Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for April 2022
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Google: Ukraine-Russia War Drove Down Western European Ad Spending
Poll Finds Only 47% Very Fine People On The Republican Side
Khvalyty!
When 'Green' Washing Is A Good Thing: Heineken Fades To Black
Madison Avenue's Reaction To Musk Twitter Buyout: #waitandsee
Senate Expected To Vote This Week On Biden's FTC Pick
All The News That's Fit To Be Fungible
Partisan Blockade: GOP Complains To FEC That Gmail Is Censoring Its Emails
Marjorie Taylor Greene's Trouble With The Truth
Did Trump Really Just Swear Off Twitter?
Trump-Linked SPAC Sinks 18% On Twitter News
Twitter Mulls Ad-Free Platform - Do TV Networks Benefit?
Study: Americans Back Journalism Preservation Bill, Want Action
Facebook Can't Shake News Anchor's Suit Over Ad For Dating App
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, April 22, 2022
Talking Points
Supreme Court Sides With Austin In Battle Over Digital Billboards
California Can Enforce Net Neutrality Law, Court Confirms
Senate Urged To Question FTC Nominee About Behavioral Targeting
Florida Threatens Twitter For Adopting 'Poison Pill' Against Musk
Apple Battles NSO Over Pegasus Spyware
Kroll Appoints Joshua Tucker As Senior Advisor And Kroll Institute Fellow
Disney Could Be Swept Into Florida 'Deplatforming' Ban
Bucking the Norm: A Political Marketing Exec's Strategy for Success
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, April 15, 2022
Musk Pursues Hostile Takeover Of Twitter
Talking Points
Autocracy Dies In Lightness
Detoxifying Social Media May Not Be As Hard As We Think
FTC Urged To Crack Down On 'Location Data' Industry
FTC Chair Suggests New Limits On Data Collection
Instagram Still Promotes Accounts Linked To Eating Disorders, Group Says
'Sideloading' Bill Exposes Consumers To Privacy Risks, Apple CEO Warns
Sinclair Strikes Broad Distribution Deal With Charter Including RSNs, But Problems Remain
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, April 7, 2022
The Supply & Demand Of The 'Crazy-Side Platform'
Texas Social Media Law Attacks Editorial Freedom, Industry Says
NYC Mayor Launches Campaign Denouncing 'Don't Say Gay' Bill
Statehouse Press Corps Are Expanding, With Some Caveats, Pew Research Finds
Ukrainian Producers Unite To Tell Stories Of The War
Hollywood, News Industry And Others Side Against Twitter In Unmasking Battle
Twitter's Price Jumps 25% On News That Musk Has 9% Share
2 Key Tech Execs Quit As Trump's Social Platform Stagnates
Twitter Exploring Long-Awaited Edit Button
Animal Rights Group Blasts Government For Suppressing Social Media Posts
Red And Blue Algorithms: Study Finds Political Bias In How Major ESPs Decide What Spam Is
Google Battles Texas AG Over Pixel Radio Ads
Digital Publisher GovExec Acquires Local-Government Database
Facebook Funded A PR Campaign Against TikTok: Will TV Networks Do The Same?