Nielsen's latest State of the Media Cross Platform Report examines the concept of "just how many hours are in a day," measuring in-home streaming, in-home Internet and in-home television viewing behaviors.
Re-thinking the concept of "how many hours are in a day" almost sounds like science fiction, doesn't it? But, with time and place-based shifted viewing, we have the power to bend time and space to our will. We can watch our video content any time we choose and wherever we choose through our mobile devices (smartphones and tablets), our digital video recorders (DVR), expanded video on demand (VOD), or on live TV (or Internet).
Want Romance? Put down the vacuum cleaners fellas. It looks like mowing the lawn still is the way to go.
According to NBC's "Today Show" – it has been found that helping around the house is still what women want men to do, but it's the type of chore that counts.
Married men who spend their time doing yard work, paying bills and changing the oil have more romantic relationships than husbands who spend their time cooking, cleaning and shopping, according to a new study on the subject of housework and romance.
LOS ANGELES – "Teflon Don" rapper Rick Ross crashed his silver Rolls Royce into an apartment building after he heard gunfire along a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., street Monday morning, police said.
"The driver of the Rolls Royce attempted to drive away from the direction of the shots being fired and lost control of the vehicle, striking a nearby apartment building," Fort Lauderdale Police Det. DeAnna Garcia said.
Ross and a female passenger were not hurt by the wreck or the gunshots, Garcia said.
The Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project will host the 16th Annual Wall Street Economic Summit in New York City this Wednesday through Friday. This year's summit – "Wall Street to Main Street" – focuses on access to capital, career development and labor. In this interview, the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and The Wall Street Project, talks about the Annual Economic Summit.
Kam Williams: Hi Rev. Jackson, thanks for the interview.
Rev. Jesse Jackson: Thank you, Kam.
President Barack Obama said Hillary Clinton will go down "as one of the finest secretaries of state" as he sat next to her in their first joint interview Sunday night on CBS's "60 Minutes."
"The main thing is I just wanted to have a chance to publicly say 'thank you,'" he said when asked why he wanted to do the interview with his former political foe.
"It has been a great collaboration over the last four years," he continued. "I'm going to miss her, wish she was sticking around, but she has logged in so many miles I can't begrudge her wanting to take it easy for a little bit."
The NAACP's New York State chapter surprised some in the health community last week when the group filed a joint petition to block New York City's upcoming soda ban.
In partnership with the Latino Federation, American Beverage Association, New York Korean-American Grocers Association and the Association of Theater Owners of New York State, the civil rights organization filed a petition arguing that banning sugary drinks in New York City will negatively affect minority small-business owners.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Just when things were looking up for journalist Kevin Weston – he had just been offered a prestigious Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University and he and his partner, Lateefah Simon, had less than a year earlier become parents of a baby girl – he was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of blood cancer.
That was last August. The disease had compromised his immune system and became compounded by an infection to his throat.
Doctors gave Weston, 44, two weeks to live.