Marketing Politics Daily Editions for March 2017
Marketing Politics Daily - Friday, March 3, 2017
'Alexa, Contact My Legislator'
NRA Responds To 'New York Times' 'Truth' Ad
Trump Rails, But CNN Pushes Quality Journalism
AI Knows What is Fake News, Even if Your FB Friends Don't
AG Jeff Sessions Recuses Himself From Investigations Into 2016 Campaign
Broadband Security Rules Lifted By FCC
Pence Used Personal Email For State Business, Homeland Security -- And Got Hacked
FCC Blocks Internet Data Privacy Rule
MDC Partners Subsidiary Subpoenaed By DOJ
Cable Industry Cheers FCC For Staying Data Security Rules
FCC Chief Rails Against Net Neutrality 'Mistake'
UN Goes Global With Anti-Violence Against Women Spot From Uruguay
Activists Say They Plan to Evade Anti-Spam Laws in 2018
Catholic Health Initiatives Introduces First National Brand Campaign
Georgia AG Warns Consumers About Spam Scam
'NYT' Revamps Lead Pages
Whatever Happened To VNRs? The Original Fake News
Fallon Flounders As Colbert Climbs
Marketing Politics Daily - Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Judge Sides Against Google In 'Faceprint' Battle
Trump Proposes Cutting State Department Budget By 37%
President Trump Takes Calmer Tone In Address, Policies Remain Vague
FBI Planned To Pay British Spy Who Authored Trump-Russia Dossier
Who Was This Guy? Suddenly, Trump Looked Like The President
Nexstar Posts Strong Revs, Stock Price Dips
Health Care Center Of Democratic Response To President Trump's Address
'Trump Slump' In Tourism Taking Hold
FCC Not Expected To Review AT&T, Time Warner Deal
Get Rid Of The White House Correspondents Dinner
Brexit Fears See British Companies Setting Up EU Offices
Trump Rules Out Media Sources, Promises To 'Do Something' About Press
Copy Trump - Ex Chancellor Says UK Should Replace Corporation Tax With Destination Charges
Social Media Politicizing Military, Study Finds
Government Launches New Digital Strategy For Post-Brexit UK
Craigslist Founder Donates $1M To ProPublica To Fight Fake News
Senate Democrats Urge FCC To Preserve Broadband Privacy Rules
Publishers Flout FTC Rules On Native Disclosures
How Bunkers In Baghdad Plays Golf To Support U.S. Troops