Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for June 2019
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, June 26, 2019
WaPo Launches Platform For Fact-Checking 'Manipulated Videos'
For Chyron Out Loud, How Cable News Is Abetting The Gaslighting Of America
NRA, Blaming Its Former Agency, Shutters Its TV Channel
Like IPG, Publicis Groupe Says It Won't Participate In NRA Review
Facebook Includes 'Transparency' Updates For Social, Political Ads
Facebook Promotes Independent Oversight Body For Content Policy
Wayfair Staffers Organize Walkout, Protest Sales To Border Camp
Report: Former 'NY Post' EIC Orders Removal Of Story Accusing Trump Of Rape
The Inevitability Of The Pendulum Effect
Sanders Email Warned Supporters About ICE Raids: Report
Is Facebook Avoiding The Truth On Brexit And Russia?
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, June 19, 2019
ANA Sues Over Drug Price Disclosure Mandate
Americans Feel Political Discourse Has Grown Toxic, Attribute It To POTUS
Colbert, Stewart Try Name-Calling To Get Senator's Attention
Big Advertisers, Media, Agencies Form Alliance To Tackle Unsafe Digital Media
9 Important Truths About Right-Wing Websites In 2019
Recode's Kara Swisher Talks Facebook, Regulation And Fake News
Is Facebook's Libra A Service Too Far For Regulators?
NBC News, Instagram Back Student Journalists For Political Coverage
ABC Removes Trump Email List-Building 'Birthday Card'
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, June 5, 2019
When Size Matters, But Photographic Evidence Does Not
Worse Than Previously Thought: Russians Flooded Twitter With Fake News In 2016 Election
Americans Deem 'Made-Up' News A Serious Problem, Say Journalists Responsible For Fixing It
Electioneering Law Will Curb Political Ads, Newspapers Say
Programmatic Becomes The Dominant Source Of Digital Political Media Buys
DAA Political Ad Disclaimer Program Takes Effect In November
Sen. Blumenthal Calls For FTC To Probe Influencer Marketing
A Few Thoughts On Trump, Wikipedia -- And The Perfect Pour
Brits Tell The Government To Be Tougher On Social