If you spend much of your day on social media, and want to connect with more like-minded people, this is for you. Michael Fabbri, CEO of Prollie joined Maggie and Michael on LA’s Afternoon News.
We have the information you need to help with your finances. Today on Money 101 with guest host Ron Kilgore the conversation will include: Can you really rent a chief financial officer? The ins and outs […]
The social media site Pinterest is known for its eye-appealing recipes, wedding pictures and DIY projects – and it’s also becoming a place for pinners to market themselves professionally. Listen as an expert explains how some job seekers use Pinterest.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is encouraging celebrities to tweet during the Oscars.
(AP) – Facebook Inc. says it was the target of hackers but no user information was compromised during the attack.
Today on Business Rockstars, Ken Rutkowski talks with Jay Samit, president of ooVoo – the world’s largest provider of social video chat with 50 million registered users. Samit is a leading technology pioneer with over 25 years experience in digital media.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and outside supporters of President Barack Obama are launching simultaneous social media, public outreach and fundraising campaigns tied to Tuesday’s State of the Union address.
The word is out that Facebook has redesigned the Timeline layout and launched the new look in the test market of New Zealand. Media expert Cathy Taylor talks about it with KFWB’s Maggie McKay. Click to listen.
The Library of Congress is archiving Twitter posts and has gathered over 170 billion tweets. Now, the Library is working on a plan to make those tweets available online.
This week on Money 101 on KFWB, Producer Ken Jeffries fills in for Bob McCormick. Today, Ken will tackle these topics: Wrestling for fun and fundraising. A no-holds barred interview with some neighborhood wrestlers at […]
The Federal Trade Commission released its second report on mobile apps for kids, finding “little progress” on privacy issues. Listen to an expert in online media discuss the thorny issue with KFWB’s Maggie McKay and Michael Shappee.
The Nielsen company said that one in three people using Twitter in June sent messages at some point about the content of television shows, an increase of 27 percent from only five months earlier.