Daily January 10
2020’s social justice movement has transitioned from a raging boil to a steady simmer as companies continue trying to make good on the wave of DE&I promises made since the murder of George Floyd. Now Black and minority-owned agencies grapple with a different issue: Navigating and sustaining the surge in business brought in by the aftermath. This is the sixth story in a Digiday series that will look at the people and companies at the center of media’s defining storylines. Read more below.
- As the industry continues to push DE&I initiatives, Black and minority-owned businesses grapple with the influx of work.
- How Catalina has struck partnerships with a host of media companies and ad-tech providers to transform into an omnichannel provider of data, insights and audiences. More in this Digiday+ Media Buying Briefing.
- The Rundown: How The Markup and Mozilla will track Facebook tracking its (opted-in) users.
- How Shutterfly is reintroducing itself to younger shoppers.