Washington, DC (March 16, 2015) — The PBS NewsHour, co-anchored by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, continues to see impressive gains, both in terms of broadcast viewers and online visitors. In February 2014, NewsHour relaunched its website, and in the … Continue reading
Social media, email and bank accounts often remain active even after their owner dies, meaning valuable information can become vulnerable — especially when estate managers can’t access these accounts. While digital estate planning has its own set of complications, the drive to increase awareness for social media users of all ages has led to legislative action. And now, Facebook has introduced its own solution to the problem. Hari Sreenivasan reports. Continue reading
Saturday, March 14, is a special holiday for math-lovers. Known as Pi Day, a holiday meant to celebrate the mathematical constant pi. This irrational number is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its radius, and it starts with 3.1415926535897…the numbers continue at random into infinity.
The dress seen ‘round the world last week has made a reappearance in a new Salvation Army campaign in South Africa.
Facebook, the site where members carefully curate memories of life’s most important milestones, announced Thursday it will allow users to put their online affairs in order and decide what happens to their profiles once their status can no longer be … Continue reading
Do you remember where you were during key moments of Sunday’s Super Bowl? If the answer was on Twitter, then you were not alone. Continue reading
With the advent of new media, journalists have the opportunity to communicate more directly with their audiences. Is traditional media taking advantage of this opportunity? Where do traditional journalism and initiatives like #YouTubeAsksObama overlap and what different needs do they fill? Continue reading