Daily April 29
Amid mounting privacy laws and the internet’s largest platforms implementing strict data curbs, internal discussions within the IAB Tech Lab aim to establish an accountability framework to help members better coordinate their policies across the globe.
Also in the news:
- Legacy publishers like The New York Times and The Washington Post are testing out personalized sections on their homepages to get readers to consume more content to both convert and retain subscribers.
- The Rundown: Roku’s active account base reaches 61 million, but growth was weighed down by ongoing supply chain issues.
- A pair of research studies on the topic of attention metrics reach similar conclusions about the importance of it as a KPI — but diverge on the timing of its adoption.
- Over the last two years, apartment rental website Apartments.com has retooled its media strategy, moving away from being linear TV dominant to a more diversified approach. Here’s a look at its strategy.
From our sister site, WorkLife:
- Why workers are leaving Big Tech for more purposeful career — and life — paths.