Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for November 2020
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
If It Quacks Like A Lame Duck, It's Probably Just For Quacks
Trump Allies Reportedly Eyeing Newsmax TV Acquisition
How Many Polls Does It Take To Screw In A Lightbulb?
Polls Are Off In Predicting Election Results -- Can Marketers Trust Marketing Data?
GroupM Finds Consumer Confidence Plummets During Pandemic
Presidential Election Outcome Will Affect Holiday Spending For Many Shoppers: Survey
MSNBC's Gratis Gap Product Placement: Steve Kornacki's Slacks
I Can't Wait -- Adults Are Taking Over At The White House
Decline Of Local Newspapers Affects House Elections
Apple Hit With Privacy Complaints In Germany And Spain
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020
'This Is An Embarrassment To Our Country'
Web Platforms Face Continued Criticism Over Election Policies
Jagermeister Teams With Lesbian Bars Fighting To Stay Open Amid Pandemic
Fox Corp. Quarterly Ad Revenues Down 7% Due To Fewer Sports Events, Scripted Programming
Election Night: Cable News Networks See Ad-Unit Price Hikes, 2x Higher Vs. 2016
Google Trends Reveal What Voters Think
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020
The Fox-Trump Industrial Complex: Why It's Bad For America
YouTube To Drop Full-Day Masthead Ad Takeovers... After Trump's Nov. 3 Lock
Oreo Accelerates Production Cycle To Deliver Election Spot
Do Consumers Trust Media -- And Will They Cross Party Lines?
'Be A Show Voter' Campaign For Mail-In Voters (And
Trump Campaign Urges Judge To Dismiss Robotexting Suit, Says Law Was Unconstitutional
White House Fights To Reinstate Ban On WeChat Downloads
Election Will Slow Down Online Buying Growth: Adobe Analytics
Local Cable, Video Ad Sales Co. Viamedia Sees Sharp Rise In Political Advertising
Can Consumers Control Their Own Data? Andrew Yang Thinks So
COVID-19 Messages Will Remain An Ad Constant
'Rolling Stone,' Yappa World Team For 'Useful Idiots Live' Series
Marketing Politics Weekly - Monday, Nov. 2, 2020
Here's Our First Ever MediaPost Endorsement
Record $8.15 Billion Spent In Political Ads As Election Day Nears
Do Consumers Trust Media -- And Will They Cross Party Lines?
Biden's Website Gains More Visibility In Google Search -- What It Means
New Ad Campaign Urges, 'Don't Let Your Vote Go To Shit'
Judge Blocks Trump Administration's TikTok Ban
Judge Dismisses Challenge To Trump's Social Media Order
Congress Urged To Prevent Broadband Providers From Abandoning DSL Subscribers
Election Is Big Opportunity For M&E Industry
Founding Editor Glenn Greenwald Leaves 'The Intercept,' Claims Censorship
'Rolling Stone,' Yappa World Team For 'Useful Idiots Live' Series