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April 15, 2021 51 min
Digital Ad Market Update: 4/2 - 4/15 2021

Matt and Joe return to the studio for an extra-long episode to make up for last week's hiatus. Tune in for a breakdown on everything marketing, tech, and culture-related - all in 52 minutes or less.

Top Stories:
Humans have been scared of robots taking over for decades, but now it's actually happening, except it's not the world - it's the NFT game.

With COVID vaccines being at the forefront of national attention, so have the memes, but are memes enough to sway public opinion? Are the people posting the memes working for big pharma? We have some thoughts.

When a national media event happens, big brands tend to jump into the conversation, even when they are not involved in the matter. In this segment, we ask: is it marketing or advocacy?

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