Garett Sloane

Tech Reporter

Garett Sloane is the tech reporter at Ad Age. 

Twitter discloses how it shares data with Facebook and Google for ads

Twitter discloses how it shares data with Facebook and Google for ads

Twitter, Facebook, Google adjust COVID-19 ad policies on the fly

Twitter, Facebook, Google adjust COVID-19 ad policies on the fly

'Hold your nerve' and other advice for marketers, plus NBC cuts ad time: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

'Hold your nerve' and other advice for marketers, plus NBC cuts ad time: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

NBC lightens TV ad load in response to falling demand from brands

NBC lightens TV ad load in response to falling demand from brands

Twitter lifts coronavirus ad ban, allowing brands to mention efforts in pandemic

Twitter lifts coronavirus ad ban, allowing brands to mention efforts in pandemic

SXSW to stream festival films on Amazon Prime after live event canceled due to pandemic

SXSW to stream festival films on Amazon Prime after live event canceled due to pandemic

Facebook's Carolyn Everson talks VR, disinformation—and a distributed workforce: Ad Age Remotely

Facebook's Carolyn Everson talks VR, disinformation—and a distributed workforce: Ad Age Remotely

TikTok's wild growth story is all 'true,' according to mobile measurement firm's new traffic report

TikTok's wild growth story is all 'true,' according to mobile measurement firm's new traffic report

Facebook, Apple, Trade Desk and others team with Ad Council on federal coronavirus PSA

Facebook, Apple, Trade Desk and others team with Ad Council on federal coronavirus PSA

From Amazon to Facebook, digital advertising is in a state of shock: Ad Age Remotely

From Amazon to Facebook, digital advertising is in a state of shock: Ad Age Remotely

Facebook warns that ad business has been 'adversely affected' during pandemic

Facebook warns that ad business has been 'adversely affected' during pandemic

Twitter says ad revenue 'significantly' affected by coronavirus

Twitter says ad revenue 'significantly' affected by coronavirus

How Amazon sellers can adjust to the e-commerce crush from coronavirus

How Amazon sellers can adjust to the e-commerce crush from coronavirus

Amazon tells suppliers it won't accept new shipments of nonessential items until April 5

Amazon tells suppliers it won't accept new shipments of nonessential items until April 5