Keith Grossman Hires CRO, Grows Marketing Team at Time

It's a challenging time for media organizations as they diversify revenue streams and build teams around those growth areas.

Twitter’s Ad Network Is Waging a War Against Anatomy

The Vagina Bible writer took to the platform after her ad was rejected.

TikTok Has a New Way to Monetize Its Rabid Teenage Fans

The program is being beta-tested in East Asia right now, but is still a long way from making its American debut.

Special Interest Publications Are Giving Shuttered Print Magazines a New Lease on Life

Consumers are drawn to special interest publications, but it's a mixed bag for advertisers.

5 Ways Brands Can Protect Themselves Against the Next Social Media Hoax

These campaigns go viral and can ruin an organization’s equity.

Facebook Again Tries to Clarify When It First Knew About Cambridge Analytica

The social network is disputing the timeline of events in ongoing litigation stemming from a massive data breach that affected 87 million users.

Could That GIF Get You Sued?

After Pizza Hut was called out by a content creator, a lawyer shares some guidelines for marketers.

Twitter Will No Longer Accept Ads From State-Controlled Media Entities

The social network also suspended 936 Chinese accounts for actions aimed at Hong Kong.

Twitter Just Made a 6-Second Video Bid Unit Available to Advertisers

Media buyers reacted positively, but they noted that it’s not a "game-changer."

BuzzFeed CMO Ben Kaufman Exiting to Focus on His Toy Store

He will remain in his role through the end of the year.