David Cohen

David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering the digital industry since 2009 and was previously editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.

White House Shutters Electronic Tip Box

The IT staff at the White House has been busy lately. First, its email sign-up procedures were altered. Now, POLITICO reports that its flag@whitehouse.gov electronic tip box was shut down. […]

Six Lose Their Salon Appointments

The layoff bug hit Salon last week, as the company cut loose six editorial staffers, or 20% of its editorial staff, including culture editor Joy Press, as first reported in […]

Roy Jones Jr. Goes for TKO vs. Piracy

A boxing-promotion company owned by Roy Jones Jr., Square Ring Promotions, is looking to score a technical knockout against live-video-streaming service Ustream, alleging in a copyright-infringement lawsuit that Ustream is […]

Serve, Volley, Tweet

Tennis stars Andy Roddick and Serena Williams have been serving and volleying, 140 characters at a time. The New York Times‘ Straight Sets reports that the two players have tweeted […]

VP/West Coast Sales Leaving Yahoo!

Yahoo! vice president of West Coast sales David Dickman is leaving the company at the end of the month after three years to join Time Warner’s Warner Bros. unit in […]

uSocial.net: Twitter Trying to Shut Us Down

Web-promotions company uSocial.net claims that Twitter is trying to shut it down by accusing it via a brand-management organization of using the social-networking service for spam purposes. uSocial.net adds that […]

MySpace Likes iLike

Social music service iLike is on the verge of being acquired by MySpace, with the deal potentially closing this week, multiple sources told TechCrunch. MySpace has its own MySpace Music […]

Mo Rocca Hosts The Tomorrow Show for CBSNews.com

CBSNews.com Monday launched The Tomorrow Show, a weekly webcast featuring CBS News contributor and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart alumnus Mo Rocca speculating on what life may be like […]

msnbc.com Walks Down EveryBlock

msnbc.com announced Monday that it acquired Chicago-based Website EveryBlock, which provides news and information “down to the neighborhood level” in 15 cities. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. msnbc.com […]

Huffington Post, Facebook Team Up on HuffPost Social News

The Huffington Post teamed up with social-networking giant Facebook to launch HuffPost Social News, which allows HuffPost readers to connect with their Facebook friends regarding news and comments. HuffPost Social […]