David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering the digital industry since 2009 and was previously editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of June 19: 2017 BET Awards in a Landslide

The 2017 BET Awards dominated the week of June 19 in the Nielsen Social Content Ratings, totaling 10.497 million interactions across Facebook and Twitter while no other TV series, special or sports event broke 1 million.

YouTube Unveiled YouTube Studio (Beta) at VidCon

YouTube didn’t forget about its creators during its series of announcements at VidCon.

4 Internet Giants Formed the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube are joining forces.

Uptime, the Google App That Lets Users Watch YouTube Videos Together, Is Now Open to All

Uptime, the invite-only iOS application Google’s Area 120 startup incubator launched in March to enable users to share and watch YouTube videos in real-time with each other, is no longer invite-only.

Instagram Is Testing a Way for Users to Share Posts, Stories With Their ‘Favorites’

Instagram is testing a Favorites feature, which allows users to designate a group of friends to share posts and Stories with.

Facebook Messenger Just Added Four New Features for Video Chats

Facebook Messenger ushered in the new week by announcing four new features Monday morning.

LinkedIn President of China Derek Shen Steps Down

LinkedIn president of China Derek Shen has left the professional network.

Twitter Head of Sport, Australia Jonno Simpson Makes an Unscriptd Departure

Jonno Simpson, head of sport for Twitter Australia, left the company to assume the role of sports marketing director, Australasia, at global athlete publishing company Unscriptd.

The 8 Stages to Snapchat’s Extremely Buzzy 3-Year Ride at Cannes

From candid remarks to a Ferris wheel, it's been an intriguing run.

A Stand-Alone App for Creators of Facebook Live Videos Is on Its Way

Facebook is developing a stand-alone application for creators of Facebook Live videos, which will debut as an update to its stand-alone Facebook Mentions app for celebrities, public figures and journalists.