Category On Entertainment

Promoting Your Live Videos

When creating live videos on a regular basis, everyone wants to see one main result: an increase in audience. Videos that receive the same amount of viewers each week (or, worse yet, a drop in viewers) can be disappointing. Everyone loves to see their number of total viewers creeping higher and higher with each consecutive broadcast.

While an increased audience can happen organically, self-promotion increases your total number of viewers exponentially. There are many ways to promote your live videos both while live and after the broadcast ends. Take a look at the strategies below to put a positive increase on your viewership graph.

Promotion While Live

Social Media Promotion

Anytime you go live to any platform, you need to share the news on all of your social media accounts...

Read More

Harmon Warhol’s Latest Album “Stockton Renegade” Pleases With A Hint Of Nostalgia

Rapper, producer, and videographer Harmon Warhol’s latest album Stockton Renegade recently released to all major music platforms. I took some time with this Californian ball of chill energy to learn more about Stockton Renegade, its influences, and what’s next for Harmon and his company, Rebel Activity.

You can purchase a copy of Harmon Warhol’s Stockton Renegade on iTunes today!

A: First of all, congratulations on the new album! Stockton Renegade is the follow-up to 2018’s Infinity Stones. What did you aim to accomplish with Stockton Renegade that differs from Infinity Stones?
H: Thank you. I just want the new one to sound better than the last one. I made some of the songs while I made Infinity Stones...

Read More

D0min0-a-g0-g0’s New Album “End” Invokes A Reflective Experience For Listeners

Producer and rapper D0min0-a-g0-g0 released the album End on January 12th, 2019, a lo-fi and hip-hop fusion that’s been well-received since its release. I sat down with the Indiana native to learn more about End, its collaborations, and what she has planned for the rest of the year.
A: First of all, congratulations on the new album! What was your inspiration for the album, and how long did you spend working on it?
D: It started early last year as a hip-hop project. I used to rap and wanted to get back into the scene. Well, the rap idea went into a lo-fi direction, and as life stresses went on, it became my only outlet… Needless to say, the inspirations came from a dark place.
A: It’s been awhile since your last album was released? How is End different than your previous work?
Read More

Where Has Lil Tay Gone, And Why Do I Care So Much?

I’ll admit it: “Cash Me Ousside” was funny for the first two weeks of its memehood. People made all sorts of holiday-themed poems in honour of Danielle Bregoli, the foul-mouthed, 13-year-old brat from a recent episode of the Dr. Phil show.

As someone who doesn’t agree with spanking children, I felt that Danielle Bregoli needed several spankings to knock her loose of her high horse, and I loved watching her throw a tantrum at the end of the episode when she was forced to go to a behavioural camp.

Roses are red. Emos are black. Cash me ousside. Howbow dah?

But then: tragedy struck. As a now-famous Danielle continued to steal cars, do drugs, and get kicked off airplanes for fighting, someone decided to give her a record deal...

Read More

Play Pokémon (And Other GBA/GBC Games) On Your iPhone!

**Note: I am an iPhone user, so this guide will cover how to install this emulator on iOS devices. There is a way to do this on Android devices as well, but I don’t know that process. Sorry!**

If you’re like me, and most people born between 1985-1995, you grew up with a love of Pokémon. The Pokémon games were a huge part of my childhood, to the extent that I had two Game Boy Advances (thanks, Mom and Dad!), a link cable, and both games in each Gen to trade Pokémon back-and-forth with myself.

As I’ve grown older, I’ve installed emulators like Visual Boy Advance onto my computers for a fun Pokémon pick-me-up when needed, so that I don’t have to dig through my mother’s house to find my old systems (and a slew of AA batteries). But what about when I’m on the go?

No, this isn’t my scr...

Read More