Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for June 2021
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, June 25, 2021
FTC, Now Headed By Antitrust Proponent, To Review Amazon's Planned MGM Acquisition: Report
Guess Which Institution Is The Only One Consumers Feel Is Both Ethical And Competent?
Media Lions Awarded To Two Grand Prix Winners Whose Campaigns Helped Change The World
Florida Defends Social Media Law, Says Tech Companies Can Be Forced To Host Politicians
House Judiciary Committee Advances Antitrust Bills That Target Big Tech
Adland Is Great At Selling Products. What About Selling Sustainability?
Soap Opera: Lions Address Human Dignity, Mundane Problem-Solving
Court Revives Some Claims Against Social Media Platforms Over Terrorist Bombing
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, June 18, 2021
Why P&G Is Leaning On Brands To Lead The Next Wave Of Disruption
Big-Tech Critic Lina Khan Takes Helm At FTC
RepresentUs Enlists Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom For PSA
'WaPo' Launches 'A Better Week' To Address Post-Pandemic World
Association Of Magazine Editors Blasts Efforts To Ban Teaching 1619 Project
Journalism Protection Bill Needs Rewrite, Groups Say
House Bill Seeks To Shore Up Local Journalism
Florida's Ban On 'Deplatforming' Faces Broad Opposition
Google Searching For New Skin Tone Measures To Reduce Bias
Babysitting Racist Algorithms
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, June 10, 2021
GroupM: PACs Now Rank As One Of The Biggest Standalone Ad Categories
Biden Revokes Ban On TikTok And WeChat
Google Should Be Considered A 'Common Carrier,' Ohio AG Says In New Lawsuit
JewBelong Fights Anti-Semitism With Serious Humor
Local TV Ads Sink 19% This Year, Will Rise 20% In 2022
IPG Reveals New Climate Action Plan
Gannett Was Right To Resist FBI's Demand For Reader Information
Colorado Passes Privacy Law Giving Residents Right To Opt Out Of Ad Targeting
Google Fights The Nation, Other Publishers Over Antitrust Claims
Google To Pay $270M, Change Ad Practices, To Settle French Antitrust Charges
Why Banning Deplatforming, Increased Data Privacy May Help Internet
When Will Attacks On Media Become A Big Deal?
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Democracy's Branding Problem
Americans' Trust In The CDC Falls Precipitously
Why Lysol Wants To Kill COVID, Profits Too
Cities Use Social Media Program To Counter Vaccine Mistrust
Magna Taps Reprise's Harris As First-Ever Media Responsibility Head
The Problem With Woke Capitalism
Facebook-Funded Report Accuses Apple Of Depriving Consumers Of Choices
Not Just OTT Ad Dollars, TV Stations Want Higher FCC-Regulated Carriage Fees
ANA Urges New York To Put Brakes On Opt-In Privacy Bill
Florida Sued Over New Law Prohibiting Social Media Platforms From Banning Politicians