Photo-sharing app Instagram is readying a feature that would let users post videos that run up to 60 minutes, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.

The digital marketing publication is reporting that direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands are seeking alternatives, including Facebook-owned Instagram.

The big theme is technology – its growth is changing the playing field for anyone who wants to make buck in the 21st century.

“Premium content consumption is not going down; it’s going up … [and] advertisers love premium content platforms,” Stephenson said.

Though ANA and DMA leaders were positive about the move, a trio of anonymous insiders painted a different picture in an AdAge story from last Friday.

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The Financial Times and New York Media have suspended their spending with Facebook, saying the social media company’s new ad-labeling policy treats their news…

Comcast reports it is “considering” a bid for 21st Century Fox businesses, rivaling Walt Disney’s pending $52.4 billion bid.