Verizon enlists Beyonće for Super Bowl ad, aiming to test network limits

Telecoms giant Verizon has teamed up with Beyonće in its Super Bowl LVIII campaign to highlight the strength of Verizon’s network. The 60-second campaign, which premiered last night, features the


Verizon appoints ex-Twitter CMO as new marketing boss

Verizon has named Leslie Berland as Chief Marketing Officer, effective 9 January 2024. Berland has over 20 years of experience in strategic and creative marketing, having held senior positions at


The Met teams up with Verizon for AR art experience

The Met Unframed, developed in partnership with production studio Unit9, is a virtual art and gaming experience powered by Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband


Sony and Verizon team up to implement 5G in sports broadcasting

On 1 December, Sony Imaging Products & Solutions, Sony Mobile Communications, and Verizon collaborated to demonstrate how 5G technology and streaming can be used in live sports broadcasting. During the


Verizon joins forces with Snapchat on 5G innovation

Verizon has penned a deal with Snap Inc. to become official 5G innovation partners. The partnership will see the pair work together on the creation of experiences and the Snapchat


Verizon is selling blogging platform Tumblr to WordPress owner

Tumblr, the once-thriving blogging platform, is being sold to WordPress owner Automattic Inc. for a fraction of its 2013 asking price, according to The Wall Street Journal. In 2013, Yahoo


Verizon rolls out its 5G Ultra Wideband network to four more cities

Today, Verizon has followed up on its promise to expand its 5G Ultra Wideband service to four more U.S cities – Washington DC, Atlanta, Detroit, and Indianapolis. Earlier this year,


Verizon Media launches programmatic transparency tool

Verizon Media has introduced a machine learning-powered tool to offer advertisers and publishers transparency on their omnichannel programmatic ecosystem. The tool, which is for the Verizon digital content arm’s demand


Four major phone carriers could be facing multiple class-action lawsuits

Customers of AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are threatening to file 4 separate class-action lawsuits against the service providers, claiming the companies illegally collected real-time location data and sold it


Google is bringing YouTube TV to Verizon’s 5G network

Verizon has announced a new partnership with Google that will give Verizon customers access to YouTube TV, a cable-free live TV service that includes over 70 networks. That means participating

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