Marketing Politics Weekly
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
  • 'Fake News' President's 'Trust' Falls To Lowest Level Yet, Lags Biden 4-to-1

    After years of calling America's major news outlets "fake news," the President's own TV news brand has actually crumbled, while a first-time benchmark for ... Read the whole story

  • How The COVID-19 Crisis Is Impacting Trust In TV News Brands

    With two in three Americans sheltering in place, one in five unemployed, and three to seven Presidential, Gubernatorial, and/or Mayoral press briefings daily, there ... Read the whole story

  • Meat Woes Mount Following Presidential Order To Keep Plants Open

    Tyson warns of "vulnerable" supply chain, while some Wendy's restaurants have no beef, and Costco and some Kroger locations set meat purchase limits. Read the whole story

  • ABC TV Stations Start PSA Small Business Campaign, Local TV Bracing For Low Ad Revenues

    ABC-owned TV stations have started up a PSA/social media campaign called #BeLocalish that will feature encouraging success stories of local businesses during the pandemic. Read the whole story

  • Supreme Court Weighs Booking.com Trademark Battle

    At a first-of-a-kind hearing conducted via telephone and broadcast in real-time on C-SPAN, an attorney for the website contended that consumers recognize the phrase ... Read the whole story