For brands, transformation should be about combining the online and offline worlds through technology to make consumers' lives easier, Abi Morrish writes.
The tech giant dropped a bombshell on Wednesday with massive implications for independent ad tech.
Walt Disney Co. announced a suite of new products and a plan to rapidly automate its ad sales business across linear and digital platforms.
Vrity's Values Return Index shows taking stances on social issues does increase purchase propensity.
The global initiative aims to bring LOL Dolls to life in a co-play experience on the popular kids gaming platform.
HIVE Diversity uses design and technology to optimize student resumes and profiles.
While the Indian Newspaper Society is demanding a greater share of ad revenues from Google, the IAMAI is upset with looming regulation for video streamers.
The deal is expected to close in Q2 2021.
Days after Facebook pulled the plug on News in the country, The Treasury Laws Amendment (News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code) Bill 2021 passed after a series of amendments.
The activation features small business owners who have stayed connected to customers on Facebook during the pandemic, as well as new product updates for SMBs.
This just-announced move not only bans military-controlled state and media entities from Facebook and Instagram but also prohibits ads from military-linked commercial entities.
Maryland’s tax on digital advertising might be well-intended, but it could set a dangerous precedent.
The marketplace will allow advertisers to reach listeners across both audio formats for the first time.
A behind-the-scenes look at how the brand is trying to recreate its success on Instagram.
Lobbying groups have argued that the tax would harm smaller businesses and jobs in the state.
The agency vet founded Pod Digital Media, the first full-service agency dedicated to multicultural podcasters and programs.
Accessibility and authenticity are keys to audio renaissance.
Roku’s revenue rose 58% in Q4, beating expectations and marking its biggest quarter ever as streaming booms.
As Facebook pulls news sites offline, prime minister Scott Morrison is unbowed, telling social media users he "won't be intimidated" by big tech.
The comms wunderkind will lead comms for brand campaigns from her base in Toronto.
If we’re smart, we’ll keep the tools and processes that make production more efficient.
The partnership follows a long-standing relationship with the brand.
Move comes in response to Australia's new media bargaining law that came into effect overnight.
The longtime Google antagonist has inked a deal for “significant payments” from the tech giant for articles in the Google News Showcase.
The workplace messaging app, recently acquired by Salesforce, spent more than half of its fiscal Q3 revenue on sales and marketing.
With the integration of digital media monitoring firm Digital Decisions now complete, the media auditor has rolled out new services and assigned new roles to its leaders.
The creative management platform aims to expand its U.S. business.
The dating app reclaims the phrase ‘Once you go Black, you don’t go back.’ By Mariah Cooper
By hiring Dr. Garth Graham, a well-respected figure in the world of public health, the platform affirms its commitment to high-grade content.
It remains to be seen whether or not customers will judge Robinhood by what it says it wants to do, or what it has done.