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What you need to read today: Publishers filling the Black history educational void, TikTok’s misogyny crackdown, and more

New Digital Age highlights some of the best stories you should read across the media, marketing, and advertising press.

DEI

Digiday

‘Not just Black history. American history’: How publishers are using Black History Month to cover the past that isn’t being taught in schools

Amid attempts to prevent critical race theory from being taught in schools, publishers like Blavity, The Root and The Washington Post are stepping in to fill the void.

Marketing

The Drum

How ‘buy now, pay later’ marketing is shaking up the finance sector

Blue, the color of trust, has long been the go-to hue of financial marketing. That was until Klarna showed up with its millennial pink and Snoop Dogg in tow, looking to dismantle the sector. 

Advertising

The Drum

World Creative Rankings: the most creative countries in advertising

The World Creative Rankings, in partnership with Twitch, is the definitive guide to advertising’s most creative brands, agencies and people. After revealing the agencies and creatives that topped the board, The Drum has combed through the data to see which countries have the most successful advertising scene.

Meta

AdExchanger

Meta Claims Underreporting For iOS Web Conversions Is Now Down From 15% to 8%

It’s been hard to rely on Meta’s measurement since Apple released its AppTrackingTransparency framework last year.

Social Media

The Wall Street Journal

TikTok Bans Misogyny, Misgendering in Attempt to Clean Up Platform

Social-media company moves to clarify the hateful ideologies it prohibits following calls by LGBT and civil-society advocates.

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