Should someone accredit the veracity of data that marketers use to ascertain the veracity of the content they advertise in?
About 7.7% of news/information domains are publishing misinformation related to the pandemic. How many brands are sponsoring that?
Only 35% of Republicans trust national news, while 66% trust local news, and 19% trust news reported by social media.
The most ironic part of the media imagery surrounding the Taliban's political takeover of Afghanistan is that unlike the U.S., theirs was a peaceful transition of power -- at least in terms of how it has engaged with the U.S. military.
Call it a tale of two buck stops, but the new guy and the old guy took decidedly different approaches to, well, bucks.
Of all the brands taking a stand against the polarization of facts in America, Steak-umm wouldn't necessarily be the first to come to mind.
New research shows a majority of Democrats are "happy/calm," but most Republicans are kind of bummed out.
While the percentage of Fox News viewers unwilling to get vaccinated has declined, the percentage among those how have no primary news source has actually grown.
I have a prediction to make about Fox Weather: It's going to be hot. And by that, I mean stone cold.
I've never been the biggest Toyota brand ambassador, but following revelations that Toyota is the No. 1 donor to 2020 election objectors, well, I just don't feel comfortable driving that nameplate any more.