Nov 9, 2012 More than 120 million Americans watch videos on YouTube every month, and yet the streaming video site is struggling to monetize that audience. YouTube videos are short -- and, often, one-hit wonders.
Sep 21, 2012 Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Homeland and Downton Abbey -- what do they all have in common? All of them are on Sundays, all of them are up for Emmys -- and none of them air on a major network.
Heidi N. Moore
Sep 12, 2012 The recent attacks on and killings of Americans in Libya over a YouTube video raises questions about the video site, freedom of speech and corporate ethics.
Sep 6, 2012 Google picked Kansas City to be the test market for its super fast Internet service. Now neighborhoods are competing with one another to see who will get the service first.
Aug 15, 2012 The comedy mogul who created "The Original Kings of Comedy" was recently one of four African Americans selected to partner with YouTube. He said his plan is to become the "better version of BET...but for the web."
Aug 15, 2012 But they do retweet them on anything else. Social media research indicates that voters might be in the mood for a broader discussion.
Aug 7, 2012 Apple has announced that Google's YouTube Application won't be included in the next version of software for the iPhone and iPad. YouTube has been a core app since the iPhone debuted in 2007.
Jul 20, 2012 Jon Stewart, Spongebob and Jersey Shore are back on for DirectTV subscribers. Viacom had blacked out Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and 16 other channels during a contract dispute. So who lost, and who won?
Jul 19, 2012 Emmy nominations are out this morning and they're full of shows from cable -- AMC's Mad Men got the most. Have the broadcast networks been replaced by cable and how do online only shows fit in?
Stacey Vanek Smith
Jul 11, 2012 Cat videos are much more than LOL clips that cubicle dwellers email to each other. In going viral, they're eating up companies' bandwidth.