Tag Archives: facebook

Zuckerberg begins Facebook’s case for the defence

Here are some supposed highlights from Faceboook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s first day of testimony before the US Congress following the Cambridge Analytica data mis-use revelations (87m users had their information hacked). Not much new here from a contrite Zuckerberg although ...

Read More »

Young audience drops TV, live events on the up says Deloitte

New ITV boss Carolyn McCall is just settling into her new plush new seat at the the UK’s biggest free-to-air broadcaster but she might not be too pleased to see the latest report from Deloitte’s technology, media and telecoms practice ...

Read More »

Google and Facebook eye Christmas ads bonanza

So what has happened to the Christmas ads missing millions? Last week we noted that YouTube views seems to be down across the piece and it seems that the same has happened to Facebook shares (bigger numbers than YouTube in ...

Read More »

Crowd-funding is Pemsell’s key to the rescue of the Guardian

Has the Guardian finally found a viable future as a crowd-funded news organisation? Readers of Guardian online will have noticed bits in yellow at the bottom of each story saying “while you’re here,” inviting you to send money to support ...

Read More »

Snapchat leads social media ad growth, Facebook lags

We all knew that social media is taking over the advertising world but new numbers from consultancy 4C, via its platform 4C Social which analyses nearly $250m in media spend from over 1000 individual brands, shows that it’s not all ...

Read More »