Snapchat Discover, a platform that allows publishers to send video using the popular messaging service, is now live. In advance of Tuesday’s reveal, reports listed several news organizations as possible for the service, including CNN,...Show More Summary
Snapchat just announced its new 'Discovery' feature, a collaboration with media companies such as Vice, National Geographic, Yahoo News to bring news to users in the form of Snapchat Stories. Snapchat announced the new feature in a blog post today. Show More Summary
Summary: The social photo-sharing application is teaming up with some big companies to bring ads to the app. Big brands like CNN, National Geographic, and the Food Network will all feature ads on the site. Snapchat has more than 100 million users worldwide, most of whom are teens and young adults. These demographics make it particularly appealing to advertisers.
Comedy Central, Food Network, CNN, National Geographic, Vice and Warner Music Group are reportedly launch partners for messaging app’s media play Its focus on self-destructing photo and video messages has built Snapchat an audience of 100 million active users. Show More Summary
From National Geographic:Last year, beginning about Halloween, thousands of juvenile auklets started washing ashore dead from California's Farallon Islands to Haida Gwaii (also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) off central British Columbia. Show More Summary
Alice Yoo captions: Photographer Graham McGeorge won multiple awards for the photo above, including the Merit Prize for the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Contest. On his website he has more than a handful of photos that show these eastern screech owls doing what they do best, camoflauging themselves in their natural environment. McGeorge believes that […]
There's nothing I love more than a good airport documentary. National Geographic has done a great "Ultimate Airport Dubai" series, which, as the name suggests, follows operations at Dubai Airport. I loved the whole first season, andShow More Summary
Conservation photographer and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Carlton Ward, Jr., has been captivated by Florida's Everglades National Park since he was a child. So much so that he's made protecting it—and the amazing wildlife that lives there—his life's work. Here's a look at the ecological wonderland through his unique lens.
Solar Panels Floating on Water Will Power Japan's Homes; More solar power plants are being built on water, but is this such a good idea? Bryan Lufkin, January 16, 2015 (National Geographic) "…[F]loating solar structures have been announced...Show More Summary
Photo credit: National Geographic We are now 7.2 billion people in the world. We are expected to increase by 1 billion over the next 12 years and we will reach 9.1 billion by 2050, 34 percent higher than today. Nearly all this population...Show More Summary
For seven seasons, National Geographic Channel has embedded with the brave men and women of the Alaska State Troopers as they face treacherous rescue missions in below-freezing temperatures, high-speed pursuits on snowy stretches of highway
by Anna Fitzpatrick My favorite line in this National Geographic piece about how slow-moving cone snails kill fish by trapping them in a cloud of insulin, putting them in a sugar coma, and then consuming them, is this: "It looks like...Show More Summary
The staff at National Geographic Travel is continually criss-crossing the globe to uncover the best and the brightest places, but we have travel wish lists just like everyone else. Here’s where we want to go in 2015 and why.
I decided to participate in National Geographic's Genographic Project, which uses "cutting-edge genetic and computational technologies to analyze historical patterns in DNA from participants around the world to better understand our human genetic roots."I submitted a sample of my DNA. Show More Summary
Muskoka is a top tourist destination. Actually, in 2011 it was listed as the top summer trip location by National Geographic Traveler Magazine. My family cottage / Personal photo Known for its lakes, Muskoka grows in population massively every summer … read more
National Geographic Traveler editor at large Christopher Elliott is the magazine’s consumer advocate and ombudsman. Over the past 15 years he has helped countless readers fix their trips. Here’s his latest advice.
This season, the fish are larger, the competition is tougher and the top spot on the leaderboard is up for grabs once again.
Have you seen that "behind the scenes at National Geographic" photo where those guys are running from a bear? It's pretty amusing. But it's a fake. Super duper, 100 percent fake. So where did it come from? Read more...
National Geographic TV calls its witty and engaging “Brain Games” series, which airs Monday nights at 9, a “workout for the mind.” If you’re interested in a little exercise between episodes, you can go to channel.nationalgeographic.com...Show More Summary
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