#5Things: This week in social

This week the team is gearing up for the end of summer with some good news stories from the platforms. 
Here are the #5Things: 

TikTok Challenged Executive Order
 Reddit Reported Hate Speech Drop
Facebook Launched Educator Hub 
Pinterest Highlighted Black-Owned Businesses 
BTS Broke YouTube’s 24-Hour View Record 

Panel: Kenny Gold, Beth Rolfs, and Amanda Davis
Sources: NYT, The Verge, Digital Information World, Social Media Today, Forbes.
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Program Note: There will not be an episode next week. 

Show Notes

This week the team is gearing up for the end of summer with some good news stories from the platforms. 

Here are the #5Things: 

  1. TikTok Challenged Executive Order
  2.  Reddit Reported Hate Speech Drop
  3. Facebook Launched Educator Hub 
  4. Pinterest Highlighted Black-Owned Businesses 
  5. BTS Broke YouTube’s 24-Hour View Record 

Panel: Kenny Gold, Beth Rolfs, and Amanda Davis

Sources: NYT, The Verge, Digital Information World, Social Media Today, Forbes.

Follow the 5Things newsletter on LinkedIn

Program Note: There will not be an episode next week. 



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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