Continuing its apparent quest to become the first destination for online viewers seeking live content, Twitter Inc. has announced a new broadcasting partnership with online video news network Cheddar. The social media media
Published on: September 13th, 2016
Eric Emin Wood
There's something uniquely Canadian about a company celebrating its runner-up status, but the achievement announced today by Vancouver's BroadbandTV (BBTV) is undeniably impressive: its February viewership numbers fell behind only Google and Facebook,
At a time when many retailers are downsizing stores or going completely virtual, Canadian Tire is trying to weave some digital reinforcement into the foundations of its physical stores without shutting them down.
Add this to accusations of vandalism, impaired and dangerous driving, for Stratford, Ont.-born mega pop star Justin Bieber's jacket: He's the Canadian most likely to lead web surfers to a malicious site, according
Two new Toronto-area businesses are reaching out to video creators around the world and promising ways to make money, but are taking two different approaches. Rumble.com pays video creators to upload their video
When YouTube launched in 2005, it presented a slew of new possibilities for how individuals consumed their video content. Now, almost a decade later, the digital videos found on YouTube and elsewhere are