Facebook Begins Testing In-Stream Video Topics

By: David Cohen

Facebook detailed more advertising options Thursday for its in-stream video ads, Instagram Reels and Facebook Stories.

The social network cited a study by Ipsos last November, which found that Instagram and Facebook were the most popular platforms among video viewers for connecting with brands.

Facebook kicked off a global test Thursday of in-stream video topics, which enable …

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Steven Spielberg’s Amblin to make multiple films a year for Netflix

By: Jake Coyle

Steven Spielberg, a filmmaker synonymous with big-screen enchantment, has set a new deal with Netflix in which his production company, Amblin Partners, will make multiple feature films per year for the streaming giant. 

The partnership — one long courted by Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos — is a major get for the …

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Next steps for YouTube TV members on Roku

By: The YouTube Team

Today, we’re introducing a new feature that gives you access to YouTube TV from within the YouTube app, making it easier to enjoy all the content you love. Existing members can easily access YouTube TV by clicking on “Go to YouTube TV” in the main YouTube app. This update will be available …

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For Black History Month, Black artists reimagine the YouTube logo

By: The YouTube Team

At YouTube, we believe that Black stories and voices matter. During Black History Month, we will celebrate Black stories, voices and culture that have contributed to creativity and innovation on YouTube and throughout the world. We’ve got a host of exciting activities planned and are starting off the month by …

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Facebook tests ‘extremist content’ warning on platform to fight radicalization

By:  Elizabeth Culliford

Facebook Inc is starting to warn some users they might have seen “extremist content” on the social media site, the company said on Thursday.

Screenshots shared on Twitter showed a notice asking “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?” and another that alerted users “you may have been exposed …

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Google Announces New Features for App Advertisers

By: Amy Bishop

Google’s app usage research shows that 63% of consumers will continue to seek out the best app experiences even once stores reopen. Moreover, 75% of consumers are more likely to purchase from brands whose apps allow them to transact quickly.

In order to help app advertisers reach more prospective users, Google has created …

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Amazon launches miniTV, a free video streaming service

By: Tech Desk

Amazon has launched a new video streaming service, called miniTV. The service offers users “professionally” created and curated content across web series, comedy shows, tech news, food, beauty, fashion and more. It is free of cost, but users will witness ads. It is available within the Amazon shopping app.

“With the …

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Google, YouTube Roll Out Several Tools for Small and Midsized Businesses

By: David Cohen

Google and its YouTube video site released several new tools for small businesses to connect with customers via their platforms and detailed the first-ever Small Biz Day, set for June 24…read more.

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Amazon, Google and Facebook will be hit hard by the G-7 tax deal. Here’s how they responded

By: Ryan Browne

The world’s biggest tech companies are facing a corporate tax avoidance crackdown after the Group of Seven most developed economies agreed to a historic deal.

The G-7 on Saturday backed a U.S. proposal that calls for corporations around the world to pay a minimum 15% tax on profits. The reforms, if finalized, …

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Disney Plus has no plans for a lower cost ad-supported option for now, CEO says

By: Catie Keck

Many major streamers support advertising in some form or another — think Hulu, HBO Max, or Sling TV as just a few examples — but Disney’s chief says the company’s marquee service won’t be adding ads to its service anytime soon.

Speaking at the Credit Suisse 23rd Annual Communications Conference on …

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