Social media

Young people most likely to believe misinformation about the pandemic: Study

A new study finds that young adults under 25 are most likely to believe false claims about the coronavirus pandemic. Researchers say the misinformation is likely to reach them through social media.
Read More

Woman's Tweet Saves Father's Food Truck After Selling Only $6 Worth of Tacos

One woman turned to social media after her father’s food truck only made $6 on what should have been a busy Saturday. Find out how her viral plea led to a boom in business on RADIO.COM.
Read More

Experts Warn About ‘Benadryl Challenge’ Spreading on TikTok

It’s another dangerous attempt for kids to have their posts seen and shared on social media. The ‘Benadryl Challenge’ is among the latest stunts to catch fire on the popular platform TikTok.
Read More

Instagram Announces New Feature to Rival TikTok

Instagram’s TikTok competitor is coming to the United States in August. Instagram, the social media app owned by Facebook, plans to launch the platform in the U.S. and more than 50 countries, reported NBC News.
Read More

Study Claims Instagram Prioritizes 'Sexy Selfies' in Your News Feed

If you’re not getting as much traction on your Instagram page as you would like, you may need to spice it up a bit. A study finds that the platform is prioritizing ‘sexy selfies’ in your news feed.
Read More

The #TinyFaceChallenge Is the Latest Quarantine Trend

Those who are skilled in the makeup world are taking to social media with the latest quarantine trend called the #TinyFace challenge. See the hilarious results.
Read More

Man Parked Car in Kitchen So Hurricane Wouldn't Blow It Away

Jacksonville native Patrick Eldridge was worried that Hurricane Dorian would blow his car clean away. With the garage already taken by his wife's car, Eldridge did the most logical thing , and moved his smart car to the safest location he could think of - his kitchen. His wife Jessica posted images...
Read More

Social Media Affects Boys' and Girls' Mental Health Differently

It’s no secret that social media can have poor effects on our mental health, but a recent study shows that the effects could be different for girls compared to the effects on boys. The Longitudinal Study of Young People in England aimed to determine the negative effects of social media on younger...
Read More

Why Kanye West Deleted All His Trump Tweets

Back on December 13, 2016, Kanye West met with then President-elect Trump. He defended his meeting to many on Twitter, but for some reason just deleted all those tweets. Why would he do that? There are still numerous records on the internet showing that it happened. It might be because he produced...
Read More

VIDEO: NFL Stars Read Mean Tweets

Just in time for Super Bowl LI, Jimmy Kimmel has recruited some of the NFL's biggest stars to read mean tweets. Their pain is your pleasure. -Mike Draup Photo: USA Today
Read More

Pages