Facebook Raked in $9.16 Billion in Ad Revenue in the Second Quarter of 2017

The social giant reported advertising revenue of $9.16 billion in the second quarter, up 47 percent from a year earlier but slower than the year before that.

After 37 Years of Adweek’s Hot List, We’re Changing Up the Way We Honor Publishers

We're bringing print and digital publishing awards under the same roof.

How Video Platforms and Brands Are Courting the Next Generation of Internet Stars

There's a talent grab going on for content creators by Facebook, YouTube and brands like AT&T and Verizon’s go90.

Google Increased Its Paid Clicks by 52 Percent in the Second Quarter

Alphabet's total revenue was $26 billion, while Google advertising revenue totaled $22.67 billion.

Vice Lays Off at Least 60 Employees to Emphasize Video and Scripted Content Production

Vice is one of many new media publishers pivoting to video.

How Adult Swim Cracked the Code on Livestreaming to Attract Massive Audiences

Interactivity and big events like Comic-Con draw audiences and advertisers.

Facebook Is Now Letting Brands and Media Companies Create Their Own Groups Within Pages

The development could help boost niche engagement and control.

The Winner of the Pitch to Pilot Program Wants to Burst Social Bubbles and Bring Strangers Together

The Pitch to Pilot program, as launched at VidCon, enabled up-and-coming creators to pitch their series idea to executives and producers.

NBC News Is Creating Snapchat’s First Daily News Show

Stay Tuned, which will air two episodes a day, will cover national and international news, politics and pop culture.

Google’s New Voice-Activated Analytics Fueled by AI Will Simplify Data Queries

Google's new voice activated tool for Google Analytics could help to 'democratize' how marketers understand data.