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  • AT&T Look to Sell Xandr; GlobalBees Raise $150m

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: AT&T rush to sell off Xandr; GlobalBees raise USD $150m in a series A funding round; and Netflix beat subscriber and revenue expectations, but miss their target earnings.   AT&T in rush to sell Xandr ad tech [...]

  • Twitter Launch "Blue" Subscription; Netflix in Podcast Push

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: Twitter launch a new consumer-focused subscription service called “Twitter Blue”; Netflix are reportedly looking to expand their podcast catalogue; and MobiTV are set to be acquired by competitor TiVo.   Twitter trial “Blue” subscription service Twitter have launched [...]

  • Microsoft in Talks Over $10bn Discord Acquisition; ironSource and Thoma Bravo Merge

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: Microsoft reportedly enter talks to acquire Discord for at least USD $10bn; app economy business platform ironSource merge with Thoma Bravo Advantage; and Netflix are rumoured to be contemplating licensing their original series to linear [...]

  • Google Acquires Fitbit; $80bn Spent on More 5G Airwaves

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in ad tech from around the globe. In this edition: Google takes over Fitbit, despite ongoing protests against the acquisition; the FCC rakes in $80bn in a 5G airwaves auction; [...]

  • US Opposes Australia's Media Bill; Netflix Exceeds Q4 Projections

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: the US Office of Trade Representative voices opposition to Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code; Netflix reports out-performing subscriber and revenue forecasts for Q4 2020; and ad-supported media sees engagement decline in the US and beyond.   US [...]

  • CPRA Passes into Law; Netflix Trials Linear Channel

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: the CPRA passes into law thanks to a narrow majority; Netflix trials a new linear channel in France; and Apple introduces “nutrition labels” to make apps’ privacy policies clearer.   CPRA passes vote The people of California have [...]

  • DOJ Files Antitrust Suit Against Google; Snap Exceeds Q3 Expectations

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: the US Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Google, accusing the tech heavyweight of anticompetitive business practices; Snap over-achieves in Q3, beating analysts’ revenue and user predictions; and Netflix misses its Q3 subscriber [...]

  • EU Looks to Injunctions to Resolve Antitrust Cases; Havas Launches E-Commerce Offering

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: the head of the EU Commission announces that the competitions authority may make more use of injunctions in order to resolve antitrust cases; Havas Media has launched a global e-commerce offering, Havas Market; and US [...]

  • Facebook Threatens Ban of News Content in Australia; US-TikTok Deal Close to Completion

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: Facebook Australia states it will block news from its platforms in response to the ACCC’s new code; ByteDance is reportedly close to reaching a deal for a US takeover of popular video app TikTok; and [...]

  • Netflix Sees Subscriptions Wobble in APAC; TikTok Pulls Away from UK

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in ad tech from around the globe. In this edition: Netflix struggles to capitalise off of its growth in APAC; TikTok pulls out of talks over setting up its non-China [...]