Episode 381

This week’s just the quick hits.

The week’s news quick hits: Instagram Tests Group Story, Facebook Comes to Settlement on Inflated Video Metrics, Hulu Rolls Out Program Downloads, Instagram Shuts Down Following Tab, Twitter Uses Phone Numbers for Targeting Without Permission and Instagram Launches New Camera Mode.

Episode 380

This week’s headlines: Facebook’s News Service Will Reward the Few, Mark Zuckerberg Responds to the News and Instagram Launches Threads.

The week’s news quick hits: Twitter Aims to Filter Out Offensive DMs, Reddit Updates Harassment Rules, Facebook Stories Get Messenger CTA, Instagram Introduces Reminders to Buy CTA, EU Rules Facebook Can Be Required to Limit Content’s Reach When Requested by a Country, TikTok Bans Political Ads, Taboola and Outbrain Merge, Uber Launches UberWorks and PayPal Pulls Out of Libra.

Episode 379

This week’s headlines: Pinterest Rolling out Updated Business Pages, Google Launches Play Pass and Amazon Puts Echo Everywhere.

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Suspends “Tens of Thousands of Apps” in Privacy Probe, Facebook Group Stories are Discontinued, Facebook Acquired Chatbot Developer, Court Decision Limits Geographic Reach of Europe’s Right to Be Forgotten Law, Facebook Acquires Brain Control Startup, Snapchat Extends Video Ad Length and Oculus Unveils New Features.

Episode 378

This week’s headlines: Snapchat and Pinterest Build on Camera Equity, Facebook Announces Portal TV, Facebook Reveals Details of its Content Board and Facebook Introduces Three New Ad Units.

The week’s news quick hits: Apple’s Major Hardware Event Highlights Services, Snapchat Gets Spotify Integration, Netflix Secures Global Rights to Seinfeld, Facebook Makes Updates to Video Features for Advertisers, YouTube Selling Masthead Ads on TV and Airbnb Plans 2020 IPO.

Episode 377

This week’s headlines: Facebook May Soon Hide Like Counts

The week’s news quick hits: State Attorneys General Ready Antitrust Investigation of Alphabet, YouTube Reaches Settlement with FTC and Facebook Dating Launches in the U.S.

Episode 376

This week’s headlines: Facebook Testing New App to Compete with Snapchat

The week’s news quick hits: TikTok May Launch Audience Network, Libra Launches Bug Bounty Program, Facebook Introduces Political Ad Verification Process and YouTube Launching New Site for Kids.

Episode 375

This week’s headlines: Twitter Launches Six-Second Ads with View Guarantees and Facebook’s Clear History Tool is Here.

The week’s news quick hits: Verizon Sells Tumblr, CBS and Viacom Agree on Merger, Snap Unveils New Version of Spectacles, Facebook Simplifies Group Settings, Instagram Launches Bug Bounty Program, Facebook Hiring Human Curators for News Section, YouTube Originals Moved Outside of Paywall, Apple Eyes November Launch for Video Service, YouTube Ending Ads on Videos Targeting Kids and Instagram Testing Back-to-Back Ads Within Stories.

Episode 374

This week’s headlines: Instagram Rethinks Meme Content, Facebook Targeting Options Emerge Post-Cambridge Analytica, Twitter Removes Third-Party Data Providers from Targeting and Facebook News is Probably Coming Back… Again.

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Adding “from Facebook” Tag to Products, Alphabet Letting Search Rivals Bid to Be Default Search Engines on Android Devices, Facebook Surveying Customers to Ensure Advertisers Follow Through, Disney+ Bundle is a Shots Fired at Netflix, Messenger and Instagram Direct Messaging Infrastructure Merge Underway and Facebook Tests Watch Subscriptions.

Episode 373

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

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Expands Search Ad Test, Pinterest Adds More Shopping Features, Snapchat Launches Instant Create Ad Tool, Pinterest Reports Strong Earnings and Amazon Dash Buttons to Shut Down.

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You can contact Brave Ad World at BraveAdWorld [at] gmail.com, or connect with Taylor on Twitter @twiegert.

Episode 372

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

This week’s headlines: Facebook Sees Engagement Uptick, Snap Gets Its Groove Back and Facebook Rolls On in Earnings While FTC Fine Gets Put in Place.

The week’s news quick hits: FTC and Google Reach Settlement for Children’s Privacy Violations, Google Closes Incognito Mode Tracking Loophole, Justice Department Announces Broad Plans to Investigate Internet Company Market Power, Pinterest Expands Advertiser Tools with Beta Program, Alexa Ads Get More Detail, YouTube Masthead Can Be Bought on CPM Basis, AWS Shows Signs of Slowdown, Alphabet Earns Back Trust from Investors, Facebook Migrates Instant Games to Games Tab and Twitter has Strong Earnings Report.

Download or subscribe to this podcast at www.braveadworld.com/podcast.

Find more social media marketing insights on the Brave Ad World blog at www.braveadworld.com.

You can contact Brave Ad World at BraveAdWorld [at] gmail.com, or connect with Taylor on Twitter @twiegert.