Taboola, which distributes content to 1 billion devices per month, is growing fast. But it faces big-name competitors and other potential threats.
Kevin Merida, editor-in-chief of the Undefeated — ESPN's focus on race and sports — said he hopes to rely on some Vine content.
The Philadelphia 76ers, the worst team in the NBA over the last three seasons, became the first to secure a jersey sponsor.
People are consuming more content without leaving Facebook, but digital media companies say they have new ways to reach them.
The startup tech publisher joins a growing stable of web video producers inside Verizon’s mobile content app.
Quickly shooting to No. 1 over the weekend, Justin Timberlake’s new release is borrowing from a recent film/song tie-in playbook.
Streaming music service Spotify said Monday it will produce new shows that take silly and sober looks at music and culture.
Many innovations that have gone into albums can be traced to the band — from 2000’s “In Rainbows” to its new release Sunday.
Soundtrack Your Brand, a Swedish data-driven startup that provides music for retail businesses, has secured a partnership with McDonald's.
The two media companies are going to start working together more closely and are even co-creating an animated series.
The digital media colossus dangled sitcoms and a fast-growing food video network in front of advertisers this week.
Industry estimates project that Drake’s new album, “Views,” could crush sales of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade.”
In an attempt to refute claims that it pays too little in royalties, YouTube asked that it be looked at as radio.
The streaming radio giant beat first-quarter expectations on robust ad sales — even though its audience isn't growing.
Starboard Value CEO Jeff Smith, who’s been demanding significant changes at Yahoo, will also join its strategic review board.
The CPM advertising metric has never worked for digital media. Amid an industry shakeup, can it be replaced before it's too late?
The music streaming service has vaulted past rivals, thanks to thirst for “Lemonade” and sadness about the Purple One’s death.
Beyoncé and her team, for all their artistic ambitions, were thinking small with “Lemonade,” and with good reason.
Prince, ever the gender-bending, boundary pushing and genre-blurring performance artist, died Thursday at 57.
The internet company, led by CEO Marissa Mayer, hit a $1 billion revenue target, but also posted negative net earnings.