Episode 370

This week’s headlines: Facebook Announces Plans for Rapid Product Development and Facebook Gives Content Creators More Video Monetization Tools.

The week’s news quick hits: TikTok Launches Referral Program, Twitter Targets Dehumanizing of Religious Groups in Rules Update, YouTube Including Timestamps in IP Violation Claims, Pinterest Adds New Video Features, WarnerMedia Announces HBO Max and Facebook Adds More Info to “Why Am I Seeing this Ad?”.

Episode 369

This week’s headlines: Ads Come to Instagram Explore

This week’s news quick hits: Google Testing Text-Based Carousel Search Ads, Privacy Groups Pressure YouTube to Remove Kids Content, YouTube Lets Users Override Channel Recommendations, Twitter Will Explain Why Problematic Tweets from Politicians are Problematic and Facebook Adds Clarity to its Terms of Service.

Episode 368

This week’s headlines: Facebook Announces Cryptocurrency, YouTube Rolls Out AR for Makeup Tutorials and YouTube May Remove All Kids Content from Its Platform.

The week’s news quick hits: Snap Pitches Advertisers on Premium Video Placement, Amazon’s IMDb Freedive Rebrands to IMDb TV, Pinterest Launches Complete the Look Visual Search Tool and NBA Last 90 Lets Gamblers Bet on Simulated Games.

Episode 367

This week’s headlines: Facebook Cites Big Growth for Watch and Fortnite Goes Social.

The week’s news quick hits: Salesforce Acquires Tableau, Snapchat Adding Shop Button to Influencer Profiles, Facebook Plans Portal Follow-up, Facebook Launches New Research App, Emails Connect Zuckerberg to Cambridge Analytica Scandal and Facebook Reaches Settlement for Video Measurement Errors with Advertisers.

Episode 366

This week’s headlines: Instagram Shows Growth in Time Spent, Amazon Acquires Sismek Ad Server, Foursquare Buys Placed from Snap Inc., and Apple’s WWDC Brings an End to an Era and Privacy Implications

The week’s news quick hits: Instagram Testing Order Sticker in Stories, Amazon Cuts Out Small Suppliers from Inventory Orders, Federal Agencies Tech for Greater Oversight, Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings YouTube Measurement Expands to More Countries, Facebook in Talks with CFTC on Cryptocurrency, Firefox Blocks Third-Party Cookies, YouTube Taking Steps to Limit Hate Speech on its Platform, Instagram Lets Brands Promote Influencer Posts, Google Acquires Cloud Services Provider and Google Reveals Details on Stadia.

Episode 365

The week’s news quick hits: Pinterest Reveals Plans for Self-Serve Ad Platform Offering, Google Updates the Look of Search Results, Ads Coming to WhatsApp Statuses in 2020 and IGTV Supports Horizontal Video.

Episode 364

This week’s headlines: It’s Time to Get Ready for Facebook’s Clear History Tool and Google Expands Ad Inventory and Makes Updates to Retail.

The week’s news quick hits: SCOTUS Allows Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple to Proceed, Google Launches Bumper Machine for Making Six-Second Ads, WhatsApp Closes Massive Surveillance Vulnerability, Twitter Discloses Location Sharing Bug, Twitter Announces New Developer Labs Program, Disney Takes Operational Control Over Hulu, Facebook Live Gets One Strike Policy and Instagram Phases Out Instagram Direct App.

Episode 363

This week’s headlines: Google I/O Makes Search More Utilitarian

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Lets Users Book Appointments In-App, Twitter Enables Reaction GIFs to Retweets, Instagram Tests Implementing Third-Party Fact Checking, Facebook Updates Video Distribution Factors, Google Music Surpasses 15 Million Subscribers and Spotify Makes Podcasts Prominent within App Test.

Episode 362

This week’s headlines: Twitter Plans More Emphasis on Video Advertising and Facebook Looks to Restart with Redesign and More from F8.

The week’s news quick hits: Snapchat Launches Premium Video Ad Reserve, Alphabet Misses Analyst Estimates, Hulu Nets 28 Million U.S. Subscribers, Google Launches Auto-Delete Function for Location History, Spotify Tests Voice-Enabled Ad Unit and Facebook and FTC Settlement May Include Privacy Board.

Episode 361

This week’s headlines: Twitter Impresses Wall Street, Snap Shows Signs of Life in Earnings Report and Facebook has Good Quarter but Trouble Brews.

The week’s news quick hits: Facebook Makes Key Hires to Deal with Crises, Senator Urges FTC to Hold Zuckerberg Liable for Privacy Lapses, Instagram Adds Quiz Sticker to Stories Twitter Adds Tool to Report Voter Misinformation, Brave Aims to Split Ad Revenue with Browser Users, Comcast Negotiating Sale of Hulu Stake and Amazon Ad Growth Declines.