#5Things: This week in social

A key takeaway from TikTok World, YouTube censors their content, Facebook puts Instagram Kids App on the back burner, and so much more.
The 5 Things:

Facebook Halts Development on Instagram Kids App 
YouTube Bans All Vaccine Misinformation 
Twitter Tests Options to Help Users Avoid Negative In-App Interactions 
Australia Rules Media Companies Are Liable for Replies to Facebooks Posts 
TikTok Introduces New Creative Tools for Brand Campaigns 

    Sources: The Verge, New York Times, Social Media Today

Show Notes

A key takeaway from TikTok World, YouTube censors their content, Facebook puts Instagram Kids App on the back burner, and so much more.

The 5 Things:

  1. Facebook Halts Development on Instagram Kids App 
  2. YouTube Bans All Vaccine Misinformation 
  3. Twitter Tests Options to Help Users Avoid Negative In-App Interactions 
  4. Australia Rules Media Companies Are Liable for Replies to Facebooks Posts 
  5. TikTok Introduces New Creative Tools for Brand Campaigns 

    Sources: The Verge, New York Times, Social Media Today


Creators & Guests

Host
Joey Scarillo
Producer
Danielle Hunt

What is #5Things: This week in social?

Each week Grey brings you five important things happening in the world of social and digital media.
 
This round table panel covers platform updates, creative inspiration, stories in the news, and more.
 
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