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Facebook weathers multiple storms in Q2

Ad revenue and active users beat Wall Street expectations – but the effects of the July ad boycott haven’t fully materialized, yet.

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What happens when consumer concerns around hate speech match brands’

The CMA’s John Wiltshire says the average Canadian has “woken up on the issue,” which is driving an urgency in brands.

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ICYMI: Facebook’s rocky week continues

Plus, Scott McGillivray launches a podcast and Gameloft debunks gamer myths.

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Can advertisers fare without Facebook?

A boycott of the company could prompt change, and industry insiders believe it might convince other media platforms to amp up their attribution game.

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ICYMI: Facebook funds journalism jobs, Junos goes virtual

Plus, the Broadcasting Act will be updated before the end of 2020.

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ICYMI: Tim and Sid are back

Plus, Murdoch Mysteries will return, and Facebook has reached a settlement to help moderators experiencing trauma.

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Facebook posts Q1 results, gives early peek at Q2

Revenues for April are relatively unchanged, indicating that flat might be the new up for the pandemic.

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ICYMI: Sonos gets into streaming

Plus, Messenger Kids makes an update, Postmedia donates media space and Narcity joins the National NewsMedia Council.

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ICYMI: A bleak fate for this year’s F8, OMD gets global recognition

Plus, a popular Canadian podcast is going to TV.

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ICYMI: Kinetic Canada bulks up, Facebook drops music tool

Plus, Stingray brings a country music channel to the Canadian market.

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Digital giants account for $25 billion in global ad spend

FAANG brands – Facebook Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google – up 2019 ad spend more than 20%.

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ICYMI: Arkells want you to read more local news, Google expands in Canada

Plus, Facebook shuts down mobile Audience Network and TCL pulls the plug on BlackBerry.

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Ad revenue, users continue to increase for Facebook in Q4

CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the quarter ‘a strong end to the year,’ and says its goals for more transparency will continue into 2020.

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What’s next for WhatsApp if ads aren’t coming soon?

Facebook isn’t ruling out advertising all together, so three agency experts weigh in on what the platform can learn about its value proposition.

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Facebook places some limits on targeting for special ad categories

Ad categories are restricted from using age, gender, postal code, multicultural affinity and other descriptions to target intended audiences.