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YouTube has announced an expansion of its upfront and seasonal sponsorship offerings on YouTube Select in the U.S.
Twitter is looking to increase engagement on Fleets with a new feature that lets you add videos or images as backgrounds in your Fleets.
Facebook has announced several new audio features, tools, and monetization options to capitalize on the audio chat trend.
Facebook is extending its data portability options, allowing you to now transfer posts and notes to Google Docs, Blogger, and WordPress.
As VR content expands beyond gaming, Facebook is bringing support for subscriptions on the Oculus Quest platform.
Entire Discord servers can now be classified as 18+ with an NSFW designation that server owners can apply on their own.
Facebook is making it easier for businesses to manage their presence across apps, letting them schedule Facebook and Instagram Stories.
Snapchat is collaborating with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to bring five augmented reality monuments to Los Angeles.
Apple has updated its Find My app to allow third-party products, giving users the ability to locate more things on its network.
The new TikTok Video Editor makes it easy for advertisers to easily and effortlessly create native TikTok video ads.