• Tue, 21 Nov 2017 10:50:22 +0000: Your Tuesday Wake-Up Call: A Hidden Agenda in Starbucks' Holiday Cups? Plus, a Bain-WPP Truce - Advertising Age - Latest News

    No smoking: Starting this weekend, anti-smoking messages will air on U.S. prime time TV and they're paid for by Big Tobacco, The Associated Press reports.

    Semi-retirement: Rob Norman, global chief digital officer of GroupM, is leaving his full-time role but will continue on as an advisor, Ad Age's Megan Graham reports.

    Bell Pottinger: Hanover Group, a communications consultancy, has acquired the Mideast assets of Bell Pottinger, the disgraced British PR firm, The Financial Times reports.

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  • Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:50:36 +0000: Workplace by Facebook Now Offers Group Video Chat - Adweek Feed
    The group video chat feature that was promised for Workplace by Facebook last month is now here. Vice president of Workplace by Facebook Julien Codorniou announced the group video chat feature in an Oct. 26 blog post, saying at the time, "In the coming weeks, we'll update Workplace Chat to include support for group video...
  • Tue, 21 Nov 2017 02:50:36 +0000: Workplace by Facebook Now Offers Group Video Chat - Adweek Feed
    The group video chat feature that was promised for Workplace by Facebook last month is now here. Vice president of Workplace by Facebook Julien Codorniou announced the group video chat feature in an Oct. 26 blog post, saying at the time, "In the coming weeks, we'll update Workplace Chat to include support for group video...
  • Mon, 20 Nov 2017 22:40:34 +0000: 330 Million People Connected With SMBs via Facebook Messenger for the First Time in 2017 - Adweek Feed
    Facebook Messenger and other messaging applications aren't just for communicating with friends and family anymore. The social network said in a Newsroom post that 63 percent of respondents to a Nielsen survey said their messaging with businesses increased over the past two years, while 67 percent expect to message businesses even more in the next...
  • Mon, 20 Nov 2017 22:40:34 +0000: 330 Million People Connected With SMBs via Facebook Messenger for the First Time in 2017 - Adweek Feed
    Facebook Messenger and other messaging applications aren't just for communicating with friends and family anymore. The social network said in a Newsroom post that 63 percent of respondents to a Nielsen survey said their messaging with businesses increased over the past two years, while 67 percent expect to message businesses even more in the next...