The Radice Files — Episode 27 “Be Amazed, be very amazed”
Have you heard the one about Trump and Facebook?
Sure, everybody knows this by now…but it’s worth repeating.
Facebook’s Oversight Board ruled that the indefinite suspension of Trump was arbitrary, but only ordered a reevaluation of Trump’s ban within six months.
Facebook’s Oversight Board said it will uphold the ban on former President Donald Trump’s account for now, but the ruling must be reviewed in six months.
In other news…
CBS News chiefs Neeraj Khemlani and Wendy McMahon want to combine national newsgathering with feet on the ground in local markets.
The New York Times added just just 301,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2021, according to its Wednesday earnings release.
From Netflix and Disney+ to Spotify and Apple Music, which streaming service has the most monthly paid subscriptions?
Customers of U.S. banks will soon be able to buy, hold and sell bitcoin through existing accounts, according to NYDIG.
YouTube today gave advertisers a sneak peek at its plans to make its video platform more shoppable. The company will soon be introducing a new interactive feature aimed at advertisers, called brand extensions, which will allow YouTube viewers to learn more about a product they see on the screen with a click of a button. […]
NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises said it has created a studio dedicated to producing programming for streaming platforms.
Half of America is smitten with Jen Psaki, while a swath of the White House press corps sounds quite taken with how polite she is.
Lockdown is lifting — to be replaced by mandatory MCU movies from now until eternity, from Black Panther 2 to Ant-Man 3, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 to Thor 4. And more …