Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for December 2017
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017
Tax Bill Proponents Outspent Opponents Two-To-One
Top Conservative Sites Experience Declines In November
Thank You, President Trump... For Giving Me A Blog To End The Year With
'The Hill' Expands Marketing Team
Persistent Power Of Press Borne Out By Recent Events
Kind Snacks Documents 'Radical Kindness' In New Campaign
Blackburn Defends Paid Fast Lanes
Nextgov Taps Cybersecurity Expert Boyd For Tech/Events
Following Harassment Investigation, 'NYT' Suspends Reporter Glenn Thrush
Twitter Cracks Down On Hate Tweets
Why Reality Is In Deep Trouble
Attacks On Press Lead To New Positions For Fact Checkers
Most Read Stories Of 2017
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017
Politics Fuels Cable News' Uptick In Viewership
FEC Requires Public Disclosure On Political Ads On Facebook
Republican Unveils Bill To Partially Restore Net Neutrality Rules
Google News Requires Pubs To Disclose Country Of Origin
Google News To Delist Publications That Intentionally Mislead Readers, Mask Country Of Origin
Trump Administration Blames North Korea For WannaCry Attack
When The Medium Is The Message, Not A Political Ad
Vatican Hires Accenture Interactive For Online Rebranding Assignment
French Authorities Threaten WhatsApp With Fines
Twitter Cracks Down On Hate Tweets
Home Secretary Summons 'Mail' And 'Telegraph' Editors To Explain Treatment Of MPs
Bloomberg, Twitter Launch TicToc News Network
Ofcom Investigates Alex Salmond's Russian Today Chat Show
Britain First Suspended -- Twitter Cracks Down On Group Retweeted By Trump
Who Pays The Price For The Loss Of Net Neutrality?
French Authorities Blast WhatsApp For Sharing Users' Data With Facebook
Royal British Legion Calls Creative Review Ahead Of 100th Armistice Anniversary
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017
No Moore: A Post-Analysis
Trump Bump: POTUS Downs Diet Coke Daily
FCC Won't Assist Investigation Of Fake Net Neutrality Comments
Repeal Of Neutrality Rules Threatens Internet, Web Gurus Warn
'Guardian US' Invites Dreamers To Guest-Edit Site
Lawmakers Slam 'Radical And Reckless' Plan To Scrap Net Neutrality
National TV News Gains Viewers
Fake LinkedIn Accounts Used By Chinese To Spy On Politicians
Roy Moore Relies On Breitbart In Email Fundraising
Steve Bannon Tried To Torpedo Twitter
Facebook Responds To Ex-Exec's Criticism
Committee Of MPs Calls For New Law To Combat Social Abuse
Despite Foreign Ad Influence Social Media Thrives
Why Brands, Agencies Should Care About Net Neutrality
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
Remember Brexit? Now There's GenExit
Midterms To Set Ad Spending Record, New Guerrilla Tactics Too
How ProPublica Monitors Political Ads On Facebook
Bannon Gets Sirius, Again
Scammers Use Political Ads On Facebook To Distribute Malware
Billy Bush: Anatomy Of A P.R. Campaign
CNN Analyst Pulls Fake News Post About Denzel Washington Attacking Obama
Patagonia Tackles Trump: 'The President Stole Your Land'
Legal Fight Over Control Of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Continues
Trump Calls For 'Fake News' Contest, Fox Wins It
Austrian Authorities Ask Whether Facebook Is Harming Consumers, Business
YouTube Plans To Beef Up Human Moderators, Tighten Advertising Rules
2018 Local Ad Spend To Top $151B
Studies: Media Confidence Is High, Distrust Highest Among Right-Wingers
Pen Proves Mightier Than The Rope: eBay, Walmart Remove Press-Lynching Shirts
'Time' Cover Story: The Silence Breakers
Political Media Site Launches: Focuses On National, Local News, All Blue
Netflix To Resume 'House Of Cards' Final Season, As Company Moves To 50% Originals
The Atlantic Hosts 'Drafting Democracy,' Examines Loss Of Public Confidence
FCC Won't Delay Vote To Repeal Net Neutrality
New Logo Taking On Fake News Could Help Adland Too