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Topic: Digital Media

Facebook Tweaks Cause Concern Among Marketers, but Not Necessarily Panic

News feed algorithm changes have publishers on their toes

Facebook today unveiled changes to the way its news feed algorithm distributes page posts, giving more credence to posts by users' friends than from publishers. For instance, news articles with…

Six Tips on Talking to the Post Generation

How the under-14 crowd views media and content

In my last Adweek column introducing the Post Generation—my nickname for the under-14 cohort, also variously referred to as Gen Z or Centennials or the Homeland Generation (among other appellations)—I…

You Don't Need to Buy a Super Bowl Spot to Advertise During the Big Game

Digital media boosts brands on a budget

When it comes to advertising, New England-based Nutri Ninja, which makes professional blenders, is mostly known for its infomercials. But after finding out that New England Patriots wide receiver Julian…

Here's How GM Uses Social Data to Improve Cars

Brands employ Twitter and Facebook feedback in new ways

When owners of the new Chevrolet Trax drive off lots in January, they will comment on everything from its built-in WiFi to its trunk space on Facebook, Twitter and auto…

Revealed: The Winners of Adweek's 2014 Hot List

Our picks for the year’s best in magazines, television and digital media

What a year in media. Prime-time's drama queen Shonda Rhimes—plus literally anything HBO did—kept us from cutting the cord. Netflix, Instagram and Minecraft continued to dominate our digital lives, while…

Alibaba’s Jack Ma is Adweek’s 2014 Media Visionary

Led China’s e-commerce giant to a $25 billion IPO

A former English teacher, Jack Ma became the richest man in China by leading Alibaba to a $25 billion IPO this year. The e-commerce giant (which appears on this year’s…

Facebook Will Get 10% of U.S. Digital Ad Spending in 2014

Research shows social giant's digital dominance

Adults in the United States will spend an average of 6 percent of their total digital media time on Facebook—or 21 minutes every day—and the social media giant captures 10…

IfOnly Sells 2,000 Experiences in Its First Year

Online store pitches dreams instead of products

While most of the online retail space focuses on selling goods, IfOnly offers adventures ranging from hanging out during Paul McCartney's soundcheck to watching a baseball game with San Francisco…

Videology Breaks Down How Millennials Consume TV

Move over glowing boxes, devices are taking over

Today's millennial viewer spent more time on digital media than watching TV last year, according to a new infographic by programmatic video advertising platform Videology, with 34 percent admitting to…

Wall Street Journal to Advertisers: We're More Innovative Than You Think

Unveils video magazine and digital series

The Wall Street Journal, the 124-year-old broadsheet, wants advertisers to know that it "gets" video as well as digital in general. While the Journal's relatively affluent viewer demographics are envied…

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