9 Attorneys General Will Investigate Facebook for Antitrust Issues

New York’s Letitia James is leading the effort.

AT&T’s Xandr Monetize Is Ad Tech for the Open Internet

Telco’s media specialist arm leverages AppNexus attributes, promising unique demand plus TV opportunities.

Vaccines Now Have Medically Accurate, Inclusive and Free Stock Photos, Thanks to Self

As part of a special content package about vaccination, the magazine created a collection and made it available to all.

Bustle Digital Group Taps New York Times’ Elizabeth Webbe Lunny as First EVP of Revenue

She had been vice president of media and publisher of T Magazine.

After Months of Preparation, Google Set to Roll Out First-Price Auctions

The search giant will also introduce tools to address publisher concerns.

Americans Trust Police, but Not Advertisers, to Use Facial Recognition Technology Responsibly

Pew study finds people don't have faith in social networks either.

SB Nation and DraftKings Are Teaming Up on a Website Covering Fantasy and Sports Betting

The new editorial site rolls out today, just in time for the 2019 NFL season.

FTC Fines Google $170 Million for Violating Children’s Privacy

YouTube has until early next year to implement changes to the platform.

Media Rating Council Guidelines Bring New Definition to Cross-Screen Viewability

The standards aim for harmony in the contentious video ad marketplace.

The NFL Is Looking to Woo New Viewers With TikTok

The two-year deal will bring game highlights and behind-the-scenes footage to 'fans and future fans,' the league said.