All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Twitter’

Bell Fund Partners with MIPTV 2016 as Exclusive Official Chair for Digital Talks

Four Conference Sessions to Feature Digital Advances and Experts Toronto, Cannes, March 31, 2016 – Digital entertainment advances take centre stage this year at MIPTV the world’s content market, held annually in Cannes. From April 4-7, 2016, media moguls and

The Equivalent of a $5 Million Super Bowl Ad in Digital Media

By: Shareen Pathak Every year, marketing pundit-types ask themselves the question: “Is the Super Bowl worth it?” And when the price tag is $5 million for 30-seconds of airtime, it’s a pretty good question — especially when you begin wondering what you

The Future of Digital Entertainment is Social Network Television

By Julian Mitchell for Forbes It should be no secret that short-form video is dominating the digital media space. From branded entertainment programs, to video-driven social apps – visual storytelling runs the world right now. For a mobile generation of millennials

Twitter Aims To Hook TV Viewers With Radical New Mobile Service

Twitter’s TV Timeline lets viewers focus on one show while second-screening TV-friendly social network Twitter is testing a new Social TV service on iPhones which provides users with content and interaction about only one TV show at a time. The

Snapchat CEO Discusses Online News and More at Recent Fireside Chat

By Maya Kosoff for Business Insider Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel talked about his company at a fireside chat at the University of Southern California on Wednesday. In addition to discussing why his company wants to get into music, Spiegel talked about how other

Internet IPOs: Where Are They Now?

By Rob Rawson for Just last month, Twitter raised 1.8 billion on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to become the second largest Internet IPO of all time after Facebook, overtaking global giants like Google, Yandex and Zynga. The online

FanTrust Client Bitten Takes New York Comic Con — Gains Super Loyal FanBase

Join the Cast of BITTEN as they take the stage, meet their Fans and discuss all the exciting revelations to come in the next season airing on Syfy. Panelists include Stars Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, Ted), Greyston Holt (Once Upon a

Survey Finds Twitter Influences Moviegoer Habits

By Marc Graser for Variety There’s a reason there’s so much chatter from Hollywood about Twitter: it sells tickets. According to a new study by Nielsen, 87% of Twitter users said their most recent decision to see a film in the theater

Publicists Feel Increased Need to Manage Star Client’s Social Media Activities

By Randee Dawn for Variety It’s not always easy to know the exact moment when your job shifts gears, but Prime co-founder and partner Joy Fehily is pretty sure she has a good idea: It was a few years ago,

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