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  • Sports Media Brands Record Big Rise In TikTok Followers
    Between January and February, the average sports media outlet saw its TikTok following swell by about 400,000 users, the analytics firm found, reports Conviva. ...
  • The Rise of Narrated Articles
    Nieman Reports considers the rise of publishers offering narrated versions of articles through digital channels. ...
  • Supreme Court Won't Hear Apple Patent Case
    The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear the case between Apple and patent licensing firm VirnetX, Reuters reports. ...
  • Netflix Adds Daily Popularity Rankings
    Netflix just debuted a new feature that will show its top 10 most popular programs and movies over the past 24 hours. ...
  • Amazon Launches First 'Go Grocery'
    Amazon is bringing its "Go" brand to the grocery store business, GeekWire reports. ...
  • GroupM: DTC Sector Growth Is Slowing
    After studying an assortment of larger DTC businesses, GroupM estimates the market experienced 22% growth in 2019, which was down from 32% growth in 2018 and 41% growth n 2 ...
  • Twitter Tests Feature To Correct Fake Information
    Under the headline "Harmfully Misleading," the box includes the following warning: "Twitter Community reports have identified this tweet as violating the Community Policy on Harmfully Misleading Information. This tweet's visibility ...
  • Twitter Introduces Continue Thread Button
    This makes it easier for users and their followers to put new comments into the proper context, as well as understand their connection to older tweets. Tweeters can now return ...
  • Health Startup Maven Raises $45M
    Bloomberg News takes a closer look at Maven Clinic Co. -- a telehealth startup that just raised $45 million from Icon Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and other investors. ...
  • Congress Has Concerns About Amazon And Ring
    Congress has questions for Amazon, its smart doorbell unit, Ring, and the unit's partnerships with police departments around the country, CNet reports. ...
  • Why Did Saudi Arabia Hack Twitter?
    Buzzfeed News looks into the FBI's case against two former Twitter employees who are accused of accessing the personal information of thousands of users at the behest of the Saudi ...
  • Google Shows Off Android 11
    Showing consumers and developers what to expect from its next mobile operating system, Google just debuted the Android 11 developer preview. ...
  • TikTok Tries To Placate Worried Parents
    Parents will be able to control how long their teens spend on TikTok each day, who can message their kids, and what sort of content shows up in their fe ...
  • WhatsApp Debuts First Ad Campaign In Brazil
    Entitled, "It's between you," the campaign's first film tells the real-life story of local communities using WhatsApp to help each other prepare for Carnival. ...
  • Facebook Failing to Appease Some Policymakers
    Thierry Breton, the European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, said this week that Facebook's vision for its own regulation is insufficient. Meanwhile, billionaire liberal activist/philanthropist George Soros is calling ...
  • Coronavirus Impacts Apple's Revenue, Employees In China
    The devastating effects of the coronavirus in China have hit Apple's business on multiple fronts. COVID-19 has also affected demand for Apple's products in the country. ...
  • Facebook Tests Hobbi Photo App In Select Markets
    The app, which bears a strong resemblance to Pinterest, will only be offered in select markets, including Spain, Belgium and Colombia. ...
  • Will AI Slow Down Or Speed Up Ransomware Rates?
    Venture Beat explores how artificial intelligence might be used to prevent -- as well as facilitate -- ransomware attacks, which can cripple the digital operations of businesses and institutions. ...
  • Is The Future of Media Business Female?
    Women now make up 49% of the total workforce in media and entertainment, but the majority of these people can still be found in entry-level positions. ...
  • Are Local Papers Doomed Without Public Support?
    The Washington Post's Margaret Sullivan suggests that communities across the country should more seriously consider funding local newspapers. ...
  • Critics Pan Facebook's New 'Branded Content' Policy
    Buzzfeed's Katie Notopoulos is not a fan of Facebook's lax regulation of branded content paid for by political campaigns. ...
  • Facebook Allows Branded Political Content
    The company will require influencers to clearly label posts paid for by political campaigns. ...
  • WhatsApp Surpasses 2 Billion Users
    Along with ease of use, WhatsApp says secure communications remain key to its success. ...
  • Flipboard Floats Paid 'TV' Service
    Flipboard TV is a new service that the news aggregator plans to populate with content from publisher partners. ...
  • Twitter Teams With U.S. Census Bureau To Reduce Misinformation
    Twitter is launching a new tool that will direct users to the official U.S. Census site after they search for certain keywords associated with the Census. ...
  • Number Of Brand-Backed Social Influencers Balloons
    Not surprisingly, a clear majority of influencers continue to identify Instagram as their go-to social platform. ...
  • Papa John's Uses Snapchat For Another Valentine's Day Campaign
    The pizza company got a big boost in ad awareness, along with sizable pizza sales, last year. It hopes to repeat its ad success. ...
  • Valentine's Day Expected To Record Jump In App Activity
    Increased app entertainment app usage on the holiday may reflect lovers' desire to fill together time with romantic music and movies. ...
  • Pinterest's Q4 Revs Skyrocket 46% YOY To $400 Million
    In addition, worldwide, monthly active users reached 335 million, which was up 26%, year-over-year. Stateside, monthly active users approached 90 million, which represented an increase of 8%. ...