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The “Brilliant” Strategy Behind Kim Kardashian’s Kimoji: Getting Fans to Pay and Market You All at Once

Her team won't reveal what she's making on the $1.99 app, but with more than 76 million followers on instagram and 46 million on Twitter, it's safe to say she's raking in mucho as stars like Justin…

Hold the Chauffeur! Beverly Hills Pushing for Fleets of Self-Driving Cars

"Imagine an autonomous vehicle going down Rodeo Drive," says Mayor John Mirisch, who has met with tech giants Google and Apple to drum up interest (and investment) to make his municipality the first…

Silicon Beach 25: L.A.’s Most Powerful Digital Players

THR's second ranking of the tech innovators who deal and wield influence predominantly in Hollywood.

Selena Gomez: How I Became Instagram’s Most Followed Person (Without Really Trying)

The singer-actress — with 89 million followers — doesn't have a social media consultant or a method behind her backstage pics and well-lit selfies: Instead, "I go, 'Oh, that would be great for…

Instagram’s CEO Is Counting on Selena Gomez, Kevin Hart and 500 Million More to Win Digital Media’s New Game: Video

In Menlo Park with Kevin Systrom as his billions-a-year company guns for its share (and more) of the coming $17 billion market in digital video with an unfiltered swipe at rival Snapchat and help…

15 Top Hollywood Insider Instagrams to Follow

Sure, Selena Gomez and Kevin Hart lure millions, but these stars and media leaders open a candid window on their lives inside the entertainment bubble.

Vine Star Nash Grier Signs With UTA (Exclusive)

The digital media personality, one of the leading names on the app, was previously with WME.

Top 25 Digital Stars Revealed

Don't recognize anyone in this story? Sorry, the answer is no longer, "Don't worry." Those 18-to-24-year-olds fleeing the TV and movie theaters are now interacting online (in spurts as short as six…

THR’s Top 25 Digital Stars

Yes, Hollywood, This Is Your Future

Digital Starlets 2014

Meet five women rocking the Internet, and building their own mini media empires along the way.

Get the Look, Digital Starlet Edition: Liz Cherkasova as Catherine Deneuve

Makeup artist Christina Guerra shares how she gave Late Afternoon blogger Liz Cherkasova a classic Catherine Deneuve "ice maiden" look.

Get the Look, Digital Starlet Edition: Lara Schoenhals as Marilyn Monroe

To achieve a Marilyn Monroe-inspired look for "White Girl Problems" author Lara Schoenhals aka Babe Walker, beauty genius Christina Guerra defined her eyes with cat-eye eyeliner and penciled her lips…