In this Pro-Panel discussion they go over latest trends in new media, tips for starting a new webseries, what to do when you have built an audience, the future of online media and much more.

Just about every major event has its own iPhone app and now Lollapalooza is entering the App game for their upcoming concert in Chicago August 6-8, 2010. However, they are not just simply releasing an iPhone app for the event they have also integrated Slacker Radio into the app.

Guest post by Graeme Thickins of Tech Surf Blog At a recent Club Entrepreneur lunch in downtown Minneapolis, I had the opportunity to meet one of the cofounders of a unique startup. The name of that cofounder was Ion Skillrud, shown at right in the photo.  The name of his startup is Socurio, which is a new…continue reading.

Recently, I have had the opportunity to try out an app that is its (very) early stages called Graphic.ly. The app, clearly made for comic-book lovers and announced at CES, is intended to be an online comic-book shop with social features. The app has also been getting some good buzz in the iFanboy community. As…continue reading.

It’s that time of the year again.  Time to get any last minute shopping done for all you procrastinators out there.  Time to catch up with all the family gossip :) Then for some, at the stroke of midnight or early Christmas morning, time to open up all the presents under the tree. We here…continue reading.

We took some timeout with Amir Rahimi Senior Producer of Electronic Arts Casual Studios to talk about the video game industry and the collaboration with Hollywood.  In 2005 Electronic Arts and Steven Spielberg signed a deal in which he collaborates on 3 intellectual property video game ideas and works with Amir’s teams.  One of the…continue reading.

The video game industry and the film industry have always had some sort of relationship with each other.  Big blockbuster films ended up becoming video games but it did not usually become big blockbuster games.  What is beginning to happen is studios are hiring people like Chris Hewish, Head of Global Interactive for DreamsWorks Animation,…continue reading.

Guest Post by Erin A. Darling from The Pop Fix LA’s Twestival took place last Sunday night to a mixed crowd of techies, social butterflies and, of course, people scrambling for free drink tickets. A large crowd of Twitter users (or, Tweeple, as some like to say) converged at Level 3 at Hollywood & Highland…continue reading.

Two years ago, TechCrunch posted an article labeling Zivity as an adult content site being headed up by Silicon Valley’s Elite. Since then they’ve come to be more properly regarded  as a site that celebrates the beauty of women through power of fine-art photography. Given the fact that Zivity is about the empowerment of women,…continue reading.

TechZulu had the honor of sponsoring and attending the first TEDx Hollywood put together by Tito Melega.  If his name sounds familiar its because he is the man behind those awesome Toyota Prius commercials. They had great speakers and performers throughout the night.  One of which was Greg Cargill who spoke on the subject of…continue reading.