Hinge Created Snapchat Geofilters to ‘Crash’ 25 Weddings Across the U.S.

Hinge, the dating app, created Snapchat geofilters for singles attending weddings across the U.S.

How Wired Responded to Criticism of Its Latest Issue in Which All the Features Were Written by Men

Executive editor notes that staff is more than half women: "It seemed like a good time to honor the 'wonder women' who get the magazine out."

Brands Use Instagram Stories More Than Twice as Often as Snapchat

Research firm L2 tracked 89 brands across both platforms.

This Media Company Knows Why Your Content Doesn’t Go Viral

If your content doesn't grab people's attention, then it won't go viral according to the CEO of Brainjolt.

CBS Adds Facebook Vet David Lawenda to Bolster Its Digital Ad Sales

Longtime ad sales chief Jo Ann Ross was also promoted to chief advertising revenue officer.

Months Removed From a Brand-Safety Boycott, YouTube Is Winning Over Top Advertisers Again

The site’s top-spending marketers are running video ads again, according to new research from MediaRadar.

After a Year, Instagram Stories Is Fueling the App’s Rapid Growth

The feature turns one year old today, with more than 50% of businesses creating on the format in the past month.

Discovery Communications Is Acquiring Scripps Networks for $14 Billion, Bolstering Its Digital Offerings

It will now control 20% of ad-supported cable viewership.

Anthony Scaramucci’s Rant at a New Yorker Reporter Generated Massive Spikes in Traffic and Subscriptions

It's the most-read story of the year for the website.

Despite High Hopes, Twitter’s User Growth Fell Flat in the Second Quarter of 2017

Twitter failed to grow its user base in the second quarter even while the company said daily active users has increased.