Devoted fans of HBO shows like “Six Feet Under” and “True Blood” have reason to celebrate today: Amazon and HBO just announced a licensing agreement that will give access to select HBO content to Prime subscribers. Starting on May 21, popular older shows and movies, as well as select current content, will be available to members of [...]

Spring has officially sprung and for most areas around the country, agreeable weather will greet us this Easter weekend. That means lots of egg hunts, picnics, brunches and parties for people of all ages. Regardless of how your customers celebrate the holiday, many of them will be using social media throughout the weekend—and that offers [...]

There’s a reason that “Don’t read the comments” is such a common mantra around the Internet: it’s because comments sections of blogs and other websites have become breeding grounds for dazzling nastiness, spam and off-topic distractions. It’s become common for publishers to close their comments sections or to leave them off completely—new media site Vox, [...]

Poor CNN. The venerable news network has taken a beating in the past few years, with small slipups and deliberate boondoggles that have tarnished its brand. From the embarrassment of its poop cruise obsession to an anchor’s sci-fi solution to the disappearance of flight MH370, the network has been looking for a way to recapture its good name and [...]

Online TV fandom came together to mourn when it was announced that NBCUniversal (NBCU) would be shutting down its recap site (TWoP) on April 4th. Founded in the late 1990s and bought by Bravo in 2007, TWoP helped shape the way audiences watch TV and share their thoughts and insights online; the site’s recap format may [...]