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Reddit ran its own Super Bowl ad this year. It was only five seconds long but had a big message for the world.
Reddit and Oracle Data Cloud are teaming up to bring independent, third-party verification of Reddit ad views.
Reddit is partnering with NewsWhip to help journalists and media find Reddit content for stories, quotes, reactions, and expertise.
Reddit announced the launch of Image Galleries - a new post type that lets users include up to 20 images and GIFs in a single post.
Reddit has launched a 12-week online advertising school program, including a range of topics like copywriting, PR, social media marketing, and more.
Reddit has announced Start Chatting, a new chat feature that lets users join randomly-generated group chats of up to five people from the same Subreddits.
Reddit announced it's making changes to the way political advertising works on its platform and launching an effort dedicated to political ads transparency.
Reddit recently launched Polls, a new post type that encourages users on the platform to more easily share their opinion by voting.
A new partnership between Reddit and Tagboard allows for TV broadcasters to source Reddit community-generated content and share it on screen.
Reddit has announced updates to its impersonation policy to ensure it's prepared for bad actors trying to manipulate its platform with malicious deepfakes.
Reddit announced that it's updating its harassment and bullying policy in order to be more responsive to its users' reporting.
Reddit has announced several improvements to its video ads: mobile landing page experience, more aspect ratios, and referral URLs for CPV campaigns.
After testing for the last few months, Reddit has officially launched Community Awards, a feature the lets subreddits create and hand out their own awards.