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Senior citizen ‘Granfluencers’ are making it rain on Instagram
They're Instagrannies.
DirecTV to become standalone company through $16B AT&T, TPG deal
Telecom giant AT&T has inked a deal with private equity firm TPG that calls for struggling satellite TV provider DirecTV to become a standalone company. The deal calls for AT&T to sell a 30 percent stake in DirecTV, AT&T TV and its U-Verse to TPG in exchange for $1.8 billion in cash. The transaction values...
First commercial showing lactating breasts to air during Golden Globes
It's believed to be the first commercial ever to show lactating breasts on television.
Facebook exec withdraws from race for LA Times top editor post
Anne Kornblut, a former Washington Post Pulitzer Prize winner who now works for Facebook, is the latest candidate to pull out of the race for top job at the Los Angeles Times, Media Ink has learned. Kornblut withdrew her name from the running following a Feb. 19 report in the Wall Street Journal that LA...
Disinformation hearing witness Soledad O’Brien has history of falling for disinformation
A journalist who has perpetuated multiple conspiracy theories on social media will serve as one of House Democrats’ witnesses at Wednesday’s hearing on misinformation in the media. Soledad O’Brien, a former CNN anchor turned media critic, will speak before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology as part of the Congressional probe...
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Australian lawmakers push ahead with news law after Facebook concessions
Australian lawmakers advanced a bill that effectively will force Google and Facebook to pay media companies for news content, clearing the last major hurdle for legislation that could set precedents for government policies worldwide. The bill, which was amended and green-lighted by Australia’s Senate, will return to its House of Representatives, where it is expected...
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