David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and the digital industry as a whole since 2009. He previously served as editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes. David graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and previously held positions with Broadcasting and Cable and Multichannel News.
Here Are the First Recipients of Grants From the TikTok Creator Fund
The video-creation platform will kick in over $1 billion in the U.S. over the next three years.
U.K. Orders Facebook to Appoint Formal Hold Separate Manager for Giphy
The Competition and Market Authority is concerned that its independence is being compromised.
WNBA, Twitter Extend Livestreaming Pact to Cover 2020 Season
10 games will be featured on @WNBA, with alternative commentators.
Snapchat Unveils Research on Its Users’ Holiday Shopping Season Plans
Planning begins an average of two to three months before Christmas.
Facebook Removed 9 Networks in July for Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior
798 accounts, 259 Instagram accounts, 669 pages, 69 groups.
TikTok Details Measures to Protect 2020 U.S. Presidential Election
The video-creation platform takes aim at deepfakes, coordinated inauthentic activity.
Facebook Releases Graph API v8.0, Marketing API v8.0
The social network detailed updates to its app review process.
Twitter to Label Tweets From Key Government Officials, State-Affiliated Media Entities
It only applies to China, France, the Russian Federation, the U.K. and the U.S., for now.
Instagram Reels Makes Its Official U.S. Debut: Here’s What You Need to Know
The new feature emerges as its inspiration, TikTok, comes under heavy fire from the Trump administration.
Facebook Extends Branded Content Tag to Public Groups
Admins can now publish posts in partnership with or on behalf of advertisers.
LinkedIn Takes Steps to Help Laid-Off Employees Find New Roles
A Recent Alumni section was added to its page.
Facebook to Lease All 730,000 Square Feet of Office Space in The Farley Building
The big New York real estate move comes just weeks after a commitment to remote work.
Twitter Braces for FTC Fine of $150 Million to $250 Million
The commission is investigating the social network’s use of phone numbers for ad targeting.