Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for July 2021
Marketing Politics Weekly - Monday, July 19, 2021
The Darwin Media Awards: And The 'Winners' Are....
2022 Political Ad $ To Approach 2020's Record
Toyota Pulls Back From The Olympics In Japan
Amid Heightened Antitrust Scrutiny, Ad Execs Say Big Media Consolidation Is Good, Not Bad
Bill Would Allow FTC To Fine Companies Over Privacy Violations
As Ad Economy Continues Rebound, Fear Of Media Price Inflation Rises With It
Governments Make Greater Push To Delete Twitter Content
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Everybody Will Talk About Fox Weather, But Nobody Will Do Anything About It
Toyota Halts Donations To Insurrectionist Lawmakers
Will Fox Weather Forecast End Of Climate Change?
Texas AG Agrees To Stop Blocking Critics
FTC Opens Probe Of Amazon's Proposed MGM Buy: Report
DC Journalistic Site Raises Funds, Hires Reporters For Fall Launch
Biden Urges FCC To Restore Net Neutrality, FTC To Regulate 'Surveillance Practices'
'Newsweek' Debuts Podcast Series Featuring 'Debate' On Issues
Google Fined Millions in France, Allegedly Violated Orders To Negotiate With Publishers
Group Black Supports Investment In Media Diversity
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, July 1, 2021
Used Car For Sale: Full Disclosure, It's A Toyota
Consumers See Rise In 'Toxic' UGC, Hold Brands Responsible For Policing It
Sen. Warren Urges Investigation Into Google's Alleged Ad Manipulation Via 'Project Bernanke'
Court Dismisses FTC And State Antitrust Cases Against Facebook
Supreme Court To Intervene In Battle Over Digital Billboards
Judge Blocks Florida Restrictions On Social Media Platforms
R/GA Exploits Calming Nature Videos To, Well, Save Nature
Amazon Seeks To Disqualify FTC Chair From Antitrust Probe
Tuskegee Study Heirs Participate In Ad Council Vaccine Campaign
Criminal-Justice Site 'The Appeal' Closes Down, But Staff Will Try To Revive It
Sen. Wyden Proposes Bill To Protect Journalists From Government Surveillance
EU Approves UK Data Rules, Avoiding Online Advertising Chaos