#5Things: This week in social

Smile for the Thumbnail! YouTube is reportedly paying podcasters to create filmed content for the platform, Amazon launches a new audio app, Twitter drops a new trend report and more on this weeks #5Things!

YouTube Reportedly Paying Podcasters to Create Filmed Content
(Tommy) Amazon Launches Amp, a Radio Service Music App
(Amanda) Twitter Drops 2022 Conversation Trends Report
(Tommy) Report Details The Importance of First Party Authentication with Influencer Marketing
(Amanda) Instagram Launches Updated Creator Tags to Provide More Credit for Content Contributors

Sources: The Verge, Twitter, Forbes, Social media Today
Hosts: Joey Scarillo, Amanda Davis, and Tommy Boyce
Email us: Podcasts@Grey.com

Show Notes

Smile for the Thumbnail! YouTube is reportedly paying podcasters to create filmed content for the platform, Amazon launches a new audio app, Twitter drops a new trend report and more on this weeks #5Things!


  1. YouTube Reportedly Paying Podcasters to Create Filmed Content
  2. (Tommy) Amazon Launches Amp, a Radio Service Music App
  3. (Amanda) Twitter Drops 2022 Conversation Trends Report
  4. (Tommy) Report Details The Importance of First Party Authentication with Influencer Marketing
  5. (Amanda) Instagram Launches Updated Creator Tags to Provide More Credit for Content Contributors

Sources: The Verge, Twitter, Forbes, Social media Today

Hosts: Joey Scarillo, Amanda Davis, and Tommy Boyce

Email us: Podcasts@Grey.com

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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