YouTube still dominates video, banks face a threat from tech giants, and P&G lays down the law on digital, plus how fake news helped Scott find his soulmate.
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After years of abstaining from pre-roll ads, Facebook will soon introduce ad breaks in video content.
5 things we learned about the streaming business in 2016, a year in which we saw a lot more maturity as the market got more competitive.
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube will create a shared database to help track terrorist content on their online platforms.
CNN acquired Beme, which was probably just what it took to actually acquire co-founder Casey Neistat.
Facebook’s new camera, Twitter’s better customer service, Youtube’s clean up and many more in this week’s social roundup.
Social media offer brands their best opportunity to reach cord-cutting millennials
A quick recap of VidCon, the premiere online video conference for 25,000 online video enthusiasts.
Plus Alphabet rules the ad world, Tide benefits from the Internet, the Pope gets it, and Scott’s take on the Gawker lawsuit.
Jack Dorsey fails at multitasking, political ads go digital, everyone pays to skip ads anyway, and Zuckerberg saves the world.