Code/Media Conference


  • Chris Cox

    A year ago Facebook bought Oculus, virtual-reality headset maker, but FB's plans for VR may involve content produced by its own users.

  • People actually like ads: Pinterest head of partnerships

    Joanne Bradford, Pinterest, discusses the company's new ad product, which lets people advertise products and services they want. With CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Ev Williams: Twitter's Costolo doing great job

    Twitter's co-founder Evan Williams says Dick Costolo is doing a great job and commented on Twitter's volatile stock price.

  • The future of news

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how companies like Facebook and New York Times are using technology to change the way content is consumed.

  • Mark Thompson, CEO, The New York Times

    Speaking at the Code/Media conference, NYT CEO Mark Thompson dismissed questions about brain drain and the flight of top talent from the Gray Lady.

  • Re/code’s Peter Kafka talks with screenwriter John August and Ze Frank, president of BuzzFeed Motion Pictures, onstage at Code/Media.

    An early Web video pioneer and the screenwriter known for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” came together on the Code/Media stage Tuesday.

  • Facebook's 'virtual reality'

    Chris Cox, Chief Product Officer of Facebook, explained why its Oculus Rift acquisition will be a game changer for the company. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from Code Media in Dana Point, California.

  • Nick Denton

    Nick Denton's plan for Gawker Media includes viral videos, stunts, listicles for 2015, along with the introduction of a mobile app.

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