Trump's executive order could rip up ad agencies' federal contracts

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Today’s news: Trump’s executive order threatens ad agencies’ federal contracts, Amazon’s media power players, and YouTube won’t run ads on videos about false or misleading election results.

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Ad agencies are concerned they could lose big federal contracts due to Trump’s executive order banning some diversity training, even if he leaves office

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The 18 power players at Amazon who are leading the e-commerce giant’s media ambitions

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YouTube says it will allow videos with false or misleading election results, but won’t advertise on them

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