Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for December 2019
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Dec. 26, 2019
Presidential Candidates Bloomberg, Steyer Continue To Spend Big On National TV Advertising
'Crazy' Presidential Tweets: Pelosi Gaining On Sanders
'Christianity Today' Sees Rise In Subscriptions After Calling For Trump's Removal
Christianity Today's Call For Trump Removal Doesn't Signify Right-Wing Trend
'NowThis' Reports High Engagement Across Impeachment, Climate Change Content In 2019
'Mnpl StPaul' Columnist Quits Over Garrison Keillor Cover Story
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Dec. 20, 2019
Let Him Without Sin Cast The First Tweet
How The President's 'Fox Feedback Loop' Has Reshaped American Politics
Impeachment Programming Sees Rises In Daytime Viewing, Ads Decline
Jim Jordan Used Loomer Email List For Fundraiser: Report
Political Ad Spending Reports Share Only Part Of Story
Snopes Launches Membership Program To Expand Staff, Upgrade Site
Study: Images On Facebook's Sponsored Posts Affect CTR
Facebook To Ban Misleading Information About U.S. Census
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019
President's 'Fake News' Campaign Is Working, Albeit Mostly Among His Supporters
Court Upholds Block On Maryland Political Ad Disclosure Law
Repeating Debunked News Stories On TV Is Dangerous
'Time' Names Teen Climate Activist Greta Thunberg 'Person of the Year'
Hurricane Dorian, 'National Emergency' Top 2019 News Stories Of Either Party
If Biden's The Democratic Frontrunner, Nobody Told The GOP
Conservatives Copy Leave.EU Tactic Of A Huge Final Facebook Push
Study: Most Millennials Believe Gender Exists On A Spectrum
In Uncertain Times, Nostalgia Just Won Christmas
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019
Americans Angry World Leaders Joked About President, Say 'USA' Has Lost Brand Esteem
What's Red & Blue And A Toss-Up All Over: Bloomberg's Political Media Spending
President Amps Up Disparaging Tweets As Impeachment Heats Up
A Prime Minister, A President, And A Princess Walk Into A Bar
Penn Pal: Donald Trump?
U.S. Proposes Tariffs On French Goods, Suggests Unfair Digital Services Tax On U.S. Tech Companies
Fox Continues To Dominate Conservative News Publishers, Posts Strong October Gains
3 Ways Facebook Can Improve The Political Culture
Facebook Kills Political Ad, Cites 'Intellectual Property' Reasons
Advertisers Urge FTC Not To Broaden 'Negative Option' Rules
Ad Industry Unveils Wish List For Privacy Legislation
Agency Creatives Re-Invent Trump As 'Eco-Warrior,' Climate Change Believer