How CBS and Survivor’s Producers Handled This Week’s Outing of a Transgender Contestant

Even in its 34th season, Survivor is still capable of some jaw-dropping twists. And one of the show’s biggest came during Wednesday’s episode of Survivor: Game Changers, in which Jeff Varner, who was frantically trying to avoid being eliminated during the Tribal Council, outed fellow contestant Zeke Smith as transgender. The context around that shocking…

Here’s How to Add Multiple Accounts in the Twitter App

Do you have multiple Twitter accounts–perhaps one for personal use and another for business? Did you know you can access multiple accounts within the Twitter application and quickly switch between them? Our guide will show you how to add multiple accounts to the Twitter app. Note: These screenshots were captured in the Twitter app on…

How Often Do You Think About Your Door? This Agency Hopes to Change That

Doors. We touch them and walk through them multiple times a day, but they aren’t something we think all that much about … unless one doesn’t open properly, or worse, slams in our faces. For its client Diplomat, a door supplier, Swedish agency Det faced a challenge: How do you make people care enough about…

Facebook Keeps the Pressure on Fake News With a Purge of Fake Accounts

Facebook is keeping the pedal to the metal in its battle against fake news, announcing steps to crack down on the fake accounts that share much of this content, and running full-page informational ads in French newspapers prior to that country’s upcoming presidential election. Shabnam Shaik, a technical program manager on Facebook’s protect and care…

How an Ad Agency Got Major League Baseball to Put Spanish Accents on Its Jerseys

Some 27 percent of Major League Baseball players are Hispanic. Ironically, though, Latino sports fans don’t tend to care much about baseball, and there isn’t a clear way to recognize how culturally diverse the sport is. So, in a project that took two years to prepare, the Major League Baseball Association worked with Austin-based LatinWorks…

Here Are Some More Ninth Annual Shorty Awards Brands and Organizations Winners

The Ninth Annual Shorty Awards will be presented in a ceremony at the PlayStation Theater in New York’s Times Square April 23, and more winners in the brands and organizations categories were revealed Friday. The Shorty Awards–which “recognize individuals and organizations producing great content on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram, Vine and the rest…

The ACLU Is Writing the First Amendment in Arabic on Billboards as a Rebuke to Trump

A bold new out-of-home campaign for the American Civil Liberties Union in New York’s Times Square and Washington, D.C., aims to remind viewers that the U.S. Constitution protects every individual’s right to freedom of speech and religion–no matter what Donald Trump says. The First Amendment to that document reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting…