If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.
- NBC will not air the 2022 Golden Globes awards and called on its organizer, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, to make reforms.
- The decision comes after the Los Angeles Times reported on financial practices and a lack of diversity at the HFPA.
- The Globes have also been criticized by stars like Scarlett Johansson.
Apple just made a major hire on its ad-platforms team, and it's the latest sign of the company's growing advertising ambitions
- Former Facebook product manager and "Chaos Monkeys" author Antonio García Martínez has joined Apple, Lara O'Reilly reports.
- The move marks the latest signal that
Appleis looking to grow its fledgling advertising business while making it hard for advertisers to target its mobile users.
- Apple's been hiring ad experts and just rolled out a new ad format.
WarnerMedia's tech leadership powers businesses like HBO Max and Xandr. Here are the 10 most powerful execs under its CTO
- Insider identified the top tech execs at WarnerMedia.
- They report to Richard Tom, a frequent collaborator of
WarnerMediaCEO Jason Kilar.
- They include AT&T and Warner Bros. veterans, Xandr execs, as well as some Hulu alums.
- Vice Media Targets Valuation of Nearly $3 Billion in Proposed SPAC Deal (WSJ)
- 40 state attorneys general sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg urging Facebook to abandon plans to build an Instagram app for kids under 13 (Insider)
- "You may never see those numbers again": Can cable news pass the post-Trump test? (Vanity Fair)
- Shopify employees found a noose emoji uploaded to Slack. Its CEO then silenced internal discussions. (Insider)
- Apple TV+ has released shows to critical acclaim and word-of-mouth buzz after stumbling at launch (Insider)
- Amazon and Walmart are facing off on a new battleground: healthcare (Insider)