The 2012 Olympics were pretty social — more so than the Super Bowl, Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes and all seven games of then World Series combined.
Was Zuck watching from London? NBC sure thought so
. Turns out it's the actor who played him in "The Social Network."
The Department of Justice has approved a marketing alliance that lets Verizon purchase $3.6 billion of spectrum
from Comcast, Cox, Time Warner and BrightHouse Networks.
Beer and stars collide. Budweiser's Made in American concert festival
will now be made into a movie by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, with Jay-Z as an executive producer.
A back-to-school shopping report says video is key to sales.
A direct result of watching an online video, four in 10 shoppers said they visited a store online or in person.
HuffPost Live launched earlier this week, and Forbes calls the effort courageous, flawed and promising
: "This isn’t Social TV as we know it, not broadcasting with a dash of social. It’s a deep integration of the two. Commenters weren’t just mentioned, they became guests. That’s courageous."