Brands snap up Viacom's Twitter video-ad slots for the "MTV Video Music Awards," and the media giant starts prepping more for Comedy Central's roast of actor James Franco and more than 30 other programs.
Cast as a man of many talents, the actor works to persuade potential customers that Samsung's new device also comes with varied features and capabilities.
James Franco, co-host of Academy Awards show, posts video and photos throughout the event.
One reporter's shot at creating a Net meme on behalf of a publication she doesn't even write for--and her advice for said pub in the future.
Yet another offering for Amazon Prime Instant Video customers, the deal lets them access movies from A24 such as "Spring Breakers" and "The Bling Ring."
A smart ad on a Stockholm subway platform use the Raspberry Pi microcomputer to combine tech and creativity for an astounding effect.
We usually stay clear of celebrity gossip, but hearing about James Franco getting caught inviting a 17 year old to his hotel room on Instagram is too oily to ignore. We'll also tell you about the genius marketing strategy of Wu-Tang's next album and why it's well worth 5$ million, the reason you should steer clear of Harvard's library, and what it looks like to physically enter someone else's social media feed.
BiteLabs insists it is growing meat from celebrity tissue samples. Oh, of course Kanye is one of them. It seems hard to swallow.
It's a "Star Wars" trifecta with a new lightsaber-filled video from Skrillex, a rumor about where "Star Wars VII" will start filming, and an awesome featurette about the coolest weapon ever.
Through the magic of special effects, a dad turns his son into “Action Movie Kid” in a series of YouTube videos that show what happens when a kid’s imagination meets a grown-up’s.