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Marketing Politics WeeklyRecord State Spending Pushes U.S. Political Advertising To All-Time High

Half a dozen of the most hotly contested states are projected to spend more than half a billion, including California ($755 million), Pennsylvania ($609 million), Illinois ($606 million), Arizona ($600 million), Georgia ($575 million), and Nevada ($533 million). ...

Shana Krochmal To Head Podcasts At Southern California Public Radio
Former editorial director of 'Entertainment Weekly' will head LAist Studio, podcast production arm of public radio station. ...
D2C Wine Volume Declines As Prices Inch Higher
The overall drop in volume for all sizes of wineries is reflective of a return to in-person a ...
Kids Have Their Own Mini-Fashion Show In Macy's Spot
Preteen boys and girls try on different clothes as they prepare for school. ...
Threecolts Acquires FeedbackWhiz, Firm Serving Amazon Sellers
FeedbackWhiz is an email and review automation tool for Amazon merchants. ...
Younger Journalists Most Likely To Belong To Unions: Study
And those age 18-29 are more eager to join one when available, as are women and minorities. ...
Google Provides Access To Gaming From Search Results
Google execs have been looking to integrate the ability to search for a video game and launch ...
Correction: Kovel Fuller Has Not Shut Its Doors
The Culver City, CA agency is working remotely and serving clients like Yokohama tires and web and mobi ...
Netflix Dominates Q2 Streaming Minutes: YouTube, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+ Follow
Netflix has few challengers in streaming minutes of viewing, but there is a growing list of second-tier a ...
Ben Chestnut Stepping Down As Mailchimp CEO
Chestnut will be replaced by Rania Succar, head of Quickbooks Money. Mailchimp was sold to Intuit. Chestnut ...
QSRs Grapple With Consumer Price Sensitivity
Rising prices are making eating out unappetizing to many Americans -- so chains are spotlighting their value me ...

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