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Reunion Island Tourism: 100,000 fans and growing

Since the end of 2010, Reunion Island Tourism has been inviting travel netizens to Facebook, the world's largest social network. Today, in May 2013, 100,000 fans

Africa: Ten years on since eTN debut

This week, eTurboNews is looking back at a decade of success, having grown from strength to strength and established itself as a friend of those destinations which 10 years ago were not exactly in the

Father responds to Facebook rant by shooting daughter’s laptop in YouTube...

A father, while fixing his daughter’s laptop, inadvertently reads her Facebook post, ranting about how terrible it is that she has to do her household chores.

Korea Tourism collaborates with TV and Youtube personalities

SEOUL, South Korea - Korea Tourism Organization announced today that they are launching a global online campaign called "buzz KOREA" (www.buzz-korea.com) introducing Korean food culture to audiences a

Tourism Australia launches “Making Tracks” campaign

LOS ANGELES - The landscapes, people and experiences of Australia provide inspiration for Tourism Australia's new online marketing campaign, Making Tracks, which uses talented musicians to showcase th

Thai Tourist Police dance video is a mega-hit on YouTube

Chiang Mai - A Tourist Police troupe dancing to the Korean pop song "Sorry Sorry" by the Super Junior boy band has become a mega-hit on YouTube.

How to get through to the airline that refuses to listen?...

Halifax band Sons of Maxwell have taken their battle with United Airlines over a broken guitar to YouTube.And it seems the U.S. airline is listening.

Virgin America brings Gogo(r) Inflight Internet and YouTube Live to the...

Virgin America, the California-based airline, today announced the launch of Gogo(r) Inflight Internet, via the first air-to-ground video stream during YouTube Live -- YouTube's first official real-wor

Delta’s red-headed flight attendant a hit on YouTube in airline’s safety...

ATLANTA — Before YouTube, redheaded, blue-eyed, high-cheekboned Katherine Lee was just another beautiful flight attendant who worked for the nation's third-largest airline.