Colin Kroll, Co-Founder Of HQ Trivia, Vine, Dies At 35

Adult Swim Launches First Full-Length TV Episode On Vine

Vine Shifts To A Valid Journalistic Tool

Vine is a video sharing app that allows a user to film and edit six-second clips, which loop continuously, and post them online. It was founded in June 2012 and was bought by Twitter in October the same year. It now claims 100 million people are watching Vines each month. Although it is still mainly used for visual gags and comedy, Vine is becoming an increasingly popular journalistic reporting tool.

Using The Vine App In The Newsroom

HP Transforms Vine Videos Into A TV Ad Brings Vine, Instagram To Live TV has integrated Vine and Instagram Video into its flagship Interactivity Suite (IS), a toolkit for creating the technical backbone of social TV and multiscreen engagements. Now broadcasters and advertisers that use the IS or “Sync” Ad platform will be able to push and pull user generated data from Vine and Instagram video into […]

Dunkin’, Trident Air First Vine-Created TV Ads

Dunkin’ Donuts and Trident Gum vied Monday to be the first brands to air TV spots created entirely on Vine, Twitter’s six-second social video platform.


Telemundo Looks For Vine To Bear Fruit

Telemundo will integrate Vine, the Twitter app that allows users to create short videos, into its broadcast of the Premios Tu Mundo Awards Aug. 15. The Spanish-language network will unveil the winner of one award through a Vine video, which must be 6 seconds or shorter, during the second annual show, which serves as an appreciation of Latino pop culture.


How KSDK Gets Serious Content From Vine

See how Gannett’s St. Louis NBC affiliate is using the emerging video-sharing app Vine to boost its newsgatering efforts.

Journalistic Pros & Cons Of Twitter’s Vine Tool

Twitter Buys Video Clip Company Vine

If Twitter ends up running its own video service, this should help: The messaging service has bought Vine, a video-sharing start-up.