Great, looks like there is a "new" trend on social media. It's not funny and it's very concerning for any parent or family member with a teenager. The game is called 'The 48 Hour Challenge" where teens are encouraged to 'go missing' for 48 hours.
I've been in radio for a while, close to 30 years. One of my favorite things to do on the air is to wish friends and listeners a Happy Birthday, but with social media it's getting a little complicated and awkward. Why? Because some people on Facebook have passed away. I've seen people wishing others on Facebook a Happy Birthday when the person has died.
Dog people have more friends than cat people? That's what a new Facebook study says. The study used "object recognition technology" to look at 160,000 random profiles and their data including pictures and "likes" posted on Facebook.
How many times do you see great videos on your Facebook news feed and think to yourself, "How can I save that video to watch later?" Well, you can. There's a little trick that you may not know about on Facebook.
Are you on Twitter? Do you Tweet a lot? I have to admit I'm not that well versed on the Twitter thing, but I'm getting there. Think baby steps. Thanks to Twitter I found something kinda funny about our town from others on Twitter.
It's been 19 years since Garth Brooks played a concert in Shreveport/Bossier and now that he's coming you need a place to win your tickets, right? This is it. Your opportunity to see him in concert on Saturday, July 30, at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, LA for the 7PM show is right here.