28 episodes

Hear unique perspectives from experts and leaders within the world of brand and user safety. Brand Safety Exchange is hosted by Oasis Consortium, a think tank to unite stakeholders and create actionable, measurable standards for the protection of online brand safety. Each episode contains a deep discussion into a specific topic, providing listeners with valuable insight into the evolving problems, solutions, and market forces that influence brand and user safety every day.

Brand Safety Exchange Oasis Consortium

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Hear unique perspectives from experts and leaders within the world of brand and user safety. Brand Safety Exchange is hosted by Oasis Consortium, a think tank to unite stakeholders and create actionable, measurable standards for the protection of online brand safety. Each episode contains a deep discussion into a specific topic, providing listeners with valuable insight into the evolving problems, solutions, and market forces that influence brand and user safety every day.

    3.3 Building a Diverse & Responsible Tech Ecosystem with Rebekah Tweed from All Tech is Human

    3.3 Building a Diverse & Responsible Tech Ecosystem with Rebekah Tweed from All Tech is Human

    People are for whom you are designing, working, and ultimately, creating. As AI and technology advance at a blazing speed, it is more important than ever to ask and be concerned about the societal implications of those new technologies and how to develop policies with values of representation, learning, and wellness in mind.Rebekah Tweed is a leader in Responsible Tech and Public Interest Technology careers, talent, and hiring trends. She is the creator of the Responsible Tech Job Board, and the Program Director at All Tech is Human, a non-profit organization that creates pathways and develops opportunities for individuals from various cultural, academic, and professional backgrounds to get involved in the field.On today’s episode, we cover:What is design justice and how can it help prevent problems with user safetyWhy DEI is a business imperativeHow the Responsible Tech Job Board is diversifying the traditional tech pipeline. ➡️ Join the conversation about the future of user and brand safety by following Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. ➡️ Read through this episode’s show notes at https://www.oasisconsortium.com/featured-podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

    • 44 min
    3.2 What Games Can Teach Us About Brand & User Safety in the Metaverse, with Jonathan Stringfield of Activision Blizzard

    3.2 What Games Can Teach Us About Brand & User Safety in the Metaverse, with Jonathan Stringfield of Activision Blizzard

    With the arrival of Web3 and the metaverse, gameplay mechanics and community management will inform the broader landscape of what future immersive worlds might look like. And with the rising popularity of AR and VR games, a key question for marketers is how they should understand the relationship between trust and safety for players, and brand safety for their campaigns and reputation.Jonathan Stringfield, VP of Global Business Research and Marketing at Activision Blizzard Media, holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois where he focused on social networks, and has worked at several large platforms helping to shape sustainable digital advertising business models. He recently wrote a book about the dynamics within the in-game advertisement industry titled Get In The Game: How To Level Up Your Business with Gaming, eSports, and Emerging Technologies. Listen as Jonathan explains how any business looking to integrate advertising and marketing as part of a sustainable digital business can develop immersive media opportunities that are valuable for both brands and players. ➡️ Join the conversation about the future of user and brand safety by following Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. ➡️ Read through this episode’s show notes at https://www.oasisconsortium.com/featured-podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

    • 29 min
    3.1 Why Industry Standards are the Sustainable Growth Driver for Safer Online Communities, with Matthew Soeth of Spectrum Labs

    3.1 Why Industry Standards are the Sustainable Growth Driver for Safer Online Communities, with Matthew Soeth of Spectrum Labs

    As online communities quickly evolve, the connection between user and brand safety has never been stronger. Designing and maintaining optimal trust and safety policies and practices that support a sustainable digital business requires staying current with standards and guidelines.Matt Soeth, the Head of Trust and Safety at Spectrum Labs, shares his perspectives on how organizations can utilize these collaborative cross-industry efforts to drive sustainable business growth. From how to build and support content moderation teams, to leveraging best-in-class technology solutions, Matt’s leadership at the Oasis Consortium is helping organizations fast-track their way to safer, more inclusive, communities for both people and brands.➡️ Join the conversation about the future of user and brand safety by following Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. ➡️ Read through this episode’s show notes at https://www.oasisconsortium.com/featured-podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

    • 28 min
    2.6 The Importance of ​​Human Content Moderation & Digital Wellness, with Phil Tomlinson of TaskUs

    2.6 The Importance of ​​Human Content Moderation & Digital Wellness, with Phil Tomlinson of TaskUs

    The role of human content moderation is a critical part of most trust and safety initiatives, which requires an understanding of inclusivity and how to approach digital wellness for your teams.
    TaskUs’s Global Lead for Trust & Safety, Phil Tomlinson, talks about why we need a hyperlocal approach to moderation that includes experts in country-specific legal frameworks and cultural nuance. He also covers how digital well-being for human moderation teams can be optimized through both expert care, as well as through automation and technology.
    Growing up in South Africa during the dawn of the internet instilled in Phil the belief in making access to knowledge as free and as equitable to as many people as possible, and how to take both a global and regional approach to online safety.
    Be part of the movement that not only talks about but actively pursues online safety. Follow Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. Read through this episode’s show notes at www.oasisconsortium.com/podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to catch the rest of Season 2.

    • 32 min
    2.5 Humanizing Digital Workspaces: Building a Safe Digital HQ, with Slack's Risa Stein

    2.5 Humanizing Digital Workspaces: Building a Safe Digital HQ, with Slack's Risa Stein

    Humanizing digital workspaces while building a safe digital HQ ultimately requires transparency and integrity. Slack’s Director of Product Management - Integrity, Risa Stein, broadens the narrative around trust and safety in the context of organizations in this fascinating conversation with our president Tiffany Xingyu WANG.
    One of Risa’s early degrees in Ethics and Political Philosophy has primed her for the work she does today as she unpacks the importance of safety in a collaborative workspace like Slack to allow for optimal productivity and asynchronous collaboration for greater diversity and inclusion.
    Be part of the movement that not only talks about but actively pursues online safety. Follow Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. Read through this episode’s show notes at www.oasisconsortium.com/podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to catch the rest of Season 2.

    • 21 min
    2.4 Industry Collaboration for a Safer Internet

    2.4 Industry Collaboration for a Safer Internet

    Six of the inspiring minds behind the first-ever User Safety Standards join Tiffany Xingyu Wang for this enlightening episode of Industry Collaboration for a Safer Internet.
    This esteemed panel is comprised of Angela Johnson, Client Development Officer at Dentsu. Catherine Connelly, Co-Founder and Senior VP Marketing at The Meet Group. Brandon Rhea, VP of Community at Fandom. Roger Gerhmann, Executive Creative Director of SXM Media and Phil Tomlinson, Global Lead, Trust and Safety at Taskus.
    Throughout the discussion, they reinforce why trust and safety matters, particularly as we transition into #Web3. Similarly, they amplify the need for a framework that levels the playing field and serves as a guide, benchmarking what “good” means as we navigate the ambiguity of trust and safety. By elaborating on how they apply user safety standards within their organizations, they reinforce how using the 5Ps empowers and educates to build an ecosystem that’s people-centric.
    You can review the key takeaways from this episode at www.oasisconsortium.com/podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to catch the rest of Season 2.

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Parthuuuuuu ,

Super interesting

Thanks for bringing a new perspective for the brand trust and safety world out there. Always fun to listen to such podcasts!

Jon Purnell ,

Great interviews and content!

The interviews are very insightful for how others are working towards building trust with their users and a better environment on their platforms.

idr@j!t ,

One of the best podcasts in the trust and safety domain!

Learnt a lot from this podcast. It truly tells us what’s going on in the industry. Kudos!

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