The Comunicano for Thursday February 2 2016

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Now you see it, now they don't. Yesterday client One More Company formally launched the disappearing
 
February 2 · Issue #14 · View online
Andy Abramson
Now you see it, now they don’t. Yesterday client One More Company formally launched the disappearing Senders card that magically inserts information about the person sending you an email. The disappearing card service has been in beta since late last summer, appearing just around the time OMC acquired Evercontact. Senders, which is a free service, also includes Trackbuster, which removes dangerous tracking codes from email. Previously the Senders card would remain visible when the recipient replied or forwarded the email.
If you’re using Gmail, the two services are an ideal way to know more about who is sending you an email, and at the same time, protect yourself from prying eyes. 
Speaking of seeing it or not, Phil saw his shadow this morning, so winter is going to be hanging around for another six weeks.
In other news CBS is merging its radio division rather than doing an IPO; there’s lots more ways to watch the Super Bowl this year;  Comcast and Roku want to both make money together; NY State gets legal with Charter over Time Warner’s not so fast claims; San Diego Airport gets faster Wi-Fi; and AT&T plays with 5G. Those stories and a few more, are in today’s COMUNICANO.

Senders Cards Now Disappear in Replies!
Media Watch
CBS unveils plans to merge radio division with Entercom
Super Bowl 2017: Here’s how you can stream the game on Sunday
Comcast Xfinity App on Roku Will Carry Additional Monthly Fee
Speed Watch
NY sues Charter/Time Warner Cable, alleges false promise of fast Internet
San Diego Airport Upgrades Free WiFi Service to 2 Hours
AT&T is starting its 5G rollout with Austin and Indianapolis later this year
Ad Watch
Snap Inc Testing Snapchat Lenses That Overlay Augmented Reality Animation On Landscapes
We Must Adopt Attention Metrics in Brand Advertising Now
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