Lisa Granatstein

Lisa Granatstein

Lisa Granatstein is editor, vp, content & events at Adweek magazine, where she oversees the editorial direction, tone and strategy of each issue and its digital presentation. She has a master's degree from the Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and has been covering the marketing and media industries for more than 15 years.

Si Newhouse, Chairman Emeritus of Condé Nast, Has Died

Co-owner of Advance Publications was 89.

Flipping Out Star Jeff Lewis on Product Launches, Learning to Be Type B and His Favorite Airport Hobby

Big changes are in store as the Bravo series heads into its 10th season.

Adweek Kicks Off ‘Next Tech’ Series on the Jobs and Platforms You Need to Know About Now

Beginning with this issue—and over the course of the next four weeks online and in print—we’ll take a deep dive into the future of marketing.

These 5 Women Are Shaping How We View and Engage With Our Sports Heroes

They talked with Adweek about using data and marketing tech to change the game.

Why The Washington Post’s Jeff Bezos Is Adweek’s Media Visionary of 2016

Few tech entrepreneurs have had the ability to imagine a future just beyond our reach, and to profoundly change how we live our lives.

It Might Surprise You That Transparent Star Amy Landecker Is in These TV Ads

Specs Name Amy Landecker Age 47 Claim to fame Stars as Sarah Pfefferman in Amazon Prime's Transparent Base Los Angeles

Anthony Bourdain on Food Porn, YouTube Stars and His Intolerance of Gluten-Free Diets

We're deep in the bowels of New York's Chinatown, down a flight of stairs in the wood-paneled Cantonese classic Hop Kee.

Meet 4 Influential Women in Marketing and Media Who Are Creating a Culture of Change

 

Real Housewives’ Lisa Rinna Dishes on Yolanda and Brandi, With a Chaser of O.J.

Specs Age 52 Claim to fame Star of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Base Los Angeles

ANA Hires 2 ‘Fact-Finding’ Firms to Investigate Media Rebates

The Association of National Advertisers, which represents the country's top brand marketers, on Tuesday announced the hire of two firms to look into the controversial issue of media rebates.