Emma Bazilian

Emma Bazilian

Emma Bazilian is Adweek's features editor. Formerly, she was senior editor, style and culture, specializing in the publishing industry, media influencers, luxury brands and more.

Q&A: NewYorker.com Editor Michael Luo on Readership, Revenue and ‘the Mooch’

The New Yorker hired Luo from The New York Times last October as an investigative editor; now he's running its website.

Facetime: Adweek’s Executive Lab Plays L.A.

Video 2020 forecasts the future of programming, media and advertising.

Infographic: How and Where Women Prefer Their Branded Content

Most—87 percent, to be exact—see sponsored content in a positive light, according to an Influenster survey.

Infographic: What Kind of Back-to-School Content Are Kids Viewing Most on YouTube?

A study from Zefr shows how for Gen Z, the video-sharing network has become an essential part of the late-summer ritual.

Infographic: These Are the Images Travelers Share Most on Social Media

Tourists like experiences that they believe are unique and 'off the beaten track.'

After 37 Years of Adweek’s Hot List, We’re Changing Up the Way We Honor Publishers

We're bringing print and digital publishing awards under the same roof.

Infographic: How Consumers Want Companies to Use Customer-Service Chatbots

Customers want to use them for easy questions, keeping things fast and simple.

Adweek’s Rising Brand Stars and Creative 100 Take Their Bows

Adweek celebrates the leading innovators in marketing and advertising in Chicago and Cannes.

Infographic: What Marketers Need to Know About U.S. Soccer Fans

Hitwise gathered audience data from 2014 to 2017 to determine who American soccer fans are and how marketers can reach them.

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.