Tag: Firefox

2019.06.07 Last Week in Digital Media

Another week, another Last Week in Digital Media. Enjoy. GENERAL Nielsen has expanded the Digital Audience Ratings (DAR) YouTube in-app measurement offering to 26 additional markets (bringing the total to 34). There’s a story doing the rounds that French adtech Weborama is attempting to derail Amazon’s acquisition of Sizmek. Sizmek’s Chapter 11 proceedings are still in progress, so there is still time… Read more →

2019.04.05 Last Week in Digital Media

Another week, another last week in digital media. Enjoy! SNAPCHAT Snapchat held the first ever partner day during the week. Announcing a wealth of new features, content, advertising opportunities, and services. Here’s what you need to know: Snap is building the “Snap Audience Network” to monetize non-Snap owned apps. This will be iOS and US-only at launch. To broaden the availability of the… Read more →

2019.02.08 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s your weekly dose of Last Week in Digital Media, here’s what you might have missed. GENERAL The Spotify rumor from last week was confirmed. with Spotify acquiring Gimlet Media and also Anchor.  This gives Spotify a significant leg up and lead in owned and non-owned original content. In a blog post by Spotify founder, Daniel Ek, he outlines an expectation… Read more →

2018.04.13 Last Week in Digital Media

We’re only weeks away from the Facebook and Google developer conferences, so the media, data and tech stream of news is slowing to a trickle. INDUSTRY NEWS Firefox has updated their iOS browser to firewall tracking data by default and comes off the back of the previous desktop update which quarantines Facebook data. Firefox’s desktop market share sits in the… Read more →

2018.03.30 Last Week in Digital Media

It’s April Fools Day, the Washington Post has kept an up to date list all day of pranks and here’s a list of Google’s various April Fools jokes.  Facebook Updates Facebook’s response to the Cambridge Analytica incident continues. Here’s a summary of key Facebook updates: Simplified Privacy Controls: All end-user privacy controls are now centralized in one place, including the ability to… Read more →

2017.11.17 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s the news from last week: Partner / Industry News starting with something that is already confirmed as not happening. There were rumors early in the week that Amazon was going to launch an ad-supported version of Amazon Prime Video. But this rumor was shut down by Amazon, telling the Verge that “We have no plans to create a free, ad-supported… Read more →