Many Snapchat users were surprised over the weekend when they updated the app and experienced the platform's biggest changes yet.
It started with a touchdown pass and turned into hundreds of thousands of dollars for charity. What happened between the two events was magic.
Peter Hamby, head of news at Snapchat, recently spoke to a media class at the University of Cincinnati. Here are our key takeaways.
'Tis the season for a few holiday advertising tips.
Rogue social media mistakes are not unheard of, and they are, unfortunately, the sort of crises that can happen in a split second of carelessness and can take years to recover from.
Whether or not you think Wendy’s chicken nuggets are the best thing since sliced bread (they are), you have to admit that they have Twitter down.
We all know the old saying, no publicity is bad publicity. In this case, the new mascot isn’t hurting anyone. Denny’s isn’t firing anybody’s wife or defending abusive treatment of customers.
If a law enforcement agency exists, can they still have a personality on Twitter? Turns out, at least for a Kansas town with a population of 95,000, the answer is yes.
With Father’s Day this weekend past weekend, dads are on everybody’s mind. One dad in particular has been stirring the pot in the sports media world for the last few months: former NFL player LaVar Ball.
Instagram Stories are becoming the new “news feed,” and brands are using the slideshow of videos and photos to give their customers a taste of the people and personalities behind their products.