Digital Publishers Have Been Slow to Adopt Vertical Video Ads. Is That About to Change?

It's still early days for vertical video.

On Adweek’s Cannes Podcast: Ira Glass Says Brands Need to Be More Bullish on Podcasting

The godfather of podcasting is on his second trip to the Cannes Lions to recruit CMO support, and he admits progress is slow.

The New York Times’ Native Ad Strategy Is Getting a Boost Thanks to These Tech Acquisitions

HelloSociety and Fake Love are now fully in the sales mix.

Instagram Stories Now Has 250 Million Daily Active Users, Heating Up Its Rivalry With Snapchat

It's also enabling replaying live video.

First Issue of The Pioneer Woman Magazine Nearly Sold Out After Just a Week and Will Go Back to Press

An additional 100,000 copies will be printed of the magazine from the blog-turned-TV show after huge interest from fans.

This True-Crime Podcast Helped Exonerate a Man Imprisoned for 13 Years

After 13 years of wrongful imprisonment, a Swedish man was released from prison thanks to evidence uncovered by the podcast Spar.

Vice Is Now Valued at $5.7 Billion, Thanks to $450 Million From Investment Firm TPG

The investment will help the company to 'build up the largest millennial video library in the world.'

Snapchat Is Dominating the Cannes Skyline With a Ferris Wheel at the Festival’s Entrance

Snapchat is going big at the Cannes Lions this week with a splashy yellow wheel decked out in the app's branding.

Twitter Is Refreshing How the Platform Looks and Making It Easier for People to Use

The updated app is aimed at boosting usability and engagement.

Automobile Magazine Relaunches With a New Design and More Lifestyle Coverage

With a larger book and expanded lifestyle coverage, Automobile is relaunching its print format.