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Madonna has sworn off magazine covers and morning-show concerts to promote MDNA, her new album that was officially released by Interscope Records today. Instead, she's turning to social media. The Wall Street Journal's @katierosman has the inside scoop, and got a glimpse into Facebook's New York City office. Click through to read her story: http://on.wsj.com/GRDiBZ


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Madonna promoted her new album, MDNA, with a social-media only push. Her biggest event was a live chat with Jimmy Fallon that was broadcast on her Facebook page. We were at Facebook's NY office to witness the interview. Click through for our WSJ story. (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris for Getty Images, provided by Facebook.)

Madonna signed "the Wall" at Facebook's New York office. She was there to do a live chat with JImmy Fallon. Click through to read our WSJ story about Madonna's embrace of social media. (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris for Getty Images, provided by Facebook.)

When you are reporting on Madonna, sparkly pens are a must. Click through to read our WSJ story on how Madonna is finally embracing social media.

A pinboard (of sorts) at Facebook's New York office. We were there when Madonna did a live chat with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new album. Click through to read our WSJ story.

At Facebook's NYC office, employees are urged to proceed and be bold. We visited the office to report on Madonna's embrace of social media. Click through to read about Miz M and Jimmy Fallon's live Facebook chat.

The conference rooms at Facebook's NYC office have pop-culturey names. We were there to report on Madonna's embrace of social media. Click through to read our story.

Jimmy Fallon's production staff prepared for the live-stream interview he conducted with Madonna at Facebook's NYC office to promote her new album, MDNA.

The Facebook Wall, at the company's NYC office. We were there to report on Madonna's embrace of social media.

  • Lindsey Tramuta
    Lindsey Tramuta

    so cool.

The Wall Street Journal makes its mark, at the Facebook office in NYC where we watched Madonna and JImmy Fallon live-chat. Click through for our story.