Twitter’s Project Lightning

Twitter’s Project Lightning

Another social network to invest in news media-related initiatives is Twitter. Scheduled for launch later this year, Twitter’s much talked-about feature, Project Lightning (which might alternatively be named ‘Moments’) will allow people to follow live events through a curated stream … Continued

Google News Lab

Google News Lab

From content creation to distribution, major social networks have rolled out specialized features that are driving the future of media. One of the latest developments comes from tech giant Google, with Google News Lab – a site built with the … Continued

Heineken’s Legendary 7

Heineken’s Legendary 7

Heineken is perhaps one of the most creative brands around. Through the years, its campaigns have been consistently innovative and relevant to consumers. It also holds the reputation of being a sustainably conscious brand – as per Heineken’s sustainability report … Continued

Lucky Iron Fish

Lucky Iron Fish

Globally, anemia affects 1.62 billion people – that’s almost 25% of the human population. Usually caused by a diet lacking in iron, it’s one of the leading causes of ailments like clinical lethargy, and even leads to premature births and … Continued

LINE Stickers

LINE Stickers

Stickers have become a popular feature within social messaging apps, especially in Asia. Japan-based messaging app LINE has been leading the trend with more than 1.8 billion stickers sent a day. LINE’s innovation around stickers helps it stand out among … Continued

Facebook Instant Articles

Facebook Instant Articles

Mobile phones are the future of good stories, Facebook emphasized as it rolled out its newest feature Instant Articles. People get a lot of their news from Facebook, and the social network is responsible for significant traffic to news sites. … Continued