Reddit will let advertisers sponsor your post
If you make some hashtag viral content, Reddit will be paid to spread it around.
Facebook's Instant Articles are heading to its Messenger app
Quick-loading articles will replace some links that require a browser.
China tightens its censorship grip on foreign content
All foreign-produced content must first be approved by the government.
Facebook's Instant Articles will draw from more news outlets
Until now, only a select few publishers could use the tool.
Netflix is cracking down on proxy users
It will be harder to watch Netflix movies licensed for a country you're not actually in.
Netflix to double its original programming in 2016
Netflix is the new television.
Mozilla is removing (some) ads from Firefox
Sponsored content appearing in your virgin tab window is going the way of the dodo.
Variety: ABC is prepping exclusive content for its streaming service
ABC is reportedly planning exclusive content for its WatchABC app in a new streaming project that would also be used to test the waters for new shows.
Time's up for Snapchat's original content
That experiment was... short-lived. (AMIRITE?)