Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles executive producer Ciro Nieli and original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman visited Spain last month to attend FICOMIC, Barcelona’s International Comic Fair 2013!
Yesterday we unveiled findings from “When Networks Network: TV Gets Social,” our multi-country research on the interplay between TV and social media, and a look at not just how but why our viewers engage in TV-related activities on social media. The study uncovered three chief types of motivations behind TV-related social media activities: functional (getting [...]
Bo Burnham is gonna be famous – more famous, that is. The 22-year-old Internet phenom, who achieved success in the comedy world after videos of his off-color songs went viral on YouTube, stars in MTV’s latest scripted comedy, Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous, which airs every Thursday at 10:30 p.m. ET on MTV. Ahead of tonight’s episode, we sat down with co-writer and executive producer Dan Lagana to hear more about the astutely funny mocumentary and the rungs Bo’s character, Zach Stone, climbs toward fame, on a ladder which Lagana says “really runs straight to space.” Hilarity ensues.
A giant spaceship has landed in Nashville and finally opened its doors this week. And it’s breathtaking in its immensity and breadth and most of all in its promise. Nashville’s new Music City Center may as well be called Starship Nashville or even Starship Music City for its grandeur and unlimited potential. Read More
Like all young people today, Hispanic adult Millennials have a reputation among older adults as being digital addicts. Boomers and Xers themselves tend toward extremes, and so they often perceive Millennials’ use of tech devices as excessive. But do young people see it that way? Read More
Dating isn’t getting any easier. Luckily, MTV is helping us tackle the snags, ambiguity and awkwardness we encounter in everyday relationships with the help of author and relationship expert Tionna Smalls. This Brooklyn native turned relationship guru will provide honest advice and makeovers in her new series “Girl, Get Your Mind Right” which premieres tonight – May 20th at 6pm ET.
Housing Works raised a record $1.1 million at its 9th Annual Design on a Dime event – a three day décor sale event to benefit a housing expansion program for people living with HIV/AIDS in New York City. Through advocacy and action, Housing Works battles the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS providing lifesaving services and entrepreneurial businesses to sustain these efforts.