Facebook Beats Earnings Expectations With 49% Growth in Q3, Despite Russian Ad Controversy

Facebook reported massive ad revenue for the third quarter, while lawmakers harshly criticized tech companies for not fixing fake news.

Snapchat Is Finally Opening Up Pixel Tracking for Marketers to Measure Cross-Platform Stats

The app plans to add audience targeting later this year.

Facebook Touts Its Advertising Effectiveness All the Time—Until Russia Started Buying Ads

The platforms are forced in between touting their effectivenesses for marketers and Wall Street and downplaying their role in the U.S. election.

Millennials Care More About TV (and Its Ads) Than YouTube

Despite falling ratings, a VAB report says television is still the best way to reach the demo.

Facebook Is Making Political Ad Buyers Add New Disclosures, Which Will Slow Down the Review Process

Social platforms are trying to self-regulate.

Google Parent Alphabet Beats Quarterly Earnings Expectations, With Ad Revenue Up 21%

Aggregate paid clicks were also up, as the company reported revenue of $27.47 billion.

Why Capital One Chose Vox Creative to Promote Its New Credit Card

'Happiness research' resulted in a new kind of paid content.

Twitter Is Approaching Profitability for the First Time After Exceeding Q3 Expectations

The company's stock jumped up following the report

James Murdoch Blames Too Many Games on Too Many Nights for Declining NFL Ratings

The 21st Century Fox CEO also said Bill O’Reilly’s $32 million settlement ‘was news to me.’

Twitter Reveals Plan to Show Who’s Behind Political Ads and Why They’re Targeting You

The plan comes days after legislation was introduced.