Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for February 2019
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019
Sinclair Posts Strong Political Revenues, Digital Ads Rise
The Blaze Is On Fire, How It Overtook Breitbart
It's Time To Make Your Voice Heard
Beijing's Real-Life 'Black Mirror' Episode
Senators Probe Big Pharma's Pricing; CEOs Put Blame Elsewhere
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019
Left Wins Midterms, Media Trust Too
Latest White House Tell-All Provides Tips For Marketing Pros
Missouri Official Must Face Suit Over Twitter Block
Petition To Remove 'National Enquirer' From Walmart Gets Little Traction
Social Networks Comply With Stronger Worldwide Ad Regulations
YouTube Changes Penalty System After Pedophilia Flap
Is Roger McNamee The Howard Beale Of Our Time?
Who Needs A Big Ad Campaign? The Chatterbox-In-Chief
Did Jeff Zucker Just Option A Discarded Episode Of Aaron Sorkin's 'Newsroom?'
IAB Europe Responds To Evidence Its Ad System And Google Violate GDPR
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019
Tuesday's State Of The Union Address Ranks As 7th Most-Watched
Britain's ICO Issues Fines For Illegal Email Campaigns
Former 'Vanity Fair' Editor Graydon Carter Launches 'Air Mail,' Global Newsletter
Maryland Seeks To Lift Block On Online Electioneering Law
Blasey Ford 'Time' Cover Wins ASME's Magazine Cover Of The Year
ANA Presses California To Refine Privacy Law
Disney Sees Quarterly Ad Gains, Thanks To College Football, Political Spots
Net Neutrality Repeal Already Harming Public, Former FCC Chief Argues
Knowing Isn't Free
'NYT,' 'WaPo,' Conde Nast Face Possible Libel Suits From Covington Student
Only Thing UK Agrees On Is Regulating Social