Leaked from today's rundown: our guest is Ella Morton, former editor at CNET currently working on a book with Atlas Obscura. We'll discuss her visit to Sesame Street, RecordSetter.com, burlesque, and more!
With money from a $30 million funding round, the Cheezburger Network last Monday closed a reported low-seven-figure deal to buy one of the leaders in Internet meme etymology.
The most fiesty of red-headed CNET TV hostesses has landed one of two roles as anchor on the daily video podcast Rocketboom. We chatted to her about the new position
Many political campaign ads now toe the line between actually trying to win an election and simply trying to get famous. Which is which, and which works?
YouTube is taking another step towards replacing your telly with a two-day trial of live video, including Rocketboom and Tony Hawk.
It's been talked about for years now, but now YouTube is actually testing a live-streaming platform with sites including Rocketboom and Young Hollywood.
Former host of Rocketboom is back doing video blogging after failing to make the jump from quirky video blog to mainstream media.
Rocketboom creator Andrew Baron eschewed the norm by going for a distribution deal rather than raising venture capital, which he says hasn't helped video start-ups anyway.
Did Amanda Congdon really get fired? And if so, where will she end up? And in other news, the Internets is confusing.
After going back and forth about whether to sell the account, Andrew Baron decides, finally, not to.