#5Things: This Week in Social

Oops! the team spends more than half of the episode talking about the toxic way Britney was treated. If you think "gimme more" lucky for you, we have all of your 5 Things:
  1. Britney Spears Documentary Fueled #FreeBritney Social Media Movement
  2. Twitter Removed Ads Transparency Center
  3. YouTube launched new destination for sports fans
  4. Instagram Launched ‘Recently Deleted’
  5. TikTok Added Misinformation Labels
Sources: LA Times, Social Media Today, YouTube Official Blog, Instagram, The Guardian
Hosts: Kenny Gold, Beth Rolfs, and Amanda Davis
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Creators & Guests

Joey Scarillo
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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