Trump's strongest supporters dwelled in filter bubbles as impenetrable as the wall the president-elect might want to build on our southern border, writes the CEO of Havas PR North America.
Facebook isn't the only platform defending itself against an onslaught of misleading articles from bogus sites.
The Democratic presidential candidate needed every millennial vote she could get, yet her campaign overwhelmingly focused on TV, writes the founder of TYT Network.
The real failure of the Clinton campaign was that it didn't understand--and ignored--the pain and disenfranchisement of ordinary Americans, writes the founder of Barker.
The president-elect's closing ad used emotional cues in abundance, while Hillary took a more quiet, confident approach, writes the founder of HonestAds.
An all-GOP government may reverse new overtime rules and FCC privacy rules, say industry leaders.
What was once described as a healthy democratic system turned into all-out social war, writes Deutsch's EVP, group strategy director.
She had a $100 million advantage and Madison Avenue's coolest kids in her corner. And yet...
Social media came of age in correctly predicting the outcome of the US election, writes Andre van Loon, research and insight director at We Are Social.
Havas built an AI tool for ITV News that predicted Donald Trump would win the US election. The machine wasn't affected by political bias.
A remarkable upset has little immediate impact on European advertising stocks, but roils Dentsu in Japan.
How to be genuinely patriotic while trying to sell more stuff.
The latest trend to consume social media is sweeping up brands, agencies and candidates.
It wasn't pretty, but the Clinton vs. Trump battle offered a case study in how (not) to act online.
No candidate is named, but the brand makes its values clear in its latest "Keep Walking" spot.
Activation using location-based technology will stream new music on Election Day.
Deadpan 'recruitment' video strikes at the heart of election anxiety.
BBDO New York sends a golden retriever to candidate rallies to "vote for good."