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On Friday night, MTV will be showing its 2009 Woodie Awards online, utilizing a new spherical-video platform developed by Calgary, Alberta-based Immersive Media.
Talk about wacky Wii accessories. Digital CTA Digital is set to introduce Wi-Bowl, which looks like an actual bowling bowl. And it also makes the Knockout Gloves for Wii, a boxing accessory.
A free online game for students that raises awareness of financial responsibility.
Last March, Windows Live Messenger announced a program to donate IM ad revenue to charity when members use a buzzword. Looks like it's working, at least somewhat.
Media companies claim the event, scheduled for Saturday evening and broadcast on television, the Web, mobile platforms, and in Times Square, will be "the most publicly accessible and interactive presidential candidate event in history."
The Viacom unit, in an attempt to both streamline and innovate, creates a new division to handle its Web and mobile advertising.
Democratic contender will converse with students at Coe College in Iowa, as well as viewers watching a live stream and submitting questions online.
A nerd rap site, a mobile spy game, and Flickr visualizer win mtvU grants for the best new Web applications designed by college students.
The social-network and the pop-culture brand collaborate to bring individual conversations with both Democratic and Republican candidates to the Web and cable TV.
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