If you were disappointed with how certain demographics voted in the 2016 presidential election, you're not alone.
Droga5, Adweek's U.S. Agency of the Year, produced a wide range of work in 2016 for clients ranging from Johnsonville to Hennessy. Some ads will likely make you laugh, while […]
President-elect Donald Trump's brilliant use and erstwhile abuse of the media during his improbable but convincing presidential run was a major headline throughout the campaign. The surprise of Trump's ascendance […]
On Tuesday night, BuzzFeed News showed the Twitter audience what election night coverage could look like for millennials.
Left-leaning American citizens are exploring their options to the north as Donald Trump tonight seems to be closing in on an upset victory over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
Twitter has been front and center during this year's election season, and the Twitter-happy GOP nominee Donald Trump has had much to do with that.
The Mannequin Challenge is simple: Get a bunch of people together, have them stand completely motionless in ridiculous fashion, take a video of the whole thing, and share it on social media. As one last plea to get Americans to vote, Hillary Clinton posted a video early Tuesday of her team performing the challenge on her airplane. The video makes its way through the cabin of the plane, passing aides carrying pizza boxes, media members seeking a quote and a smiling Bill Clinton. It ends with Hillary grinning at a guitar-playing Jon Bon Jovi.
Simply Measured has been tracking people on social media who say they've participated in early voting for the presidential election. For instance, it scraped Twitter, Facebook and other platforms for statements like "I voted for Dona
This year's presidential election has been the most social in history, but will Twitter chatter determine the next president?