This year more than ever, die-hard TV fans who help their favorite shows RT and favorite their way into trending topics have seen networks embrace the hunger for interaction and deliver closer connections to the programs they love.
Despite their public protestations to the contrary, it looks like Sony is working with licensing Spider-man to Disney for use in Marvel’s Captain America 3. Just not with Andrew Garfield in the spidey-suit.
The widely-rumored revelation comes from the email inbox of Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal, part of an unprecedented hack last month with new details continuing to leak out every day.
When you are launching a business, you will hear countless bits of advice and opinions. Mention that you are building a startup, and everyone (from your roommate’s boyfriend to the person you just met at the coffee shop) has some idea about how you can make millions and get acquired by Facebook
The success of any new business often hinges on getting the right advice from people who have been there before. However, not all advice is worth listening to. Much is out of date, out of context or…
The first half of The Walking Dead Season 5 went out with a literal and figurative bang Sunday night
The series saw its highest-rated midseason finale ever with its most recent episode, garnering 14.8 million total viewers and 9.6 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic, according to Nielsen figures released by AMC. Those numbers represent an increase of 23% and 24%, respectively, compared to last year
We talked digital with couple Piper Kerman and Larry Smith, who are both appearing at the upcoming Mashable Media Summit on December 5, from 2:10 – 2:40 p.m. Kerman has been lauded for the success of her memoir Orange is the New Black, which is now a hit series on Netflix. Smith has found success as the founder and editor of SMITH Magazine, and he’s also known for his Six-Word Memoir project, which is now in its eighth year.
Q: How has digital impacted storytelling for you? A: Larry: I loved…
Ever since Oreo scored a real-time marketing coup during the Super Bowl in 2013, brands have been trying to replicate that success. This year proved once again that the risks of real-time marketing are at least as great as the rewards.
Brands chimed in during the World Cup and Super Bowl, marked notable anniversaries and chased trending topics. Some like Snickers and Waffle House did so with great success. Others like Delta and JC Penney had more mixed results, to say the least.
The Dragon Age series has always been a bit of a polarizing experience for fans
When Dragon Age: Origins hit stores in back in 2009, it received praise from players and critics alike. It was an example of what BioWare does best: Creating an expansive and interesting world filled with lore rivaling established fantasy franchises like George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire or R. A. Salvatore’s Drizzt SagaDragon Age: Origins was the result of four years of hard work and the final product…