Facebook Feature du Jour: As you are probably aware by now, Facebook has announced yet another startling feature that many are not happy about having to get used to (which is the usual response to Facebook changes): “timeline.” Facebook has presented timeline as a fond catalogue of your whole Facebook past, a place to “tell your story.” It’s like a personal scrapbook of your (Facebook) life: you choose a cover photo, mark life events like marriage and moving to a new place. You can add apps to your timeline that let you interact with friends through the activities you post. For example, you can listen to a song your friend has put on their timeline. But is this really necessary? Well, of course not. Nothing that Facebook enables us to do is really necessary. So the real question is, is this a good thing?
Cell Service on Subways?: Cell phone service is coming to several subway platforms in New York City. Finally! Right? Or will this make subway platforms loud and annoying? Talk amongst yourselves. AM New York
Unlikely Twitter Trends: Yesterday one of the top-trending topics on Twitter in the U.S. was #replacefilmnameswithdildo. Yes, that’s right. It comes from the popular Twitter pastime of replacing one word for another. Good job everyone. The Daily Dot
Tumblr of the Day: Here’s one for the foodies. Eataku
Video of the Day: Andy Samberg as the Zuck during the opening the f8 conference.
The Washington Post invests in climate coverage as its team expands to over 30 journalists
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Soccer media business Footballco has spent most of 2022 trying to make hay while the sun is shining.
Publishers continue to evaluate cost-cutting in Q4, with economic and budgetary pressures mounting
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Publishers' third quarter earning reports are in.
A new entrant in the data-driven linear TV measurement space aims to fill a gap left by Microsoft’s Xandr
As Xandr shuts down its Clypd platform, datafuelX's M3 SaaS product aims to solve some of the multi-currency, multi-platform problems with investing in convergent TV today.