Amazon Just Pulled Off the Most Dramatic Front-Page Ad Takeover for The Report

The wrap appears in the L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune and USA Today, among other papers.

Why the Oath of Office Played Such an Important Role in This Candidate’s Reelection Ad

The spot for Virginia Democrat Elaine Luria—which also called for impeaching President Donald Trump—went viral on Veterans Day.

Fiverr Launches Freelance Marketplace Just for Political Gigs

Jobs range from copy-editing campaign materials to speechwriting.

Rock the Vote Now Has Brands Behind Its Message

Brands for Democracy aims to drive civic engagement and voter registration.

McClatchy Will Ask Readers to Pay for Political Coverage

New subscription service Impact 2020 will cost $50 for the first year and $129 thereafter

The Knight Foundation Puts Millions Into Researching Internet Governance

The funds will go to colleges and think tanks researching these issues.

Twitter Will No Longer Accept Political Ads, Says CEO

'While internet advertising is incredibly powerful, that power brings significant risks to politics'

Advertising Blacklists Are Bad for Journalism—and Democracy

Creating an advertising blacklist tries to provide impossibly black-and-white brand protections in an increasingly complex and nuanced news environment.

The Duo Behind AOC’s Viral Campaign Ad Is Building a ‘Corporation-Free’ Streaming Service

Naomi Burton and Nick Hayes are getting into the space with Means TV, a new media company that will produce original pro-socialist programming.

People Apparently Don’t Want Brands to Take a Stance on Political Issues, Study Says

Creative agency DNA Seattle surveyed Americans ahead of next year’s election.