new media

Analysis How Publications Like Vanity Fair Are Using Paywalls To Provide Exclusive Access

Media publications encourage subscription purchasing  by offering in-depth and inciting content behind a paywall

Online Magazine Prompts Readers To Disconnect Their Wi-Fi

The Disconnect wants to encourage focus and reduce the attention-depleting nature of the Internet

Entertainment This 'Club' Wants People To Dance In Virtual Reality

VR platform High Fidelity wants to expand the medium's social opportunities, starting with a club where avatars can dance and mingle

Gaming & Play Twitch Is Developing New Extensions To Help Streamers Monetize

Streamers can add new extensions to their channels and earn a little extra money from their viewers through Amazon sales

Advertising Peak TV & The Weirdening Ways Of Watching

In light of the fact that today marks Netflix's 20th birthday, Logan Woods discusses how the television age as we know it has hit midnight and our media diet is about to get weird

Gaming & Play Twitch Workshops Teach Streamers How To Be Better Hosts

Twitch streamers now have the opportunity to learn how to acquire more followers and build a career outside of broadcasting online

Interview PSFK 2017 Speaker Interview: How Social Good Became The New Cool For Brands

PSFK 2017 speaker and youth marketing expert Bobby Jones discusses how brands can better incorporate social causes into their messaging

Retail Amazon's Twitch Wants To Become A One-Stop Destination For Watching, Sharing, And Buying Video Games

The streaming platform recently announced that it will be including a feature to let viewers purchase games as they watch

Technology "Fake News" Used To Promote Upcoming Movie

20th Century Fox used the technique to spread information about their upcoming film, "A Cure for Wellness."

Consumer Goods 6 Tech Shifts To Spot At CES 2017

In PSFK’s CES Guide 2017, we help brands, retailers, technologists and creatives distill this year’s 3,600-exhibitor conference into a future-focused field guide, identifying the most important technology trends for the future consumer.

LIFE Magazine Relaunches In Pure VR

The general interest periodical, which ceased publication in 2000, has turned into a portal for virtual reality content

Innovation BBC Experiments With Personalized Videos That Adapt To Your Bias

Its Visual Perceptive Media research project aims to change different elements depending on the viewer

Design Innovation in Tech, Media Arts Takes Center Stage in Made In NY Event

The new NYC media arts hub celebrated its first year with a large and diverse community of creators