Digital News Daily
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
  • Facebook Tests News Feed Changes

    Perhaps making it harder for publishers to reach readers, Facebook is testing a dual-feed system, which silos posts from "friends" and those from followed … Read the whole story

  • Neustar, J.D. Power Partner For Data Tracking

    "Our industry has long needed an automotive audience standard that is founded on rich, real-time, constantly updated and quality assured data," says J.D. Power's … Read the whole story

  • Rubicon Project Integrates Google DoubleClick Bid Manager

    Bid Manager, a demand-side platform, is the first to use Rubicon Project's new Orders API that allows agencies, trading desks, and advertisers to transact … Read the whole story

  • Facebook 'Explore' Test Could Downgrade Publisher Content

    Facebook launched Explore as a way of exposing users to content from sources outside their usual social-media context. By definition, it includes things users … Read the whole story

  • Thor: What Is It Good For?

    I'm tempted to say "Absolutely nothing." But that would be too snarky, even for me. Around 40 broadcast and cable network executives reportedly attended … Read the whole story

  • Far-Right Social Network Drops Suit Against Google

    "Gab has been in productive back-channel talks with Google since our initial filing of the case," Gab said in a post on Medium. Read the whole story

  • FTC Loosens Privacy Rules Regarding Children's Voices

    "Verbal commands may be a necessity for certain consumers, including children who have not yet learned to write, or the disabled," the FTC says … Read the whole story