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Twitter outlines policy banning political ads

Candidates, political parties, elected officials, PACs and social welfare organizations like the NRA are all banned from advertising on the platform.

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ICYMI: Twitter bans political advertising, Narcity expands stateside

Plus, Blue Ant brings on former Nat Geo exec and the Food Network gets into the holiday spirit.

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Twitter impacted by “revenue product issues” in Q3

Revenue rose, but missed targets, largely due to bugs the company is currently in the process of squashing.

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Ice Surfing returns with Budweiser, adds Wendy’s and Movember

The Sportsnet Twitter series predicts three times as many sponsors within the next month.

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How Twitter plans to Run This Town

The indie film based on the life of an infamous Canadian mayor has entered into a unique partnership with Twitter.

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Twitter adds an in-person element to engage #FilmTwitter

After previously aligning with TIFF in an online capacity, the social network is going all out with experiential and OOH.

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ICYMI: Sportsnet changes it up, Videotron launches IPTV service

Plus, Twitter tells Canadians what hashtags they favour most and OUTtv teams up with Vice to for a makeover series with the trans community.

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Twitter introduces bidding on six-second views

The company says the new option was introduced in order to better fit with advertiser demands.

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ICYMI: Twitter tests new features, FX looks to the fall

Plus, The Globe and Mail signs with Amazom Web Services.

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The real impact of changing third-party data policies

In light of Twitter’s recent change to its data policies, experts weigh in on how brands can get smarter with their data.

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Twitter shareholders get good news in Q2

The social media company is focused on bringing down spam activity, as users grow year-over-year.

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Twitter bridges desktop and mobile with new design

The social platform brings its legacy website up-to-speed with functions of the mobile app.

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Twitter Canada experiments with hiding replies

The new option would allow brands to cut down on replies that are potentially distracting from their “core message,” says MD Paul Burns.

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ICYMI: Twitter adds ‘Vote’ emoji, Ransom cancelled

Plus, CBC announces the cast of Fortunate Son.

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What Twitter’s election ad policy says about the digital landscape

The platform will ban political advertising during the pre-writ period legislated in Bill C-76, then catalogue ads during election period.