This Is How Most Of The World Uses Twitter

Blah blah blah, Twitter has 316 million users or whatever and they’re not growing. Can it grow? Will it grow? Yes, there are a lot of questions that Twitter has to start answering if it wants to

ESPN Sues Verizon Over Its TV Packages Aimed At Cord Cutters

Verizon has apparently hit a snag with regard to its efforts aimed at cord cutters. The cable TV provider recently introduced a way to purchase TV channel packages via à la carte bundles. But today,

Fanbase Co-Founders Discuss Their Pivot To Nextdoor

In a video from Greylock Partners (from their new greymatter series), Fanbase co-founders Nirav Tolia and Sarah Leary discuss their decision to close their site and launch Nextdoor.

ESPN Launches A Big Redesign For Its Web Versions

Tomorrow, ESPN is launching a major redesign to an experience that has basically gone unchanged since its previous redesign in 2009. The company has rebuilt its web experience: instead of having tw

As ESPN Comes To The iPad, It Drops The SportsCenter Brand From Its Mobile Apps

ESPN fans will be happy to learn that today the "worldwide leader in sports" is introducing the first version of its mobile news app that will work on iPad, unifying the reading experience across desk

Disney, A Mobile Company

In the central corridor of the animation building at Disney Studios there is a gold-leafed cupola hovering directly over a marble inlay of Steamboat Willie, the movie considered to be the debut of Mic

WatchESPN Apps Get Chromecast Support, Watch ABC And Watch Disney Coming Soon

Over the years, sports giant ESPN has been expanding the number of screens and devices that viewers can watch its content on. Now it's adding another: Starting today, the cable network is making its W

ESPN’s SportsCenter App Combines News And Highlights With New Personalization Features

Global sports heavyweight ESPN has launched a new app that it hopes will satisfy all the needs of its biggest fans. The new SportsCenter app, launched today, is a reimagining of its old ScoreCenter ap

Fanatix Partners With ESPN To Launch Social Mobile App For Cricket Fans

Biz dev deals don't always bowl over readers, but in startup land they often point to good execution. <a target="_blank" href="">Fanatix</a>, the UK startup that offers a mobile-firs

Roku Gets New Live Video Programming With WatchESPN And WATCH Disney Channels

Streaming set-top box maker <a target="_blank" href="">Roku</a> has just lined up some more live programming from a couple of cable networks. Today the company is announcing availab

ESPN Launches A New WatchESPN App For Android, With Monday Night Football And On-Demand Clips

ESPN's WatchESPN app has been wildly popular on every new device that it's launched on. But until recently, you had to log in as a cable subscriber to be able to actually "watch" ESPN on the app. Now

Microsoft Brings New ESPN And NFL Experiences To Xbox One

When Microsoft’s next-generation video game console launches in the fall, it wants to provide users with plenty of reasons to buy one. And what better reason is there than sports? With that in mind,

Hands On With The Seven Best Fantasy Football Sites And Apps

With the NFL season just a week away, fans are poring over stats, trash talking their friends, and gearing up for the real season: fantasy football. Here are the coolest and most useful places to play

ESPN’s WatchESPN iPad App Adds A Live Toolbar With Scores, Stats, And On-Demand Clips

ESPN has added a few new features to its app for streaming live video on the iPad. The company's WatchESPN app now has what it's calling a "live toolbar" which will provide complementary info while vi

Nate Silver Is Leaving The New York Times For ESPN

Nate Silver, the statistician who rose to national prominence for his scarily accurate predictions of the 2008 and 2012 U.S. presidential elections, is leaving The New York Times for ESPN. Silver wil

Ooyala Adds Twitter Integration, Signs Up ESPN As First Client To Embed Videos In Tweets

Video distribution platform Ooyala wants to make videos available wherever users may be. That means enabling its customers to distribute their content onto all sorts of mobile phones and tablets and c

Ahead Of Bowl Season, ESPN Teams Up With Twitter To Provide College Football Video Highlights In Stream

As second, third and fourth screens become increasingly popular among sports fans, Twitter has been among those platforms to see a significant increase in sports-related chatter. Social media and Twit

Digital Sports Report: Perform Overtakes ESPN In Online Video Viewership, Reaching 24.5M Uniques In November

Sports is in the process of becoming the next big market to be transformed by the digital revolution, as fans are increasingly turning to mobile devices and second, third and fourth screens to consume

WatchESPN Finally Comes To Xbox

Today, <a target="_blank" href="">ESPN announced that</a> it is bringing live programmin

ESPN Goes Realtime, Turns Its Content Firehose Into A Streaming Reader

Oh, it's on. Over the last year or so, ESPN has been experimenting with better ways to present and distribute its content on the Web and on mobile. Essentially, they realized (or at least I hope they
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