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Advertising Op-Ed: Millennials Are Ushering In A New Era Of Content Creation

Storyblocks CEO TJ Leonard explores the shifting needs of digitally-savvy young creatives, who are producing more bite-sized content at faster speeds

Entertainment Adobe Prototype Improves How Immersive Content Is Edited

The Project #SonicScape prototype helps editors work with 360-degree footage and audio

Design This AI Responds To Photography Like A Human Curator

PSFK interviewed VSCO co-founder and CEO Joel Flory about the photo-sharing platform’s recent foray into artificial intelligence

Syndicated An AI-Editing War Is Taking Place On Wikipedia's Pages

Over time, the encyclopedia’s software robots can become locked in combat, undoing each other’s edits and changing links, say researchers

Technology Virtual Assistant Edits Photos With Voice Control

Adobe has created a voice-activated software to help people manage their mobile photos and post online

Entertainment Capture, Cut Up, And Configure Your World In 360 Degrees

To meet a booming 360 and VR video-capturing industry, a multimedia software company bolstered its media editing suite for 360-video creation

An App To Make You Write, Not Stop And Edit

This app wants to recreate the no-editing, typewriter experience to improve creative flow

Video Easy Editing Apps Give Smartphone Films A Professional Flair

From Fly Labs to iMovie, mobile video apps are bringing filmmaking tech to the masses

Technology Computer Mouse Doubles As A Scanner

The IRIScan Mouse lets you swipe in any direction on a document and watch text and images appear instantly on your screen.

Video Millions Using YouTube Editor To Enhance Videos [Headlines]

The site's video editing feature enables users to adjust video qualities such as stabilization, brightness and color correction.

Technology Users Edit And Polish Uploaded Videos With YouTube's New Video Editor

YouTube launches its latest video editor, with new features and tools to let users fix and edit their videos as well as those of other users.

Reporters Don't Need To Have Great Spelling [Headlines]

Virginia Heffernan of The New York Times suggests great spellers don't necessarily make the best reporters.

Advertising Wikipedia Replaces 'Like' With The Love Button

The online encyclopedia gives its users a way to send each other positive reinforcement.

Advertising Levi's L.A. Film Workshop

The free film workshop at the MOCA in L.A. puts modern filmmaking techniques and tools into the hands of aspiring artists.