Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for May 2022
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, May 27, 2022
Quick Question: What's The Top U.S. Industry Advertising On Facebook?
Dog Keeps Shooting Media
Holding Company CEOs Urge Staff To 'Effect Change' In Wake Of Recent Mass Shootings
It's Time To Change Hearts And Minds Rather Than Offer Thoughts And Prayers
Texas AG And Twitter Continue Feud Over Trump Ban
Florida Can't Enforce Social Media 'Censorship' Law, Appeals Court Confirms
Study Authors Deny GOP Claims Of Gmail Bias Against Conservatives
Google Urged To Shed Data That Could Identify Women Seeking Abortions
Anti-Vaxxer Urges Court To Revive Claims Against Twitter, Biden
Growing Political Divisions - What's 'Good For Business' - And Media Brand Aspirations?
Marketers Begin To Tackle Very Complex Message -- Youth And Gender Identity
Bittersweet News: Texas Seeks Missing Children In Clear Channel Campaign
WPP Partners With UK Social Justice Group The Black Equity Organization
'The Baltimore Banner,' NPR Station WYPR Team Up To Serve City
Local TV Projected For A 9% Advertising Increase, National TV Could Take Hit Later This Year
Journalists Face Growing Mistrust And Workloads, Study Finds
Google Hit With UK Antitrust Probe Into Ad-Technology Roles
Ohio AG Can Proceed With Claim That Google Search Is A 'Common Carrier'
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, May 20, 2022
My Great Peel Back And Replacement Theory
Fox News Tells Upfront Story With No Mention Of Prime-Time Stars
Report Projects Russian Ad Economy Will Contract Only 19%, Minor Impact On Global Market
Twitter Rolls Out Crisis Misinformation Policy
Senate Bill Would Force Google To Break Up Ad Business
Breaking Down Laws That Regulate Social-Media Content By Ideology
Licht Vows New Direction For CNN, Reveals Plan For Chris Wallace
We Are All Pawns In Elon's Game Of Twitter Chess
NY AG's Probe Of Twitch, Other Platforms In Buffalo Massacre's Wake Faces Uphill Battle
National TV Scatter Spending Down 32% Vs. 4 Years Ago
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, May 12, 2022
@really Foolish In The Extreme
Lincoln Project Channels Apple's 'Crazy Ones,' But Not In The Good Way
Musk Plans To Reinstate Trump's Twitter Account
Anti-Vaxxers Can't Force Senator Warren To Withdraw Amazon Letter
Ad Groups Support Reproductive Healthcare Benefits And Travel Budgets Necessary To Receive Them
Appeals Court Allows Texas To Enforce Social Media 'Censorship' Law
Senate Confirms Privacy Expert Bedoya To FTC
What Facebook's Move To Meta Reveals About Rebranding
GDPR Has A Chilling Effect On App Development, Paper States
Nexstar Q1: Core Advertising Grows 4%, Political Ads Soar
Tegna Ad, Marketing Services See 10% Growth In Q1, Higher Political Advertising
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, May 10, 2022
God Save The Queen, She Ain't No Algorithm
Some Brands Speak Out On Abortion Rights
Judge Dismisses Trump 'Censorship' Lawsuit Against Twitter
Anti-Vaxxers Can't Force Senator Warren To Withdraw Amazon Letter
Tegna Ad, Marketing Services See 10% Growth In Q1, Higher Political Advertising
Coldplay Aims For Sustainable Tour
Kantar Agrees To Sell Public Policy Advisory Unit Kantar Public
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, May 6, 2022
Red, White & Theocratic
SCOTUS Shatters Brands' 'Take-A-Stand' Mythology
With Abortion Rights In The Spotlight, National, Political TV Advertising Expected To Heat Up
Ukraine 'Tourism' Campaign Promotes Rooms With A View To Travel-Starved Russians
How Can Brands Respond To Political And Social Issues Responsibly?
Will Political Ad Spend Remain High For Linear TV?
'Tucker Carlson' Has Some Targeted TV Advertising For Us - We're Ready For The Facts
FCC Republicans Say Agency Won't Prevent Musk Takeover Of Twitter
Musk A No-Show At Twitter NewFront, Calls For Content Advocacy Probe
Republicans Question FTC Chair About Ex-Employer's Effort To Block Musk-Twitter Deal
Right-Wing Activist Sues Facebook And Twitter Over Speech Policies -- Again
Broadband Industry Drops Challenge To California Net Neutrality Law
The Myth Of Neutrality
Sinclair's Ad Revenue Climbs 7%, Political Ad Spend Rises