Interview: Podcasts have often been compared to radio and music streaming, but Ross Adams has his eye on rapidly-growing influencer marketing budgets.
In brief: Meta has made similar threats in Australia and Canada over similar legislation seeking to combat social media companies’ dominance over digital news.
HSBC is trying to “stop people in their tracks” with an array of targeted social media ads that lay out “horrifying and unexpected” facts about economic abuse.
In brief: hundreds more Twitter employees are said to have left the company yesterday following Elon Musk’s ultimatum that they agree to a more “hardcore” work environment.
Ofcom is weighing a wide swath of additional regulatory measures for online media.
In brief: employees must commit to “long working hours at high intensity” by Thursday or else leave the company with severance pay.
Consumers of news five days or more per week from certain outlets are more likely to believe in climate misinformation than those who don’t consume news at all.
In brief: Riad becomes Reddit’s VP of global mid-market and SMD sales, while van Zwol becomes Reddit’s VP of ads engineering.