Steps one and two in survival strategy: Do not panic, and do not go short.
One change ANA suggests: that the "upfront shift from a broadcast year to a calendar year to reflect and improve business planning."
We've seen lots of examples of people coming together to light beacons of hope, but last week one of those examples really resonated with me.
We are willingly tossing the keys to our future to the tech giants. As much as the present may be frightening, we should consider the steps we're taking carefully.
There's a problem when we turn to movies like "Contagion" for lessons: Movies end. But the virus hasn't gone away. The economic fallout is only beginning.
This global pandemic is delivering a massive silver lining for Walmart -- and it seems to have finally found its footing in ecommerce.
It's taken a global pandemic for people to be reminded of the world outside that little 6.1 inch screen.
Life change is usually a solo journey. But what if everyone is experiencing trauma at the same time? Then we enter the SNAFU zone.
Virtual graduation ceremony made a bold attempt to be inspirational, hopeful, supportive, and entertaining.
The middlemen in the industry still eat up about half of dollars invested in programmatic -- about the same number as was reported five years ago.