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The headlines that matter: what you should read, where, today: Instagram, Boots, Comparethemarket, Nike and more

NDA is not a news title, there are enough amazing publications in our sector that do a fantastic job covering the news each day. So our new daily roundup of the news that matters will link you directly to those stories. Click through and make sure you’re up to date on all the news that matters.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

The Drum

Instagram’s impact on mental health: will advertisers rethink the platform?

Bytedance limits screen time for minors on TikTok in China and urges parents’ involvement

BUSINESS INSIDER

Facebook fires back at damning Wall Street Journal reports that accuse the company of being ‘riddled with flaws’

Performance Marketing World

 The performance marketing world this week: Facebook uses AI to replace Apple’s data void

MARKETING 

The Drum

MTV Study: marketing to the Indian youth in a post-pandemic world

Campaign

 Comparethemarket.com launches biggest campaign since ‘Meerkats’ 2009 debut

TV

AdWeek

 Broadcasters Expect Linear Bounce Back This Season After Pandemic Ratings Plummet

SUSTAINABILITY

Digiday

Media Buying Briefing: ‘Accountability is just going to spread’: Agencies agree carbon-neutral goals are a must

GAMING

Digiday

With user-generated content on the rise, platforms are emerging to support this new type of creator

AGENCY

Campaign

Boots launches agency to assist partner brands

BUSINESS

Campaign

 Engine Creative snaps up Charlie Hurrell from Pablo London

Bountiful Cow hires Guardian ad chief as new CEO

Mediatel Snap hires Facebook exec for new EMEA marketing role

Marketing Week

Amazon and Nike advertise on conspiracy websites

BIG TECH

FT

Big tech companies snap up smaller rivals at record pace

The Times

British tech firms leave Europe behind, report by Tech Nation and Dealroom suggests

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