Teens and Social Media
More teens are creating and sharing material on the internet. 28% of online teens have blogs, up from 2004 with growth fueled almost entirely by girls. “Super communicators” rise as email fades as a tool for teens.
Writers’ strike and internet programming
As we reach the one-month mark of the Writers Guild of America strike, will audiences move to the internet for programming?
The Long Tail of Hobbies Online
Whether you’re into whiffle hurling, baton twirling or hair curling, chances are there’s someone out there who wants to help you learn.
YouTubers meeting lens to lens
There’s a lot of ongoing discussion in the internet research world about how often relationships initiated online end up evolving into offline, in-person meetings.
Will Comedians Take Stand-Up to Stand?
In what’s promising to be one of the more entertaining intellectual property court hearings to date, comedians Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart have been requested as witnesses in the Viacom vs. YouTube case.
YouTube Suit Gets Backup Band
The National Music Publisher’s Association recently joined the YouTube class action copyright infringement suit, along with the likes of Viacom and those who started the Zidane-style retaliatory headbutting in the first place (none other than the …
The YouTube Debate Debate
Despite some criticisms of the format, why are the major GOP candidates wary of the YouTube debates?
The Simpsons and their fanatic fans
Media in the age of mash-ups.
The growing adoption of broadband combined with a dramatic push by content providers to promote online video has helped to pave the way for mainstream audiences to embrace online video viewing. Fifty-seven percent of online adults have used the inter…
View a recap of Monday’s presidential debate.