Source: Latino Review
Fullscreen is giving fans of popular YouTube and Vine creators, including JennXPenn and Connor Franta, the chance to get up close and personal with their digital idols via InTour, the multichannel network company’s first in-person interactive social festival. The Sept. 13 all-day fest at the Pasadena Convention Center will include live performances, social-media interaction, ...
Full article at: Latino Review
Jul 18 2014, 8:25am CDT
Fullscreen is giving fans of popular YouTube and Vine creators, including JennXPenn, the chance to get up close and personal with their digital idols via InTour, the multichannel network company’s first in-person interactive social festival. The Sept. 13 all-day fest at the Pasadena Convention Center will include live performances, social-media interaction, music, gam ...
Full article at: variety
Jul 18 2014, 8:09am CDT
Source: 7x7 Magazine
While wineries have always been the biggest attraction in Napa, cycling in the valley and the surrounding mountains has gained traction as a choice destination activity in its own right. Whether it be a day trip for locals cyclists or a week-long organized tour, here's how to cycle the winery circuit. What's In Store
This ride gives you a little bit of everything: vineyards, sweeping valley views, challenging climbs, and the opportunity to reward yourself with post-ride indulgence ...
Full article at: 7x7 Magazine
Jul 3 2014, 3:30pm CDT
As if we needed another way to measure the popularity of our cat, baby and selfie videos, Vine has created a counter that enables users to monitor how many times people watch one of their videos. Think of "Loop Count" as an addition to the endless stream of content validation features on social media, such as "Likes," "Favorites" and "Views." Vine users will be able to determine how many "loops" a video has received based on the numb ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
Jul 1 2014, 12:59pm CDT
Did you see Holland’s Robin van Persie fly through the air like Superman during the opening match of the World Cup? It was incredible, maybe even superhero amazing. Check it out if you missed it:
The notion that athletes are heroic is nothing new. Now, Major League Soccer has brought that idea to life in a new lo-fi, high-tech digital campaign for the World Cup.
Pro athletes are the closest thing we have to superhero ...
Full article at: Digiday
Jun 20 2014, 7:01am CDT
Using social media to build a stronger bond with TV and other entertainment audiences is already working, but Hollywood needs to do a lot more with it, Ryan Seacrest, said at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. “I believe that the dialogue [with audiences] needs to live on, not just during the broadcast,” said the man with 12 million Twitter followers and a bewildering array of TV and radio sh ...
Full article at: Deadline
May 28 2014, 7:56pm CDT