Garett Sloane

Tech Reporter

Garett Sloane is the tech reporter at Ad Age. 

In face of coronavirus, SXSW has no plans to reschedule or cancel

In face of coronavirus, SXSW has no plans to reschedule or cancel

Reddit tags R/GA as agency-of-record to lead its first brand advertising campaign

Reddit tags R/GA as agency-of-record to lead its first brand advertising campaign

Facebook blocks valuable ad data in privacy update to its marketing partner program

Facebook blocks valuable ad data in privacy update to its marketing partner program

Roku fourth-quarter report shows fastest-growing channel was its own as publisher tensions rose

Roku fourth-quarter report shows fastest-growing channel was its own as publisher tensions rose

Instagram stars like Lele Pons show renewed zeal for IGTV just as ads get rolling

Instagram stars like Lele Pons show renewed zeal for IGTV just as ads get rolling

How brands are using Apple, Google, Facebook and texting to chat up consumers

How brands are using Apple, Google, Facebook and texting to chat up consumers

YouTube ad revenue, disclosed by Google for the first time, topped $15 billion in 2019

YouTube ad revenue, disclosed by Google for the first time, topped $15 billion in 2019

Anti-virus firm Avast shuts down a major source of data for Madison Avenue

Anti-virus firm Avast shuts down a major source of data for Madison Avenue

How Mtn Dew, Hyundai and Chipotle are weaving TikTok into Super Bowl advertising

How Mtn Dew, Hyundai and Chipotle are weaving TikTok into Super Bowl advertising

Zuckerberg warns of meme threat as Facebook reports fourth quarter results

Zuckerberg warns of meme threat as Facebook reports fourth quarter results

Amazon: Before Alexa

Amazon: Before Alexa

Twitter and NFL will shower the winning team in real-life tweets at the Super Bowl

Twitter and NFL will shower the winning team in real-life tweets at the Super Bowl

Amazon pokes fun at 'fake news' in Super Bowl ad about life without Alexa

Amazon pokes fun at 'fake news' in Super Bowl ad about life without Alexa

Now that Facebook lets users clear internet tracks, marketers lose another signal to target ads

Now that Facebook lets users clear internet tracks, marketers lose another signal to target ads