The Jersey Shore was terribly and significantly hurt by Sandy recently. In honor of helping the region that also shares the name of MTV’s hit reality mega success, the cast and network are teaming up tonight to “Restore the Shore“. The cast, who have deep ties to the region have already been back and are doing everything they can to leverage their influence in real life and on social to help bring the region back to its fullest. We interviewed MTV’s SVP of Public Affairs, Jason Rzepka about the TV special taking place tonight at 11pm Eastern. Read more
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Instagram announced Monday that it’s rolling out web profile pages for the first time which look — perhaps not surprisingly — very similar to Facebook, Instagram’s parent company. “You’ve asked for Instagram on the web and we’ve listened,” explains a blog post announcing the new feature. The roll out will take several days, but a few media companies are among the early launches, like powerhouse MTV (which is nearing one million followers):
Hurricane Sandy (otherwise known as Frankenstorm) is in full throttle. While the rain hasn’t started yet here in NYC, the winds are picking up and the streets are looking eerily empty. In July we reported on The Weather Channel’s “My Friends’ Weather”, a Facebook app that tells you which Facebook friends are affected by severe weather. There’s never been a better time to use this app and here’s how. Read more