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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.

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ICYMI: A new CEO for ComScore, a new image for Facebook

Plus, senior journalists in Canada shuffle about as Andrew Coyne leaves Postmedia and Don Martin announces his retirement.

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How The Discourse reconciles its work with Facebook’s news accelerator

Founder and CEO Erin Millar explains how she expanded her media company’s reach and how she’s passing on the knowledge she gained.

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Facebook solid in Q3 despite public controversies

The social media platform increased revenues 29% year-over-year as public scrutiny grows over the company’s ethical responsibilities.

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How many are engaging with web content on Facebook?

Newswhip’s Q3 study shows that “soft” news is still gaining more impressions than politics, and outbound links aren’t getting the lion’s share of impressions.

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Users can now opt out of giving Facebook ‘off-Facebook’ data

The social giant is able to track outside data, from shopping to video streaming. Now, users are being handed a little more control.

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Older generations driving the most social growth

The boomer generation is behind surges in social media use overall, especially Facebook, according to latest MTM report.

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Which age group is driving Facebook growth in Canada?

While growth is slowing for Facebook, it’s gaining ground through an unlikely demographic.

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Facebook’s revenues, stocks soar amidst most recent controversy

The social media giant now makes 94% of its ad revenue from mobile.

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Engagement on Facebook grows: report

Activity is bouncing back after dropping off over the past two years, according to social media tracking firm News Whip.