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.

FT’s Barber: Almost All News Organizations Will Charge for Content

Financial Times editor Lionel Barber is still a believer that people will pay for Web content. Speaking at a Media Standards Trust event at the British Academy Thursday night, as […]

Hitwise: BET’s Tiny & Toya Shoots Up Charts

According to Hitwise, CBS and ABC stayed atop the list of broadcast-network Websites last week, while Fox’s American Idol and CBS’ Big Brother swapped the top two spots and Fox’s […]

Google Announces 2Q Results

Google announced its second-quarter financial results Thursday, posting $5.52 billion in revenue, up 3% from the year-earlier quarter; GAAP operating income of $1.87 billion, or 34% of revenues, versus $1.58 […]

Twitter Takes to the Air

Several airlines have joined the Twitter party, with mixed results, AdAge.com reported. JetBlue has amassed 885,000 followers, and other airlines are attracting Twitterers, as well, including Southwest (290,000), Virgin America […]

Runner’s World Website Drives Magazine Subscriptions

Runner’s World credited much of its subscription growth in the first half of 2009 to its Website. The Rodale-owned monthly magazine said its total circulation rose 5% versus the first […]

Should YouTube Charge for Uploading Videos?

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster proposed an interesting suggestion to help YouTube with its finances: He said the Google-owned video-sharing site should charge a “nominal fee” for uploading videos if […]

Google Health Offers Document Uploading, Storage

Google Health hopefully deploys greater security measures than Twitter, as the site deployed a new feature that allows patients to upload scanned paper documents into their accounts, providing a centralized […]

Twitter Is Going Right Down the …

Perhaps it’s a good thing that the name of a certain social-networking platform doesn’t rhyme with, um, duck. Taking advantage of a fortunate (or unfortunate, depending on how you look […]

Forbes.com CEO Spanfeller Out

Forbes.com president and CEO Jim Spanfeller is leaving his post after nine years to start his own media-management firm, according to an internal memo obtained by All Things Digital. According […]

Canadian Privacy Commissioner Has Facebook Issues

Facebook may face some issues with our neighbors to the north, as Canadian privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart pointed out several practices by the social-networking site that she felt needed attention, […]