• Ad Campaign Censored By Facebook Algorithm
    Images for a fitness studio ad campaign on Facebook were rejected by the platform's algorithm. And apparently once the algorithm rules, all humans must obey.
  • Power Digital Acquires Social Method
    Specializing in performance-based Facebook and Instagram media and creative services, Social Method was launched in 2015. It now has a staff of over 60 across offices in New York, Washington, D.C. and Tel Aviv.
  • Liquid Adds Arcade To Its Name in Rebranding Move
    The video-game marketing specialist began as a media shop but has aggressively expanded its offering, which now includes production, social media, experiential and other capabilities.
  • You & Mr Jones Completes $260 Million Series B Funding
    The company, founded by former Havas Group CEO David Jones has just hired its first Chief People Officer, Paulette Forte, formerly with the NBA.
  • Cannes Lions To Resume Live Festival In June
    Like many other events in the past year, the Cannes Lions 2020 festival was converted to a virtual event. The awards portion was postponed. The organization cautioned that attendance this year could be limited.
  • S4 Capital Adds China Agency Tomorrow To Its Portfolio
    The agency's founder Rogier Bikker will lead the MediaMonks/Tomorrow business in China. With plans for an accelerated acquisition pace this year, it's S4's third M&A deal so far in January.
  • Half Of Consumers Believe Having Latest Technology Is 'Important'
    That's according to a new survey from GroupM which also found a large majority of consumers believe health and fitness data should be for their eyes only or a family members'.
  • Richards Group Gets Help From A Diversity Consultant
    The fact that that development made headlines is somewhat telling about the work ahead of Adland in making its workforce and culture more diverse and equitable.
  • Lincoln Project Joins Chorus Of Those Demanding A Second Impeachment
    MediaPost's Creative Agency Of The Year called Trump's actions "sedition and insurrection," calling for his immediate impeachment and conviction.
  • Better Late Than Never (Not Really): Social Networks Shut Down Trump
    Twitter, Instagram and Facebook said yesterday -- about four years too late -- that they are locking Trump's accounts, at least temporarily.
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