Yahoo Mail users are beginning to leave the service due to an outage that has kept many from accessing their emails this week. The mass migration comes about a month after the man in charge of the service reportedly joked last month that users would need to be kicked hard in a certain body part befo
‘Saturday Night Live’ held an audition for female black comedians in L.A.
Saturday Night Live is looking for new talent, and the show has clearly listened to recent criticism. EW has confirmed
IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang! is pulling out all the stops with its Christmas episode (Dec. 20, 10 p.m.), and that
FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion
US wireless carriers must adhere to a strict cellphone unlocking policy, following a ruling from the Federal Communications Commision on Thursday. All major carriers in the US have signed on board with the policy, and the agreement will ensure customers...
Facebook-owned Instagram sits at 150 million users and looks to create the ultimate multimedia experience on mobile, borrowing from other services in the process. When Vine came on the scene in spring 2013, Instagram was quick to add videos too. Now...
There's a new version of Google+ for Android, and it brings a host of new features and holiday fun. The first new addition is a feature that actually rolled out to Google+ for desktop last week, and that is the #AutoAwesome snow animation. Just open...
Nokia wants you to stop being so lazy, so it has introduced a new app in beta, called Motion Monitor, that will analyse your sedentary lifestyle. But it's not just for sloths. Motion Monitor runs in the background of your smartphone and tracks your physical...
Mag Bag: 'Allrecipes' To Raise Rate Base
'Allrecipes' is off to a running start. Just a month after launching the magazine as a print extension of the popular food Web site, Meredith Corp. announced it will raise the rate base for Allrecipes
from 500,000 to 650,000, effective with the April 2014 issue.
DirecTV is expecting its advertising sales to grow quickly over the next three to four years -- specifically due to rapidly expanding addressable advertising efforts. Its CRO estimates business will
grow 30% to 40% in the next few years.
ABC's "Good Morning America" continues its winning ways in the a.m. through the first 11 weeks of the season. Season-to-date, ABC's morning show has been averaging a Nielsen 5.7 million viewers and
2.14 million 25-54 viewers, higher than NBC's "Today," at 5.0 million and 2.07 million 25-54 viewers.