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Asia-Pacific Marketing Wrap

Girl PR Rebrands As Girl Communications, bandt.com.au

Delacon Launches Call Analytics In India, bandt.com.au

Advertisers should always remember the power of optimism, mumbrella.com.au

Qantas and Rugby Australia were wrong to try to gag Israel Folau, mumbrella.com.au

‘The travel marketing industry is using AI like a drunk uses a lamp post’, mumbrella.asia

Amazon launches Alexa Agency Plan, campaignasia.com

Study: Aussie Advertising Jobs Set To Soar (Although Don’t Expect A Pay Rise), bandt.com.au

AANA launches quarterly index on Australians’ attitudes to advertising, mumbrella.com.au

Global Marketing Wrap

Adidas Created Personalized Videos for 30,000 Boston Marathon Runners in 24 Hours, adweek.com

CVS debuts beauty campaign free of airbrushing, adage.com

Under Armour and The Rock Elevate a New Generation of Role Models With ‘Will Finds a Way’, adweek.com

Ad tech firms are quitting Europe, blaming the GDPR (often as a scapegoat), digiday.com

How 3 Brands Brought Tech to Life at Coachella, adweek.com

What Human Teams Can Learn From Machine Learning Marketing Algorithms, adweek.com

WPP’s Co-COO Mark Read Reassures Staff in Post-Sorrell Memo Sent to All 200,000 Employees, adweek.com

National Geographic’s Upfront Pitch Highlights Power of Storytelling, and Returning Franchises, adweek.com

How Discovery gets people to average 75 minutes with its TV apps, digiday.com

‘It’s certainly never going to end’: How Chase polices brand safety on YouTube, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law, theguardian.com

Fake it till you make it: meet the wolves of Instagram |Symeon Brown, theguardian.com

How Europe's 'breakthrough' privacy law takes on Facebook and Google, theguardian.com

Minds Is the Anti-Facebook That Pays You For Your Time, wired.com

Can data science save social media?, techcrunch.com

Sources and job listings show Facebook is building a team to design its own chips for AI, joining the trend among tech giants to lower dependence on chipmakers, bloomberg.com

Instagram Stories have become traffic drivers for publishers and influencers, digiday.com

Snapchat just proved why lenses are a bigger deal than Stories, mashable.com

Facebook has effectively turned off its API, facebook.com

Scuttlebutt, a Decentralized Alternative to Facebook, inthemesh.com

All In

Savedroid back online: it was just a bad joke not a coin scam, savedroid.com

Since 2016, Half of All Coral in the Great Barrier Reef Has Died, theatlantic.com

Inc. 30 Under 30, inc.com

Amazon worker’s median pay in 2017: $28,446, seattletimes.com

Amazon Reboots the Studio Where ‘Citizen Kane’ and ‘E.T.’ Were Made, nytimes.com

How Much Is a Word Worth?, medium.com

The Woman Who Leads NightWatch, Google's Internal Privacy Strike Force, gizmodo.com

Russia appears to have surrendered to SpaceX in the global launch market, arstechnica.com

Your Looks and Your Inbox (2009), okcupid.com

What homelessness looks like for my mom, curbed.com

Palantir Knows Everything About You, bloomberg.com

Sources: Netflix has considered buying movie theaters in New York and Los Angeles, including Landmark Theatres, but the price was too high, latimes.com