Michelle Castillo is a reporter for CNBC Digital, covering advertising and media. Previously, she was a digital media reporter for Adweek, and has covered media and entertainment for publications including the Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter and Time. Castillo graduated from UCLA and received her master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
The CEO bought more than 574,000 shares, bringing his total Twitter stock purchase to 1 million to date during 2017.
Fyre Festival was billed as a luxury experience, but festivalgoers say the pop-up tents and band cancellations are not what they paid for.
Its media strategy to add 18 Indian series, as well as increase local and international titles for streaming, may throw a wrench in its competitor's plans.
Groups used Facebook to share private info found in emails and to create fake accounts with false information to tarnish political figures.
Facebook is going harder after bad actors who use the platform to spread fake news and false propaganda.
Mike Tommasiello, better known as NYDoorman, quit his job to be a social media influencer at the coolest events.
The Facebook-owned company says making the sign-up process simpler helped boost the number of users.
A new Accenture survey shows only 23 percent of people around the world prefer a TV set as their go-to device to watch their favorite shows.
Unroll.Me helps manage spam and promotional emails, but it is owned by a parent company that makes money selling information on consumer loyalty.
Google's proposed ad blocker would follow ad industry standards, but whether it would block its own ads or force more creativity remains to be seen.