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The Monday Roundup: Tokyo’s ‘High Line’, Bikes mean business, no cops needed, and more

Welcome to the week. These are the most noteworthy items our community came across in the past seven days… Fear anywhere is a threat to safety everywhere: An absolute must-read from Jay Pitter on the need for larger advocacy coalitions and why cycling infrastructure is just one small part of truly safe(r) streets and public spaces. Give us 82nd Ave please: KGW has a story on House Bill 2744, which would hasten jurisdictional transfer of “orphan highways” like 82nd Avenue away from ODOT and i...
Tags: Features, Front Page, The Monday Roundup


How media companies are returning to the office

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 15. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:First, a reminder to sign up for our event about the future of digital advertising on April 22 at 2 PM EST/11 PM PST with The Trade Desk, R/GA, The Washington Post, and Mars.How media companies are returning to the office.Inside Showtime's strategy.Meet IPG's Philippe Krakowsky.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider...
Tags: Amazon, Post, Media, Washington Post, Stanford, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, Eu, Bloomberg, Netflix, Digital Media, Showtime, Harry, Paramount, Viacom


Twitter said to have held acquisition talks with Clubhouse on potential $4B deal

Twitter held talks with Clubhouse around a potential acquisition of the live drop-in audio networking platform, with a deal value somewhere around $4 billion, according to a report from Bloomberg. TechCrunch has also confirmed the discussions took place from a source familiar with the conversations. While the talks occurred over the past several months, they’re no longer taking place, though the reason they ended isn’t known according to the report. It’s also worth noting that just a few days ag...
Tags: Startups, TC, Apps, Twitter, Social Media, Tech, Bloomberg, Software, Monetization, Computing, M&a, Freeware, Internet Culture, Social Network, Operating Systems, Clubhouse


YouTube cleans up offensive videos, Hulu gets fresh look: Wednesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. YouTube safety On Tuesday, YouTube released new numbers outlining how much hate speech, violence, sexual material and other content it removed in the second half of 2020. Google’s community report estimates about 16 to 18 videos out of every 10,000 are inappropriate. The repor...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Washington Post, Advertising, Disney, Walmart, Bloomberg, Psa, New York Times, Morgan Freeman, Edelman, Jeff Bezos, Hulu, Marc Benioff


Clubhouse Reportedly Thinks It's Worth $4 Billion Now

Clubhouse, which led a round of investment in January at a reported valuation of around $1 billion, now believes it is worth four times that, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Science, Social Media, Linkedin, Bloomberg, Software, Computing, Andreessen Horowitz, Freeware, Bloomberg LP, Operating Systems, Clubhouse, Business Finance, Bytedance, Universal Windows Platform Apps


Apple CEO Tim Cook appears to take jab at Facebook saying App Store would be better with 'more social networks'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Apple CEO Tim Cook. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images;Xinhua/Liu Jie via Getty Images;Insider Facebook and Apple have been at odds over the phone maker's coming privacy changes on targeted ads. Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared on a podcast with journalist Kara Swisher to talk about data and privacy. Cook seemed to make a dig at Facebook, sharing his opinion there should be "more social networks." See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple C...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Cook, Sway, Advertising, Trends, Social Media, Bloomberg, Getty Images, Fbi, New York Times, Tim Cook, App Store


European TV Channels Want to Merge to Fight U.S. Rivals - Bloomberg

European TV Channels Want to Merge to Fight U.S. Rivals   Bloomberg
Tags: Seo, Bloomberg


Machado quits Burger King, and NBC, Walgreens partner for star-studded vaccine TV special: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. The Burger King steps off his throne Good morning! Fernando Machado has resigned after seven years at Burger King’s parent company Restaurant Brands International, with the past year spent as its chief marketing officer and previous six as Burger King's head of brand marke...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Nbc, Matthew Mcconaughey, Advertising, General Motors, CMO, Bloomberg, Walgreens, Mary Barra, Gm, Michelle Obama, Burger King, Anthony Fauci, Black, Restaurant Brands International


Weekend reading: Wall Street to Reddit – hold my beer

What caught my eye this week. C ompetition to work for one of the bulge bracket investment banks is always fierce. Young graduates from the best universities around the world compete for the chance to make millions in the markets. Indeed, many onlookers – myself included – have lamented this brain drain. Finance takes too many clever people away from science and engineering. So it’s especially galling that all that striving for academic achievement and going toe-to-toe in grueling interviews w...
Tags: Google, UK, England, London, Abc, Wall Street, Germany, Marketing, US, Eu, Bloomberg, Paypal, Bbc, Netflix, Credit Suisse, Reddit


Deutsch LA doubles referral bonuses for Black candidates

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 1. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Deutsch's referral bonuses.Cuomo seeks high-profile crisis PR help.Facebook's animal abuse videos.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. John Phillips/Getty Images for IPG ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Media, Advertising, Newsletter, Trends, Public Relations, Bloomberg, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, SPAC, Deutsch, Newsletters, IPG, Information Google, Claire Atkinson


Weekend reading: Could you write for Monevator?

What caught my eye this week. I was delighted to welcome a first post from blogger Finumus to Team Monevator this week. What a coup! I’m hoping for many great posts from Finumus in the months (dare I say years) ahead. Trademark hot takes from the eyes of a seasoned operator. That, however, is the rub. Like all of us around here, Finumus is no newbie. Everybody writing for Monevator has to some degree already won the game. The Accumulator declared himself financial independent six months ago. ...
Tags: Google, Europe, UK, John Lewis, France, Marketing, US, Spain, Bloomberg, Mark Carney, Bbc, Poland, Alan Turing, Albert Camus, CGT, John Brooks


Remote work opens new doors for the agency-brand relationship: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Bending the rules The pandemic is far from over, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, and agencies and brands are beginning to wonder what their relationships will look like once air travel and business lunches are options again. ...
Tags: London, Africa, Time, Advertising, Nike, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Lego, Dallas, Ncaa, Jack Dorsey, Wall Street Journal, Columbia Law School, Irs, Cnbc, WPP


NFL hands Amazon exclusive games, and Teen Vogue editor undone by teen rogue tweets: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Touchdown for Amazon Good morning! Amazon executives are sure having a good one—the giant for just about everything is about to gain a lot more football fans. On Wednesday, the National Football League announced new long-term deals with broadcasters like CBS, Fox, NBC, AB...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Etsy, New York City, Advertising, NFL, Atlanta, Bloomberg, Canada, Delta, Ikea, Ace Hotel, Conde Nast, Starbucks


Female artists dominate Grammys, ads include debut for Travis Scott-backed hard seltzer Cacti: Monday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Female-dominated Grammys Female artists dominated at the Grammy Awards last night, held at an outdoor location in Los Angeles to allow for social distancing. The big winners included Beyoncé, wh...
Tags: Apple, New York, Beyonce, Advertising, Los Angeles, Bloomberg, Indiana, Atlantic, New York Times, Cbs, Harry, Oprah Winfrey, Black Lives Matter, Burger King, Grammys, Sxsw


Marketers are reportedly underpaying Black influencers compared to white people with less followers

A big following doesn't mean an influencer is qualified to be sharing advice. Getty/Ivan Pantic Bloomberg's Businessweek found that Black influencers are underpaid compared to white peers. Sometimes they're even paid less compared to white creators that mimic their content, the report found. Black influencers told Bloomberg they would get paid in products as opposed to cash. See more stories on Insider's business page. White people who are popular on social media tend to ...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Brands, Bloomberg, Knox, Black Lives Matter, Black, Megan, Universal Music Group, Felix Kjellberg, McRae, BusinessWeek, Influencer


Layoffs hit HuffPost

Hi and welcome to this weekly edition of Insider Advertising, where we track the big stories in media and advertising.Remember you can sign up to get this newsletter daily here. This week:HuffPost layoffsSnap's comebackMedia startups to watch Jonah Peretti Lucy Nicholson/Reuters HuffPost layoffs Layoffs are hitting HuffPost, just weeks after the publisher was acquired by digital rival BuzzFeed, Steven Perlberg reports.The layoffs involve nearly 50 in the US and fulfill fears of sta...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, London, Media, Buzzfeed, California, Advertising, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Jonah Peretti, WPP, Nordic, Snap, Reuters


Facebook Begins Testing the Sharing of Instagram Reels in News Feed

Is Facebook about to "borrow" the feature that its Instagram division "borrowed" from TikTok? A "small number of creators" in India are currently part of a test in which they can share Instagram Reels in Facebook's News Feed, Naomi Nix of Bloomberg reported. Facebook will also add a Reels on Facebook short-form video feature to...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, India, Advertising, Bloomberg, Platforms, Social Pro Daily, Naomi Nix


How Sustainability Results In Competitive Advantage

Last October, Procter & Gamble shareholders, owner of such megabrands as Tide, Bounty, Crest, Pampers, Olay, Gillette, and Downy, approved a proposal to publish a report on what is being done to address deforestation. The Board of Directors had advised against approving the proposal. P&G uses a lot of forests. There is the Bounty brand (paper towels and napkins), the Puffs brand (facial tissues), the Pampers and Luvs brands (baby diapers), Always and Tampax brands (feminine care), and the Charm...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, US, Tesla, Bloomberg, New York Times, Sony, Ikea, Rio Tinto, Patagonia, Starbucks, Deloitte, Kevin Johnson, Shell, Wall Street Journal, Journal


Behind the scenes of The New York Times’ ‘Truth’ campaign: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Worth another look Sometimes, even the paper of record needs to make a case for itself. In 2017, The New York Times was mulling how to address rampant misinformation coming from a new presidential administration while also boosting subscrip...
Tags: Amazon, Instagram, Congress, Washington Post, Advertising, Elizabeth Warren, Alabama, Bloomberg, New York Times, Sharp, Seth Rogen, Starbucks, The New York Times, Biden, Vox, Black Lives Matter


Weekend reading: A rocky week, Monevator email is changing, and we’re up for an award

What caught my eye this week. B it of a higgledy-piggledy digest this Saturday, which is right in keeping with a week in the markets that was all over the place. If you sensibly follow The Accumulator’s advice to watch your paint drying and wash you’re hair a third time before you check out how your portfolio is doing again, you might not know things have gotten a little tasty. As Merryn Somerset-Webb put it in the Financial Times: Bonds are supposed to be boring. When they are not, you should...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Marketing, US, Bloomberg, Bbc, Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, SEC, Fda, US Treasury, Premium Bonds, Michael Jackson, Fintech, Financial Times


Amazon’s Impact On Luxury Strategy

In 2017, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) announced that Coty, the U.S. beauty group, did not break any laws of competition when it forbade a German distributor from selling Coty products on Amazon.de, the German Amazon site. In Europe, luxury products are able to limit sales of their products to only those “stores that maintain their luxury image,” Financial Times reported. The ECJ calls this “selective distribution.” Discussing the Coty case, Financial Times stated that the key issue was...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, US, Bloomberg, Amazon Prime, Financial Times, Lvmh, Ecj, Branding, Larry, European Court of Justice ECJ, WWD, Boston Consulting Group BCG, Blake Project Can Help, Roland Mouret, Altuzarra


Omnicom’s optimism, Lexus’ (literally) playful marketing stunt, and Ted Cruz, flight risk: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you’re reading this online or in a forwarded email, here’s the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Omnicom’s optimism “We fully expect to return to positive organic growth in the second quarter and the balance of the year.” That’s what Omnicom CEO John Wren told analysts on Thursday in an earnings call, Ad Age’s Judann Pollack reports. The context for that statement, also f...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Texas, Buzzfeed, Congress, Washington, Mexico, Africa, Advertising, Bloomberg, House, Ted Cruz, Middle East, Dallas, Toyota, Sam


Thousands of brands are running ads next to COVID vaccine misinformation: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Programmatic fail Good morning! It’s not a great day for programmatic advertising, to say the least. Even as companies are launching COVID-19 vaccine awareness campaigns or helping communities suffering from the pandemic, the places where their ads are appearing might tell a d...
Tags: Google, Facebook, New York Post, Australia, Advertising, Nike, Walmart, Bloomberg, Pizza Hut, Pfizer, Robert Thomson, News Corp, Tommy Hilfiger, Kfc, Mastercard, Marketwatch


Weekend reading: William Bengen’s new five percent rule

What caught my eye this week. P erhaps if it was known as the Bengen rule, William Bengen would be more insufferable. But judging by his appearance on the Rational Reminder podcast this week, the inventor of the (in)famous 4% rule (of thumb) is a delightful human being. You’ll remember Bengen was the first to put statistical guardrails around how much a US retiree could spend from their savings to avoid running out of money. The approach seems as obvious as the merits of index funds nowadays. ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Elon Musk, UK, England, London, Australia, Israel, Marketing, US, Bloomberg, Bbc, Atlantic, Amsterdam, David Bowie, Reddit


Layoffs hit Bloomberg News

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for February 12. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:But first, a quick programming note: We'll skip the newsletter on Monday because of Presidents' Day. Enjoy the holiday!Bloomberg layoffs.Victoria's Secret's new ad agency.Rich Greenfield's new bet on video games and creators.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a l...
Tags: Apple, Media, Microsoft, Advertising, Marketing, Trends, Bloomberg, Digital Media, Streaming, Victoria, Andreessen Horowitz, Instacart, WPP, Bloomberg News, Rich Greenfield, Claire Atkinson


Twitter Reportedly Looking to Turn TweetDeck Into TweetDeck+

Under increased pressure from investors to break out of its sluggish growth, Twitter is reportedly getting serious about offering a subscription product in order to create a new revenue stream. Advertising will remain the social network’s bread and butter for the foreseeable future, but according to Bloomberg, we…Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Social Media, Bloomberg, Software, Bloomberg LP, Operating Systems, World Wide Web, Real Time Web, Text Messaging, Tweetdeck, Paywall, Business Finance, South of Market San Francisco, Social Networking Services


Paramount creates a star trek and could the Boss be in the Bowl? Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Glory days for Jeep? Only two days left until advertising’s biggest event and advertisers are still unveiling their commercials—or, in the case of Jeep, trying to keep them under tight wraps. We say trying because, despite the company’s notoriously tight-lipped approach to Sup...
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Hollywood, Washington Post, Advertising, Atlanta, Bloomberg, Cnn, Comcast, Nebraska, Fox News, Msnbc, Donald Trump, Jeff Zucker, Paramount, Eagle, Bloomberg News


Regulators must leave investors the chance to be spectacularly wrong

F inancial regulators exist to stop anyone ever losing any money and to protect us from ourselves, right? Many people seem to think so. As the GameStop drama reached its zenith, a clamour went up. “Where are the regulators? Something must be done!” My view was closer to that of the president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve: “If one group of speculators wants to have a battle of wills with another group of speculators over an individual stock, God bless them… If they make mo...
Tags: UK, London, Marketing, US, Bloomberg, Regulation, Fca, Reddit, Payment protection insurance, Trading, PPI, Lloyds, Neil Woodford, Robinhood, Gamestop, Commentary


Wall Street's frothy mood smacks brands like Macy's and Blockbuster, plus Facebook jabs Apple: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Wall Street treat Wednesday was one of those days where Wall Street was in a mood. GameStop’s unstoppable rally, fueled partly by Reddit renegades, continued to confound institutional investors. The exuberance leaked into other seemingly ob...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Instagram, White House, Advertising, General Motors, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Chicago, Switzerland, Reddit, Treasury, Cbs


The somewhat boring reason it appears that Robinhood yanked trading on some securities

After enduring a day’s worth of taking a beating across social media, government, and the various app stores of the mobile world, Robinhood took to its own blog and CEO’s Twitter account to explain why it had halted trading of some stocks earlier today. That Robinhood had restricted trading in a number of securities was bombshell news after the consumer trading platform had become synonymous with not only a rise in retail investing, but also a risky wager by some individual investors to push sha...
Tags: Startups, TC, Apps, Twitter, Money, Congress, US Government, Finance, Amc, US, Social Media, Tech, Investment, Bloomberg, Ceo, United States



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