Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for November 2018
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018
Red Sites Ebbed As Blue Wave Flowed: Major Right-Wing Visitors Plunged
Trump Proposes New Global TV Network To Compete With CNN
Trump's Global TV Network Plans: Few Facts, Wrong "F" Word?
As Trump Blasts GM For Its Reorganization, Critics Blast The Bluster
Senator Blumenthal Faults FTC For Cambridge Analytica Debacle
Fearless Girl Uprooted (Temporarily, We Think)
Congress Urged To Examine T-Mobile's Planned Merger
London No-Show -- Is Zuckerberg's Position Safe?
'Washington Post' To Launch Evening Podcast, Tech Policy Newsletter
California Age-Censorship Law Violates First Amendment, Reporters Committee Says
Facebook Is Racist, Claims Former Employee
Mark Zuckerberg 'Empty-Chaired' By Angry MPs
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018
Midterm Political Ad Tally: $5.25 Billion, Advantage Shifted To Democrats
America Has A Bad Case Of Potus Mouth
Russian 'News' Company Sues Facebook
White House Drops Attempt To Strip CNN Reporter Of Credentials
Reporters Are A Pain -- It's Their Job
FCC Chair Wants To Allow Text-Message Blocking
Will Google News Pull The Plug On Europe?
Army Selects DDB To Manage Its $4 Billion Account
'Boston Globe' Makes Smart Move Into Cannabis Coverage
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018
CNN Sues Trump For Revoking Press Credentials
Suppose They Gave A Press Briefing And Nobody Came?
DOJ Clears Holding Companies In Commercial Practices Probe
AT&T Calls For National Privacy Law
Senate Democrats Urge FTC To Investigate 'Manipulative Marketing' In Apps For Children
Bannon Flops On Election Night As TV News Host
DOJ Settles Antitrust Lawsuit With Television Companies
Trump Tweets About Comcast, Industry Nonplussed
YouTube CEO Warns Of Dire Consequences Should Europe's Article 13 Pass
Beto O'Rourke Campaign Asks Judge To Dismiss Class-Action Over Text Messages
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018
The Feint And Parry Of A White House Press Briefing
Election Night Brings Big Ratings, Lower Ad Revenues
Trump The Spam King: President's Name Tops Email Subject Lines
Search Leads In Driving Election Day Online Sales
Young Adults Rock Midterm Vote
Nexstar, Tegna: Political Ad Revenues Soar, Core Ad Revenue Recedes
Google Should Rethink Censorship Policies, EFF Says
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018
Fox Commentators Take Stage At President Trump Rally
By The Way, That Guy On Stage Is State News
Sinclair's Q3 Political Ad Revenue Soars
Extreme Talk: Are We Grabbing Audience At The Expense Of Advertisers?
Connected TV Political Ad Spend Soars
Why Marketing Is Increasingly Polarizing Everything
How 'theSkimm' Rallied 100,000 Voters Through Cross-Platform Advertising, Partnerships
Tech Giants Need Not Fear The EU Following UK's Tax Lead
Facebook Slammed For Past Myanmar Sins: Inciting Violence, Cultural Divisions
Falling Afoul Of Email Law: Election Day Report From UK Outlines Data Mischief
ICO Says Facebook Should Come Clean On Political Targetting
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018
Facebook: Foreign Entities Are Interfering With Midterms
What's Really On The Ballot Today?
Trump: Antidote To Youth Apathy
Political Ad Campaigns Reap Billions For TV
White House Weighs Antitrust Push Against Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook
TV Networks Push Expanded Streaming Of Midterm Coverage
Google And Facebook Sign 'Magna Carta,' But Will They Do A King John?
Supreme Court Won't Consider Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules
Liberty University Rents Student/Donor Email List To Senate Candidate Stewart
Just How Many Brands Have Become Better Corporate Citizens?
Facebook Seeks Dismissal Of Privacy Class-Action Over Cambridge Analytica
Why Discovery's Live Border Show Is A Terrible Idea
Melania Trump Blasts 'Fake News' In Saturday Email