Emma Bazilian

Emma Bazilian

Emma Bazilian is a senior editor for Adweek, where she specializes in covering the publishing industry, media influencers, luxury brands and more.

Infographic: Most Millennial Women Value Entrepreneurship, but They Also Prioritize Family

Whether job hunting on social media, balancing career and home life or working on their side hustles, millennial women are bringing a new ethos to the workplace.

How a Florida Teen Became Queen of Gen Z’s Favorite Video Platform—and a Top Brand Influencer

Baby Ariel, 16 and Musical.ly's biggest star, has 19.5 million fans on the platform and collaborates with brands like Coca Cola, Nordstrom, Burger King and Sour Patch Kids.

Wired’s New Editor in Chief on Why Tech Reporting Is More Important Than Ever

Former NewYorker.com editor Nick Thompson is shaking things up at the iconic Silicon Valley magazine.

Infographic: 50% of Gen Z ‘Can’t Live Without YouTube’ and Other Stats That Will Make You Feel Old

Adweek teamed up with Defy Media to better understand this potentially powerful consumer segment.

Infographic: Inside the Modern Wedding, Where 82% of Couples Create a Custom Hashtag

Social media is becoming an increasingly important part of the wedding experience.

Infographic: How ‘Fake News’ and Bogus Content Are Changing the Way Consumers Look at Brands

Marketers need to build trust in the fight against the fake economy, according to a new study.

Seventeen Magazine Is Bringing Fashion and Beauty Videos to Musical.ly This Summer

The move will give advertisers their first branded-content opportunity on the hot app.

Time Inc.’s VR Guru Is Forging a New Path Through Immersive Storytelling

Live VR managing editor Mia Tramz creates groundbreaking content, from a real-life underwater adventure to an immersive World War II experience.

IBT Media Is Rebranding as Newsweek Media Group

Why taking one of journalism's most respected names to market is a no-brainer.

Infographic: What Consumers Really Think About VR

Breaking down why consumers are—and aren't—ready to dive into VR.