Sami Main

Sami Main is a staff writer for Adweek.
Sami Main is a staff writer for Adweek, where she specializes in covering the digital publishing industry, emerging influencers, video networks and brand partnerships.

Hulu Users Reveal the Weirdest Places They’ve Watched TV

Hulu power users reveal secret TV habits like keeping up with their favorite programs in the bathroom.

Women’s Wear Daily Scales Back Print Editions and Cuts Staff

The 107-year-old publication is stopping its regular, weekly publication in favor of a digital-first strategy.

Disney’s Maker Studios Confirms Cutbacks Across Company, Not Just Among Its Creators

Maker Studios, a multichannel network owned by Disney, will be reducing staff and creators.

Pandora Will Debut Personalized Digital Audio Ads and Sequential Messaging This Year

The music-streaming service is partnering with A Million Ads to experiment with dynamic ads across its many platforms.

Food52 and the Unique Space It Occupies on the Food Internet

The independent food publisher has cracked the code on working with contributors, brands and beautiful photography.

How This 100-Year-Old Business Publication Turned Its Attention Toward Millennials

How does Forbes attract such a young audience? Young people are the ones developing new, disruptive businesses but still need the know-how.

This Tool Allows You to Find Social Influencers Through Image Recognition

You can discover new social influencers by searching for similar images thanks to a new tool from Dovetale.

BuzzFeed Is Exposing Readers to Opposing Viewpoints With ‘Outside Your Bubble’ Initiative

BuzzFeed News launches new tool to encourage readers to explore other points of view.

Condé Nast Entertainment Debuts a New Incubator Series to Help Discover Young Filmmakers

Indigenous Media and Josh Hutcherson's production company teamed up with CNE to produce short films from five up-and-comers.

Here’s How You Can Optimize Preroll Campaigns for the Best Possible Response

Most people skip preroll ads, but a new study could help advertisers find creative ways to make theirs more effective, including making them six seconds long.