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