Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for August 2018
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018
The Gaslighting Bloviator And The War On Reality
Trump Attacks Google News Results, Search Experts Debunk Bias Claim
Critics Tell Google To Ditch Censored Search Engine In China
Craig Newmark Gives $1M To Fight Fake News
Why We No Longer Want To Know What's True
Twitter Bans Another 486 Bad Actors
Roger Stone Sends Email, Saying He May Be Next To Be Indicted
TV Networks May Be More Reliable Ad Choice Than 'National Enquirer'
Tumblr Redoubles Efforts To Curb Hate Speech
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018
Microsoft Reports Russian Hacking Operation, Expands Cybersecurity
44 Years Later, The Medium Is An Even More Powerful Message
Florida Dominating Google Political Ad Buys
Spike Lee Takes On The KKK, Trump -- And Race
Trump May Hate Competition, But A Free Press Still Reigns
Google Employees OK With Censored Search In China
Appeals Court Halts White Nationalist's Suit Against Twitter
Facebook Denies 'Trustworthiness' Scores
Hearst, Verizon Shutter Rated Red, Conservative Video Brand
Court Urged To Reinstate Net Neutrality Rules, Lift Block On State Laws
Facebook Eliminates Thousands Of Ad Targets
Facebook And Twitter Shut Down Rogue Accounts Linked To Iran And Russia
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018
Wagging The Dog, Literally
Who's More Unhinged: Omarosa Or President Trump?
A New 'Space Force'? We'll Drink To That, Says Craft Brewer
'The Boston Globe' Leads Call To Protect A Free Press
Alex Jones Claims He Picked Up Subscribers After Being Dropped By Tech Platforms
Startup Finds Paying Consumers To Look At Ads Is About Value, Not Money
House Democrats Slam FCC Chair Over Cyberattack Claims
Westminster Attack Highlights Social Media's Citizen Journalism Role
Hackers Use Chipotle Ad To Spread Malware
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
What Serves The Public Conversation Best
MailChimp Boots Alex Jones, Cutting Off Email Service
Apple, Facebook, Spotify Cut Links, Remove Some Infowars Digital Content
'Trump' Most Polarizing Brand In America
Email Addresses In Mueller Probe Were Computer Generated: Report
Search Share: Trump Vs. Publishers
Politically Incorrect: Consumers Prefer Brands Remain Neutral
Walmart, Amazon, Target Named America's Most Ethical Companies
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
How Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Became Cowards, Complicit, Maybe Even Corrupt
TV Still Most Trusted Source For Political News, Advertising Too
Koch Bros. Angry At Trump, May Cut GOP Ad Spend
Eight Surprising Insights About Right-Wing Websites
Why Is The Right Dominating Web Video?
TV's Most Trusted News Brands
UPDATED: Sinclair, Tribune Jumped Gun On Merger, Now Face Anti-Trust Issues
White House TV Directive: Only Tune To Fox News
Facebook Bans Multiple Pages To Combat Fake News, Russian Interference Suspected
Hacker Gains Access To Reddit Email Addresses
Tech Platforms Should Beef Up Privacy Disclosures, Senate Democrat Suggests
Facebook Fights Users' Attempt To Revive Suit Over Tracking
Lawmakers Want Answers On Facial Recognition
Newsroom Jobs Plummeted By 23% Over Last Decade