Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for September 2020
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020
Only The Best People Vs. Losers And Suckers
A Neuroscientific Guide To Tonight's Biden/Trump Debate
Report Reveals Independent Voters Most Expensive To Target Via TV, Republicans The Cheapest
Sentiment Analysis Reveals Media Coverage Of COVID-19 Deaths Growing 'Neutral' Even As They Climb
Trump Needs More Ad Money To Compete
How A Picture Worth $750 Could Impact The Presidential Election
TV Ads Around Presidential Debates To Grow
Mocking Trump, New Ad Quotes Him Saying: 'It's A Little Like The Regular Flu'
'Deepfake' Political Ads Banned At Last Minute By Local Fox, CNN and MSNBC Affiliates
In Midst Of Riots, Portland Lures 'Top Chef' To Film There
Google To Block Election Ads After Polls Close
'Los Angeles Times' Editorial Board, Owner On 'Reckoning With Racism'
Artist-Led PAC Packs Cleveland With Anti-Trump OOH For First Debate
Search Marketer Exploited Google's Election Ad Roadblocks
Judge Temporarily Halts U.S. Ban Of TikTok Downloads
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Sept. 25, 2020
Facebook Fails To Prevent PACs From Lying In Ads
Great OOH Creative Born of Crisis, Historic Milestones
Alternative Facts Fueling Alternate Realities
Judge: 'Reasonable' Viewers Approach 'Tucker Carlson' With 'Appropriate Amount Of Skepticism'
The Media Doesn't Decide The Outcome. You Do
Pernod Ricard's Absolut Launches #VoteResponsibly Campaign
Where Is Trump Conversion Therapy When We Need It?
Microsoft Takes On Deepfakes
TikTok Seeks To Block Trump Administration's Ban On Downloads
Amazon Flips Rihanna's Instagram Boycott Into Ad Campaign
Critics Form Their Own Facebook Oversight Board, Citing Endangered Democracy
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Sept. 11, 2020
All The President's Men, Yet Again
Twitter Update May Curtail Mail-In Ballot Attacks, Premature Results Claims
Chinese Authorities Tell Media Not To Cover 'Mulan'
Court Urged To Reject White House Stance On Reporter's Press Pass
Local TV Stations Forecast To Enjoy Higher Political Ad Buys
Queen For A Day: Why Burger King Proudly Planted One On Ronald McDonald
Decency Law Reforms Inadequate To Get Publishers To Pay For Content
Portland Bans Facial-Recognition Technology
Consumer Confidence Reaches Low In The 8th And Final Wave Of Kantar's COVID-19 Barometer
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020
Trump's Potential Supreme Court Picks Include Big Tech Critics
How Ted Cruz's Dad Ended A Presidency (No, Not That One)
Triggered By 'Moscow Mitch' Meme, Trump Floats Full-Out Repeal Of Platforms' Legal Protections
Republicans Introduce Bill To Curb Publishers' Protections For Posts By Users
Trump Campaign Isn't Ramping Up Political Ads, May Be Cash-Strapped
ByteDance Explores Avoiding Full Sale Of TikTok
Americans Believe Brands, Not Government, Should Take The Lead Against Racism
Edelman Finds Americans Trust Employers, Not Government, To Fight Racism
'Stars And Stripes' Military Newspaper Safe, For Now
Facebook Urges Judge To Dismiss Maffick Lawsuit Over 'State-Controlled Media' Label
Portal A Documents Trump's Inept, Bumbling And Dishonest Response To The COVID-19 Crisis
Justice Department Backs Facebook In Fight Over Robotexts
Hate, Anger In Content Feeds Drive Facebook Engineer To Publicly Resign
Steph Curry-Backed Water Brand Salutes Essential Workers In New Campaign
IPG Mediabrands Names Global Chief Culture Officer: New Position Overseeing Diversity
Equity & Inclusion Congress Set For The Fall
Why The American Dream May Be Another Casualty Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020
Facebook Outlines Steps To Combat Turmoil Pre/Post-Election, Will Accept No Political Ads Week Prior
How Facebook Can Really Help Democracy: Go Dark For 60 Days
Facebook Stirs More Anger With Oregon-Coast Drilling Accident
The Political Game: Biden Yard Signs Available For 'Animal Crossing' Players
Old Navy, OKCupid, Reddit Are Activating Young Voters
Silicon Valley Fights Trump's 'Misguided' Attempt To Clamp Down On Social Media
Watchdogs Urge Potential Tik-Tok Buyers To Revamp Children's Privacy Practices
Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book Launch 'Drive The Vote'
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020
Analysis Shows News Media Gave 20% More Coverage To Republican Vs. Democratic Convention
What If Americans Are Just Sick-And-Tired Of You-Know-Who?
GOP Wins The Convention Sentiment War: Ivanka Beats Melania, Too
Study Finds Political Marketing Specialists Lack Visibility About Achieving Goals, Cite Digital Platforms
Final Night TV Audience Of RNC Trails DNC's By 3.3%
Future Conventions Could Be More Virtual Than Reality
The Politicization Of TikTok
TikTok Core Algorithm Reportedly Stalling Sale Of U.S. Operations
Facebook Stirs More Anger With Oregon-Coast Drilling Accident
Facebook Removes AI-Employing Russian Disinformation Campaign
Facebook Threatens To Cut Off Australian News Sharing
The Collective, Portal A Launch Black Voter Registration Drive
Trump's Social Media Order Aims To Weaponize FCC, Watchdog Says
Andrew Yang Backs New California Privacy Proposal
When The Tail Starts Wagging The Dog
Trump's Real Media Plan Starts Now
How Data Helps People And Movements In Times Of Crisis
Vox Media Releases Podcast, Project On Racism And Police Brutality
Cable TV News Networks Grow 31% In Prime-Time Ad Revenue May-July, Fox News Tops