A report from comScore finds that the vast majority of millennials watch TV on traditional TV sets.
Microsoft has released a new app called Skype Qik, which offers self-destructing video messages and pre-recorded GIFs.
Sold out? No worries! Thanks to the Internet, there’s a bundle of options for getting those elusive tickets.
A third-party application has claimed responsibility for the recent Snapchat leak. YouTube is opening a brand-friendly studio for creators in New York. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Snapchat’s biggest strength is the highly engaged teen audience using the service because their friends are using it. And that’s also the draw for investors.
Ello, the beta social network that declares users “not a product” has experienced explosive growth for which it wasn’t quite prepared.
The newest YouTube Space in New York will include “BrandLab,” a space for brands to mingle with creators.
A third-party application for saving disappearing snaps claimed responsibility for the recent leak, saying its servers were compromised.
Edward Snowden urges you to stay away from Dropbox, Facebook, and Google, if you’re interested in keeping your information private. Twitter CEO says employees have received threats from ISIS. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
PewDiePie, YouTube’s biggest star, is not particularly fond of MCNs and hopes to start his own network of YouTubers.