Facebook Expands Availability of Local Alerts in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic Facebook is expanding access to its local alerts feature to more municipal governments, state and local emergency response organizations and law enforcement agencies in order to help them share timely and accurate information in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The social network
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European Travel to U.S. Banned, NBA Season Suspended Due to Coronavirus: Thursday’s First Things First
European Travel to U.S. Banned, NBA Season Suspended Due to Coronavirus: Thursday’s First Things First Welcome to First Things First, Adweek's new daily resource for marketers. We'll be publishing the content to First Things First on Adweek.com each morning (like this post), but if you prefer that it come straight to your inbox, you can
Jumpstarting a Pilot B2B Influencer Marketing Program in 5 Steps The hardest part is getting started. Has there ever been a more relatable expression? I know we can all think of a task or obligation that we put off endlessly out of some perceived dread, only to find that once we actually buckled down and
Trump Bans European Travel to U.S. Amid Coronavirus Pandemic In a rare prime-time Oval Office address, President Trump announced the U.S. is suspending air travel from Europe to the United States due to concerns around the spread of the coronavirus. The suspension of passenger travel, which will go into effect Friday at midnight, will last
Nextdoor Enables Local Public Agencies to Bring Relevant Coronavirus Information to Their Areas Neighborhood social network Nextdoor shared ways that local public agencies can deliver information related to the coronavirus pandemic on a hyper-local basis. Nextdoor said it has been "in ongoing contact" with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health
Twitter Makes Several Changes to Its Developer Policy Twitter detailed several updates to its developer policy Wednesday. Head of API (application-programming interface) policy Donald Hamblock said in a blog post that since the social network implemented its new developer review process in July 2018, it has reviewed over 1 million developer applications for API access,
Q&A: How AI Is Expected to Have a Trillion Economic Impact by 2035 Artificial intelligence is expected to create more value for global businesses than the current worth of the entire United States economy over the next 15 years. That figure--$19.2 trillion--comes from an economic model commissioned for a new book called The AI Age
Cannes Lions, Still on for June, Secures Backup Dates in October The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the advertising world's most high-profile event, announced today it has secured a contingency plan to move from June to October in the event that COVID-19's spread has not been adequately contained. The festival says it will decide
Disney, WarnerMedia and AMC Networks Join AT&T’s OpenAP Rival, Xandr Invest OpenAP is no longer the only audience targeting platform offering with backing from multiple media companies. Xandr, AT&T's advanced advertising company, said today that Disney, WarnerMedia and AMC Networks have signed onto the next iteration of its Xandr Invest buying platform--which will enable advertisers
Why YouTube Users Watched What They Watched in the Past 24 Hours YouTube asked more than 12,000 people worldwide between the ages of 13 and 64 why they watched what they had watched in the past 24 hours and shared its findings in a Think With Google blog post. The participants watched a wide variety