Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for February 2023
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023
What Do Google's Canadian News Blackout Tests Mean For The U.S.?
Jimmy Carter And The Lost World Of 1970s TV
White House Tackles 'Algorithmic Discrimination'
Industry Groups Urge FTC To Reject Petition To Regulate Ad Tech
Readers Put More Trust In Local News Products Than National, Study Says
Supreme Court Grapples With Tech Companies' Role In Terror Attack
FCC To Vote On Regulations To Curb Text Spam
Sinclair Broadcast Group Swings To Profit, Diamond Sports Troubles Continue
NPR Is Planning To Lay Off 10% Of Its Staff
UK Court Rules: Online News Services Are Not 'Newspapers'
'Buffalo News' Moves Printing To 'Cleveland Plain Dealer'
UK Publishers See Little Future In Programmatic, Study Finds
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023
Brian Monahan's Quest For Another 'Schoolhouse Rock' Moment
Teens Could Sue Over Social-Media Addiction Under Proposed Utah Law
Senate Grills FCC Nominee Sohn For Third Time
FTC Commissioner Announces Resignation, Cites 'Abuse Of Power' By Chair
625 Of Twitter's Top 1K Advertisers Still MIA, Revenue Down 60%
States Consider Bills To Subsidize Local Newspaper Subscriptions
Meta Opens Next Phase Of Ad Transparency
Dentsu, Others Linked To Tokyo Olympics-Related Bid Rigging Scandal
Why Walmart, YouTube, Sprite Are Black Americans' Top Brands
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2023
'Finish The Job'
Biden To Call For 'Strong Limits' On Targeted Advertising
Ad Groups Counter Biden's Call To Limit Online Targeting
Gay Rights Supporters Urge Senate To Denounce Attacks On FCC Nominee
Fox Corp. Reports 4% Gain In Q4 Ad Sales, Cable Nets Dip 0.7%
Alliance for Audited Media Chart Rates Pubs' Reliability, Political Bias
U.S. Rollout Is Ascential To Ad Net Zero, Er, I Mean Essential
FTC Won't Ask Appeals Court To Block Meta's Purchase Of Supernatural