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Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Sources: Disney will not accept ads about alcohol, politics, or rival studios on the ad-supported tier of Disney+
Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Analysis of top Facebook posts from 9 US local TV stations: only 9.9% had video, community stories were popular, sports posts performed below average, and more
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Kevin Mayer and Tom Staggs' Candle Media acquires ATTN:, a profitable digital content publisher focused on social change content, sources say for $150M
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