Twitter ads are a drop in the ocean compared to the lack of political accountability on Facebook.
Current thinking suggests we will just get another parliament, not a decisive route forward for Brexit.
Digital ad spend is soaring, but only a quarter of campaigns are measured for brand impact. What gives?
We predicted a 80% drop in profits would see big change for "The Telegraph." But how much is it now worth?
Less than half of the Gen Z audience is regularly watching BBC tv, and Netflix penetration is more than twice as high as iPlayer.
Google is clear whom is to be trusted on Brexit -- and it isn't the traitor-screaming tabloids.
That is what the eMarketer researchers reckon is behind the duopoly hitting a 68.5% market share this year.
Facebook claims to be ready for an election -- but will its fake news capability tackle half-truths and political lies?
Just take a look at Econsultancy's "Top 100" report -- only one holding company digital shop is in the top ten.
It certainly chose a busy news week to drop age verification plans for porn sites.