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Do you use TikTok as a news source?

Do you trust it?

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The Washington Post puts Angel Mendoza in charge of Reddit content

Mendoza wants to make it a ‘home for journalism.’

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Do brands have a place on a social platform that tries to stay out of your life?

Social network Hey You reminds you to call your loved ones once a week, then fades into the background, leaning into a trend of desire for more authenticity on social media.

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Little Miss Thought Leader: PR pros, what would your Little Miss character be named?

We just had to weigh in on this trend with some PR jargon!

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Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Thursday morning

Meta expands Messenger’s end-to-end encryption; 300 current TikTok and ByteDance staffers used to work for Chinese state media.

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Netflix ventures into Decentraland to promote 'The Gray Man'

The streaming giant makes another move in gaming with its first step into the crypto-focused metaverse platform.

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Meta responds amid outrage over Facebook’s involvement in Nebraska prosecution

The company is defending Facebook’s decision to give users’ private messages to police.

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Are you ditching Instagram for another social media platform?

Are the Meta-owned platform’s changes driving you away?

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With brand deals in the balance, TikTok personalities brush off hate

When content creators like Tucker Lindgren of Down Bad Patrol get hate messages, they have to remember who they work for.

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Meta enlists Keke Palmer to demystify the metaverse

The first episode of Are We There Yet? explores what users can create in Meta’s Horizon Worlds without explaining how to create it.

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Meta reports first quarterly revenue decline, warns of continued advertising weakness

Facebook parent posted a 36% drop in income in Q2 as its ad business was hit by economic turbulence and lagging uptake of Instagram Reels ads.

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Why Tremor is buying Amobee for $239 million

While the Singtel-owned ad tech firm posted a loss in its most recent earnings, Tremor expects it to create “significant scale” for its business while plugging gaps in linear TV and performance capabilities.