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Marketing Wrap

Digital-first publishers have fallen in love with Gas Station TV,

Report Alleges Johnson & Johnson Withheld Information About Trace Amounts of Asbestos in Baby Powder for Decades,

Postmates Is Getting Ready to Roll Out Autonomous Delivery Robots,

‘Very much about TV advertisers’: Amazon is ramping up its Fire TV ad pitch,

The Soundtrack to Your Winter Solstice Comes Courtesy of Trojan Man and His Sensual Tunes,

Google and publishers edge closer to reaching common ground for GDPR standards,

495 Scripted Shows Aired in 2018 as Streaming’s Output Surpassed Basic Cable and Broadcast,

How WestJet’s Real-Time Giving Set the Bar for Brand Generosity,

Confessions of a publishing sales executive: ‘It’s transparency overkill’,

‘Every big tech company is a competitor’: ESPN boss Jimmy Pitaro on the future of sports,

Nearly 500,000 People Are Livestreaming on Twitch Every Day,

‘Contracts are just the first step:’ Advertisers grapple with DSP demands,

Agency Brief: Grills, gloss and a g'day for one agency,

Brands struggle to compete with Amazon on its own turf,

Social Media Wrap

Facebook says that between Sept. 13 and Sept. 25 a bug in a photo API gave app developers access to photos that were uploaded but never shared by ~6.8M users,

Congress May Have Fallen for Facebook’s Trap, but You Don’t Have To,

The Time Has Come to Finally Delete Facebook,

Profile of MindGeek, which owns 9 of the top 15 porn sites worldwide, has 125M visits per day, and whose bandwidth use exceeds that of Facebook or Amazon,

After Yellow Vests Come Off, Activists in France Use Facebook to Protest and Plan,

Jack Dorsey and Twitter ignored opportunity to meet with civic group on Myanmar issues,

Data shows GraphQL, a Facebook-developed open source data query language, has seen a sharp rise in adoption among JavaScript developers over the past two years,

Facebook restructures Building 8, separating projects into Reality Labs and Portal groups,

A visual look at the biggest tech trends of 2018: sentiment toward Amazon's HQ2 search, the plateau of social media use, Facebook's trust betrayals, more,

Get ready for brands to be much more pushy on Instagram,

Facebook filed a patent for tech that can predict where you're going next,

All In

4,400 year old Egyptian tomb discovered in the Saqqara pyramid complex,

'Collaboration' Creates Mediocrity, Not Excellence,

Rare brain-eating amoebas killed woman who rinsed her sinuses with tap water,

Parrot Uses Alexa to Order Watermelon, Lightbulbs While Owner Is Out,

CEO and co-founder of HQ Trivia Colin Kroll has died at 35; police source says a drug overdose is suspected,

The untold story of how India's sex workers prevented an Aids epidemic,

How McKinsey has helped raise the stature of authoritarian governments,

When you talk about a country you never visited, consider Paris syndrome,

I was scammed by a celebrity influencer,

Dr. Elon and Mr. Musk: Life Inside Tesla's Production Hell,

Beat the 'crunch': new union for video games workers launches,

Boeing 737 Passenger Jet Damaged in Possible Midair Drone Hit,

1980s Amiga has been running the AC and heat in 19 schools for 30 years,

Debt Worldwide Hits Record $86,000 per Person,

Tumblr’s back in the App Store following porn ban announcement,

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