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CollegeHumor Founder: Why Tech Is Essential To Make Content Go Viral [PSFK 2014]
29 may 2014
Why an investment in tools and platforms is essential for growth in new media.
Ricky Van Veen: How To Make Humorous Content Go Viral [PSFK 2014]
11 april 2014
PSFK talks to CollegeHumor's Co-founder about how being able to relate is the key to making people share your content online.
Skit Imagines What Would Happen If Google Search Was A Single Man [Video]
15 january 2014
See how strange some search engine questions sound when asked to a human being.
Drew Neisser: How CollegeHumor Gets Clicks
14 july 2013
The CEO of the popular site chats with PSFK columnist to reveal that the brand views itself as a multiplatform, multimedia studio rather than just an online hub.
10 Stories You Need To Know Today
10 july 2013
France tests fingerprint payment technology, Amazon Publishing launches Jet City Comics and CollegeHumor releases feature length film, Coffee Town.
If Alcohol Brands Had Cereal Box-Style Mascots [Pics]
31 january 2013
If whiskey or rum were packaged by the people who sell cereal – this is what their branding might look like.
Denny’s Launches A Celebrity Web Series On Popular Comedy Website
12 april 2012
American diner enlists the help of celebrities to create fun, candid videos on College Humor.com to appeal to a younger audience.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
Museum Guide Feels Like AI But Is Powered By Humans
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
This Supersonic Hair Dryer Runs Completely Silently
Hotel Brings Local Foods Directly To Your Room
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed