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Facebook Autoplay Videos Will Soon Play With Sound, if That’s What You Want

The digital company aims to have the feature rolled out globally by the end of 2017.

Facebook’s TV App Gives Content Creators Yet Another Way to Get Their Work Seen

It's another option for creators to leverage yet another platform in hopes of becoming a standout star, and original programming could soon follow.

Viacom Is Swapping Its Elaborate Upfront Spectacles for Intimate Dinners With Its CEO

The company, which threw five upfront events last year, will shift to intimate gatherings with agencies beginning in March.

Google Maps Now Lets You Create Lists of Places to Share With Friends

With this update, users can now search for a destination in Google Maps, tap the business' name and tap "Save" to add the place to a list.

Melissa McCarthy Kia Spot Is This Week’s Most Digitally Engaging Ad

The chart-topping Kia spot has McCarthy starring as a hapless eco-warrior. The Super Bowl ad has had more than 900 post-game airings.

Pinterest Proves It’s Serious About Search With Its Addition of Google’s Randy Keller

Pinterest followed up its introduction of three visual discovery features last week with the addition of a former Google Search lead to oversee them as the social network’s new head of search.

Reuters TV Releases 4 New Digital Promos, Hoping to Reach a Mobile-First Audience

The ads are aimed at an audience of smart, young professionals who want to stay informed.

Apple Shifts Global Marketing Strategy, Restructures Its Relationship With TBWA\Media Arts Lab

The world's most valuable company will be producing more social-first work targeting local audiences.

After SNL’s Highest Ratings in 6 Years, NBC Prepares the Show’s First Branded Content Spots

As part of this season's 30% reduction in ad load, the show's first two branded content pods will air in the coming weeks.

YouTube Kids Is Celebrating Turning Two With Four Original Series and a Smart TV App

YouTube Kids is growing up, celebrating its second birthday with four new original series for the Google-owned video site’s YouTube Red service, as well as the announcement that its application is “coming soon” to smart TVs.