Articles Tagged ‘Facebook’

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How fake news affects Canadian media trust

A new study from Ipsos declares fake news a ‘global epidemic’ as Canadians fix blame on Americans.

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Facebook Watch brings Ad Breaks to Canada

Publishers can now monetize through mid-roll video.

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Facebook, Postmedia update election advertising policies

The social media giant and the National Post parent co. are the latest to publish their political ad registries.

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Inside Facebook’s plans for local Canadian news

Representatives from 11 different outlets will take part in a program to help better understand their places in the digital and social ecosystem.

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ICYMI: Facebook updates ad policies, FEPE International rebrands

Plus, Stingray Radio Inc. enters the Welland radio market with the purchase of Giant FM and Country 89.

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Even with a $3 billion legal hit, Facebook makes big Q1 gains

The company pulled in an all-time high of $14.9 billion in ad revenue.

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Kids are tech-savvy, but some are still traditionalists: study

Children under 17 are streaming music and podcasts in big numbers, but some stereotypes don’t hold up.

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Is public scrutiny enough for Facebook?

Facebook has generated plenty of controversy in the last year. But does that change how advertisers and agencies view it?

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Why the duopoly persists, by the numbers

Warc’s findings show that nearly one-third of all ad dollars will go to Facebook and Google this year. Amidst numerous controversies, why do marketers still love these platforms?

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Facebook phasing out some ad metrics

The social media giant is altering the “relevance score” metric by adding three new figures.

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Facebook adds events to Stories

It’s the latest move in the social media giant’s attempt to get more out of the Stories format.

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What’s in store for digital outside the duopoly?

As legacy media companies and digital publishers struggle to keep up, a new report by Polar shows it could only get worse.

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Facebook makes major gains in Q4

Now, 93% of the company’s ad revenue comes from mobile advertising.

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Facebook reigns supreme with Canadians: study

Despite being most popular, the MTM’s study confirmed the trending stereotype that Facebook is most popular with older users.

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ICYMI: Adapt Media inks new partnership

Plus, new features on Facebook and gifts from the Globe.