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Marketing Wrap

A Duckling Who Idolizes Donald Duck Will Melt Your Heart in This Disneyland Paris Ad, adweek.com

Not Into Sports Bars? You Might Prefer This ‘Reality Bar,’ Xfinity’s Spot for Reality TV Lovers, adweek.com

Ad Age's 2019 industry predictions, adage.com

Reddit COO Jen Wong and Spotify Global VP Danielle Lee Talk Data, Diversity and Inclusion, adweek.com

Why TV will undergo a year of rapid marketing evolution, adage.com

What Ever Happened to Netscape?, adweek.com

Microsoft Reboots Its Look to Better Connect With Consumers, adweek.com

Almost 26 Million U.S. Viewers Watched Netflix’s Bird Box in Its First Week, Nielsen Says, adweek.com

Mastercard Drops Name From Its Iconic Logo in an Effort to Modernize, adweek.com

With 800,000 members, The Sun’s loyalty program is driving other revenue streams, digiday.com

How We Are Rosie created an 800-person freelance marketplace for brands and agencies, digiday.com

Hulu Draws in 25 Million Subscribers and Almost $1.5 Billion in Ad Revenue, adweek.com

Turner is using AT&T’s subscriber data to sell targeted TV ads with Xandr, digiday.com

Retail briefing: Amazon sellers battle over the buy box, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

The Dry Alabama Facebook ad campaign, which associated Roy Moore with calls for a statewide alcohol ban during the Senate race, was a false flag op by Democrats, nytimes.com

Over a dozen ex-Facebook employees detail how the company's leaders and stacked ranking performance reviews foster a culture where any dissent is discouraged, cnbc.com

Politicians cannot block social media foes: U.S. appeals court, reuters.com

Towards a Bra-Free Instagram Experience, medium.com

Facebook Poaches Top Research Scientist From Google DeepMind, forbes.com

Facebook is investigating whether News for Democracy, a left-leaning organization backed by Reid Hoffman, violated its community standards and ad policies, washingtonpost.com

Women In Rural India Are Defying Their Communities By Going Undercover On Facebook, buzzfeed.com

How Instagram takes a toll on influencers' brains, theguardian.com

Moving Beyond Social Media Towards News As "Big Data" In The Cloud Era, forbes.com

Twitter’s MoPub Mobile Ad Platform Is Now Integrated With Pixalate, DoubleVerify, adweek.com

Fox Sports Is Teaming Up With Twitter for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019, adweek.com

Snapchat Says Its App Makes Users Happy, but Using Facebook and Twitter Leaves Them in a Pit of Misery, adweek.com

All In

1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, Etc., openculture.com

Autonomous Robot Hit and ‘Killed’ by Self-Driving Tesla, unilad.co.uk

Sears plans to shutter after 126 years in business, cnbc.com

In 'Never Too Late,' Finally, a Guide for Adults Going to College, npr.org

I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone, vice.com

Lambda School, which trains students online to be software engineers in exchange for a share of future income, raises $30M Series B from Bedrock, GV, YC, others, nytimes.com

Jerry Seinfeld’s Tribute to Bob Einstein, twitter.com

Flipping the economics of paying for education, because they're upside down, nytimes.com

The “skills gap” was a lie, vox.com

Google’s Project Soli radar is sensitive enough to count sheets of paper, theverge.com

Study Offers Clues to Racial Differences in Alzheimer's Disease, npr.org

IBM unveils its first commercial quantum computer, techcrunch.com

Meat-free 'Impossible Burger 2.0' tastes even closer to the real deal, engadget.com

Samsung and Apple, Sitting in a Tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G, samsung.com