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Amazon Links Gift Card Delivery to Facebook Walls

Seattle - Amazon.com on Tuesday added the ability for customers to send personalized Amazon.com gift cards to Facebook users. Customers can connect to their Facebook account...

Microsoft Teams is getting fake coffee shops, breakout rooms, and custom...

The Verge reports: "Microsoft is expanding its new Together Mode for Microsoft Teams soon, allowing co-workers to pretend they’re holding meetings in coffee shops,...

U.S. Ad Market to “Nearly Stabilize” in Second Half: Study

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "The U.S. advertising market will "nearly stabilize" in the second half of the year with a 2 percent decline "as...

LinkedIn launches Stories, plus Zoom, BlueJeans and Teams video integrations as...

TechCrunch reports: "With the employment market remaining sluggish as the world continues to struggle with Covid-19, a company that has built its popular businesses...

ViacomCBS Looking to Sell CNET for $500 Million to Digital-Marketing Firm

Variety reports: "ViacomCBS wants to offload CNET, the tech news and reviews division of CBS Interactive, and the media conglomerate is in talks to...

Why The Hollywood Reporter Is Changing Its TV Ratings Coverage

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "With morning numbers giving a less complete snapshot of viewing than ever, a new approach is overdue." Read more

Unity raises IPO price range after JFrog, Snowflake target steep debut...

TechCrunch reports: "On the heels of two IPOs pricing above raised ranges, Unity boosted the value of its own impending debut this morning. The...

Which Struggling Hollywood Stocks Have an Upside This Year?

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "While it was a brutal first half of the year for most media stocks, Wall Street observers are bullish on...

TV News Roundup: CBS Entertainment Merges Alternative Programming and Specials Departments

Variety reports: "In today’s TV News Roundup, CBS Entertainment announced it is merging its alternative programming and specials departments, and Hulu announced the premiere...

‘Quite cynical’: Publishers leery about Google’s $1 billion news licensing pot

Digiday reports: "Google will pay $1 billion to publishers over three years as part of its Google News Initiative from Thursday, starting with publishers...