How the IAB Intends to ‘Help Legacy Brands Evolve’ in a Shifting Digital Video Landscape

A year after 'a call to action,' what's changed?

The Cannabis Industry Is Still Fighting for Legitimacy on Social Media Platforms

Ads are banned on many social networks, and accounts are closed without warning.

Toyota Will Be NBC’s Exclusive Partner for 6-Second Winter Olympics Ads

Two spots in primetime Games coverage will begin airing Saturday.

Newsweek’s Top Editors and a Reporter Let Go Amid Turmoil

Departures follow resignation of chairman and finance director

Newsweek Media Group’s Publisher and Finance Director Resign Amid Reports of Advertising Fraud

The publisher reportedly used bots and anonymous pirate sites to inflate web traffic figures.

Here We Go Again: CBS and Viacom Officially Agree to Explore a Merger

The Disney-Fox deal leads National Amusements to reconsider reuniting.

Twitter COO Anthony Noto Is Leaving to Become Chief Executive at SoFi

Noto's last day is March 1.

Snap Execs Explain the Key to a Successful TV Partnership and Their Push Into Scripted Shows

Networks must approach Snapchat as ‘a new format,’ not a place to ‘repurpose’ linear clips.

Why ‘Meaningful Interactions’ Should Be the Currency We All Trade in Today

Mark Zuckerberg is right, we need to focus on the audience and give them an experience they value.

Why Print Legacies Like Time Are Betting Big on Augmented Reality

The latest issue featured 4 AR activations.