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Marissa Mayer put it in writing (or at least a press release) that she wouldn't wreck Tumblr. Here's what that'll take.
Dumenco deconstructs the culture of the global news conglomerate that billionaire Mike Bloomberg whimmed into being.
The social-news site is trying to lure advertisers with the lingua franca of its community: goofy images. How will that play for CMOs?
Viral media can hurt brands as easily as it can help them. This video is closing in on 6 million views, almost entirely achieved in less than one week.
Dumenco takes on Google Glass, 'Today,' Foursquare, 'Celebrity Apprentice,' Tribune Co., Groupon and more.
Five things everyone should know about social-news site Reddit.
An instantly iconic image from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy helped New York magazine win top honors.
Under Arianna Huffington, AOL was supposed to become a state-of-the-art media company. Has it?
Carnival is so sprawling that its well-publicized mishaps may be, from its perspective, unavoidable background noise -- just a part of the cost of doing business.
Let's examine the media-world suspects and their guilt. OK, alleged guilt.
For a remarkably long time, Apple worked brilliantly as a one-size-fits-Steve company. But things have clearly changed.
The guy who wrote the book on social TV explains what's changed since.
Tumblr just laid off four people working on its Storyboard project. Too bad it can't cash in on this suddenly famous crying kid.
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel kind of invented social TV on "Saturday Night Live."
I never have to go far to examine the TV industry's bloated, dated business model. Sometimes I can just look out the window and spot it.
Heartbroken that the Steve Jobs biopic "Jobs" got pushed back? Try this preview for Funny or Die's own take, the hour-long "iSteve" coming later this month.
A twee soundtrack, perky pitchman and jazzy typographic animations nail the aesthetic of cable-provider commercials.
The media can't get its story straight on the seemingly always-imminent internet meltdown.
Can the perks at your agency or startup compete with SocialVibe's kitten racing?
That's verbatim advice by a New York union to its members -- whose horrifying tweets have been making the cover of the New York Post lately.