Facebook will begin hiding ‘likes’ on its own site in Australia, extending the trial that began on Instagram some months ago.
The latest trial will be exclusive to Australia and will start rolling out today, as users will no longer see the number or likes, reactions and videos on other’s posts.
Likes will only be visible to the author of the post.
Free TV has welcomed the federal government’s ongoing commitment to ensuring that all Australians can access their local free television services on connected TVs through the introduction of legislation to implement a prominence framework in coming days. Free TV CEO Bridget Fair (lead image) said: “Right now, Australian viewers are being steered in the direction […]
You’d be forgiven for thinking that radio presenters had already reached their creative potential by livening up the morning commute of drivers across the country, but that is not the case. About ten years ago, Nova 96.9 presenter Michael “Wippa” Wipfli realised that he had a saucy, undiscovered talent, just waiting to come out. The […]
Burger King in the UK has taken a unique approach to Christmas, releasing a Christmas carol sung by a car satnav. The campaign, by London agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty, includes an almost eight-minute remake of Chris Rea’s hit “Driving Home for Christmas” that it’s retitled “Driving (Thru The) Home (Of The Whopper)”. The hypnotic track […]