When CNET launched its video-on-demand service a few months ago it said it also planned to offer the content on its Web site. That happens this week in the form of downloadable content to supply videos to “consumers while they are on the go,” a statement said. CNET also said it added Verizon as a distribution partner for its on-demand content.
YouTube is said to be preparing new non-video features that will allow content creators to interact with their viewers through photos, text posts, links and polls.
Few digital terms are as dirty as clickbait. It's the scourge of the web, and Facebook recently announced a News Feed update aimed at reducing the prevalence of clickbait headlines on its service.
The website of National Public Radio (NPR), npr.org, receives upwards of 30 million unique visitors each month, but as of next Tuesday, ... read more