Presidential politics dominated the buzz on Facebook over two weeks that featured political conventions, a major hurricane, the start of the National Football League season, and key events from the world of pop culture.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) will present a Special Recognition Award to Facebook at its 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, to be held June 2 at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco.
Religious pages continue their stronghold on our countdown with a number of familiar options. Popular musicians offer the closest interactive competition to the ongoing leading trend.
Jesus Daily holds on tightly as Facebook’s unrelenting interactive leader.
Yesterday’s Casey Anthony verdict has made a noticeable appearance on our most explosive pages list.
A page devoted to Marvin Gaye leads today’s list of the most explosive pages on Facebook.
President Bill Clinton announced that MTV and the College Board, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will develop a first of its kind Facebook tool to help students find money for college.
Earlier this week an episode of MTV Diaries focused exclusively on Facebook, the company. In addition to providing insight about the company, the show’s one of the best recruiting promotions I’ve ever seen.
Unlike most other specials centering around the social network, MTV’s 30-minute documentary will focus on how two young employees are helping shape Facebook’s technological and social impact.