Jenna Marbles, YouTube channel proprietress and goofball extraordinaire with almost 10 million followers on the video site, does not want her own TV show. The self-taught comedy video blogger, whose…
What began about a year ago as an ultra-fast gigabit-speed fiber broadband network isolated in a single market is expanding faster than most expected.
Indignation won't stop this, any more than raging at a tsunami of cameras will make them vanish. Before rushing to legislate, let's try looking beyond momentary crises and consider the world 10 years…
Our first choice for Deep Focus was a no-brainer: Google. It's hard to think of any company more influential in the entertainment industry — and just about every other industry that uses a…
When Google Glass debuts next year, the way we tell stories and watch others tell them may start to change in significant ways. And not just for the people who upload their life moments onto YouTube.
Glass is a new form of digital narcissism that drags in unknowing bystanders. It shrinks the private sphere and makes the public realm even more public.
YouTube, which has built an Internet video empire based on free, ad-supported content, has not signed up many paying customers for the 50-odd subscription channels since they launched more than two…
With more and more online distributors getting into the market, some of YouTube's longest-standing content providers are getting restless.
Google may be gearing up an Internet-based attack on traditional pay TV providers — potentially marking another tech-industry challenger trying to crack into the mature sector with a next-generation…
In Washington, among many content creators, it seems Google-bashing is second only to marveling at the search giant — namely the way it has expanded its reach via influence and lobbying.