Digital News Daily
Friday, August 18, 2017
  • Facebook Rolls Out New Video Options

    The fresh offerings invite ad partners to purchase and run ads exclusively on in-stream placements across Facebookand its Audience Network. Across its flagship platform … Read the whole story

  • YouTube TV Now Covers 50% Of U.S. Homes

    YouTube TV has added 14 markets to its existing 15 major markets. Since its launch in April, YouTube TV says over half of its … Read the whole story

  • Judge Rejects AT&T's Challenge To Louisville Law That Boosts Google Fiber

    A federal judge has rejected AT&T's challenge to a Louisville, Kentucky law aimed at making it easier for Google to launch Gigabit fiber service … Read the whole story

  • Reddit Launches Video Player

    Aiming to increase video consumption and grow advertising on its platform, Reddit has launched a native video player that will enable users to upload … Read the whole story

  • Uproxx Bows Programmatic Guaranteed Ad Buying Option

    Uproxx Media Group, which runs web properties geared to millennial men, said it launched a programmatic guaranteed ad buying option via DoubleClick Ad Exchange. … Read the whole story

  • GroupM To Impose Viewability Standards Worldwide

    The firm said Thursday it is strengthening its viewability standard for social and mobile newsfeed environments. It is also undertaking research to study the … Read the whole story

  • Taco Bell Gets A Lift From Lyft

    Lyft partnered with Taco Bell to offer riders stops at the fast-food eatery, and PlaceIQ used its LandMark location data technology to analyze the … Read the whole story

  • Turns Out Clean, Well-Lighted Space Still Important For Brands

    I just read yet another estimate of ad spending saying that digital is still inching up, while TV is still inching down. This is … Read the whole story