Episode 334

This week’s headlines: Facebook Watch Goes Worldwide

The week’s news quick hits: YouTube Gives More Creators the Ability to Launch Unskppable Ads, YouTube Gives Users Tool to See How Much Time They Spend Watching Videos, Instagram Opens Up Account Verification to All Users, Instagram Allows Two-Factor Authentication Apps, Amazon Set to Launch Streaming TV Service, Twitter Tests Suggestions of Accounts to Unfollow and Twitter Exempts Publishers from Political Advertiser Registration.

Episode 333

Host: Taylor Wiegert (www.twitter.com/twiegert)

This week’s headlines: Google Tracks Location Even if Location Services are Off, Facebook Removes Targeting Options, Facebook Removes Security App from App Store and Facebook Assigns User Reputation Scores.

The week’s news quick hits: Amazon Adds Video Ads to Search Results, Facebook Lets Direct Response Advertisers Turn Static Visuals into Videos, Google Launches Political Ad Library, Amazon May Buy Theater Chain, Netflix Tests Ads, Twitch Prime Sunsetting Ad-Free Viewing, Facebook Removes Accounts Linked to Misinformation, Report Shows Android Operating System Sending Information to Google 14 Times Per Hour and Google Removes Iran-Linked YouTube Channels.

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Episode 332

This week’s headlines: Infowars Removed from Major Platforms, Snapchat Loses Daily Active Users and Facebook Goes After Snapchat with AR Video Chat Games.

The week’s news quick hits: New Details on Disney’s Streaming Service Emerge, Facebook Starts Testing Dating App Internally, Facebook Working on Data-Sharing Agreements with Banks, Facebook Adds Features to Local Pages, Facebook Third Most Popular Browser, Wide Format Video Pins Roll Out to All Advertisers, HQ Runs Traditional Video Ad, Sponsored Posts on Instagram on the Rise and Spotify Tests Skippable Ads.

Episode 331

This week’s headlines: Twitter Partners with Researchers in Effort to Promote Healthy Conversation, Snapchat Rolls Out Creator-Made Stickers, WhatsApp Launches Business API and Facebook Courts Game Developers.

The week’s news quick hits: Twitter Adds Tools to Report and Moderate Abusive Live Streams, Facebook Identifies Political Influence Campaign, Facebook and Instagram Give Users Time Management Tools, Facebook Updates Video Metrics, Snapchat Lets Discover Partners Sell Inventory in Ads Manger, Snapchat Makes Commercials More Accessible, Snapchat Launches Voice Controlled Lenses, Apple Expands Search Ads to More Markets, Google Launching China-Approved Search Engine and Reddit Data Breach Revealed.

Episode 330

This week’s headlines: Snapchat Forms Partnership with News Sharing Platforms, Snapchat Partners with Nielsen in Ad Targeting and Facebook to Start Removing Posts Encouraging Violence.

The week’s news quick hits: EU Hits Google with Record Fine, Skype Launches Call Recording, LinkedIn Videos Get Captions, LinkedIn Improves Messaging, Twitch Partners with Giphy and Instagram Notifies Followers When Users are Online.

Episode 329

This week’s headlines: Snapchat Testing Camera Shopping Feature with Amazon and Facebook Tests News Feed AR Ads.

The week’s news quick hits: YouTube Takes Steps to Combat Fake News, Snapchat Creates Destination for User-Generated Lenses, Instagram Stories Gets Questions Sticker and Twitter Removes More Fake Accounts.

Episode 328

This week’s headlines: Snapchat and YouTube Woo Creators, Snap’s Expanding Into Gaming, Group Video Chat Comes to… Instagram?, and Facebook and Twitter Launch Transparency Tools.

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Launches Time Management Tool, AT&T Acquires AppNexus, Instagram Explore Tab Gets AI Powered Categories, Google Image Search Takes Cues from Pinterest, Facebook Reverses Ban on Ads for Cryptocurrencies, Roku Launches Audience Marketplace, Google Rebrands Ad Products, Facebook Tests Keyword Snooze, Twitter Works to Curb Fake Accounts and Facebook Separates Political from Journalism Content.

Episode 327

This week’s headlines: Video Ads Come to Messenger and Instagram’s Long-Form Video Platform is Here

The week’s news quick hits: YouTube Launches Creative Suite, Facebook Opening Watch to More Creators, Facebook Tests Paid Group Subscriptions and Snapchat Adds Effects to Snap Map.

Episode 326

This week’s headlines: Users Can Now Shop Within Stories, Reddit Launches Native Video Ads and Snapchat Launches Developer Platform.

The week’s news quick hits: LinkedIn Launching Carousel Ads, Facebook Memories Gets Dedicated Hub, Snapchat Lets Users Delete Messages, Snap’s Second Stab at Spectacles Go on Sale, Users Can Review Brands on Facebook and Snapchat Testing Boomerang-Like Feature.

Episode 325

This week’s headlines: Apple Laying Groundwork for Ad Network, Apple Hosts WWDC, Facebook to Launch Lip Sync Live and Instagram Laying Groundwork for Long-Form Content.

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Found to Share Data with Device Makers, Pinterest Adds New Format for Promoted Video, Microsoft Acquires GitHub, Facebook Launching News Shows in News Hub, Facebook Integrates Audience Network with New Ad Exchanges, Instagram Adds Ability to Share Stories of Others and Facebook Launches New Gaming Hub.