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Trump-Appointed FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Will Leave His Post in January

Ajit Pai, named to his role in 2017, oversaw the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Newsmax, the Surging Conservative News Network

Programming & Performance

Newsmax might not have been on your radar until its recent ratings uptick, so here are 10 things you need to know about the surging conservative news network.

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More Than 800 Creatives Are Coming Together to Help Democrats Win Georgia’s Senate Races

Politics

The ad industry is pouring resources into pivotal runoff elections that will decide control of the U.S. Senate.

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Joe Biden’s Approach to Chinese Tech Will Focus on US Business Interests

Experts share thoughts on how the president-elect will proceed with the other economic superpower.

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‘The Heat Has Ratcheted Up’: What to Know About New York’s Latest Anti-SLAPP Ruling

In a win for publishers, New York has upped protections for journalists and media organizations that face threatening, but ultimately bogus, lawsuits against them.  Last week, New York Governor Andrew [...]

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Why Joe Biden’s Win Was Especially Sweet for Mekanism

The agency's relationship with the president-elect dates back to 2014.

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How the Ad Industry Is Lobbying the Corridors of Power

Politics

The prospect of an incoming Democratic presidential administration alongside the new-look composition of both Congressional chambers has leaders in the marketing industry pondering what the next four years will hold [...]

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How Four Seasons Total Landscaping Can Capitalize on That Infamous Press Conference

The company released a new line of merchandise only 2 days after the event.

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US Conservatives Increasingly Flee Twitter and Facebook for Upstart Parler

The platform's membership surged from 4.5 million to 8 million in a week.

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Twitter Labeled Some 300,000 Tweets for Violating Its Civic Integrity Policy

The social network said they represented just 0.2% of all election-related tweets sent from Oct. 27 through Nov. 11.

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Will a Biden Presidency Impact Freelancers in the Ad Industry?

The short answer is no, but legislation he supports could have adverse effects on people who choose to freelance for a living.

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To Navigate the Trump-Biden Transition, Brand Leaders Should Take the ‘Dinner Party Test’

Aside from weariness and strain related to the pandemic, leaders are struggling with lingering political bitterness and the impact on campaigns and marketing—and how all this civil strife will challenge [...]

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Facebook CMO Alex Schultz Responds to Perception of Dominance by Conservative Pages

He sought to de-emphasize analytics tool CrowdTangle, which Facebook owns, while prioritizing reach over engagement.

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The Trump Administration Ghosts TikTok Ahead of U.S. Ban

The social media company has averted several tough deadlines already.

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Why 2020 Was the Twitter Election

Joe Biden may have won, but it was Twitter’s election.  The social media company, which for many years let President Donald Trump post uninterrupted, has done an about-face this year. [...]