David Cohen

David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and the digital industry as a whole since 2009, and previously served as editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.David graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism, and previous held positions with Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News.

Confusion Over Creative Commons License

A field-test of the camera on the new iPhone 3GS turned into a soap opera for Internet designer Dave Shea, who goes by mezzoblue on Flickr, as he took issue […]

‘Iran Election’ Brings Web Searchers to Twitter

The controversial election in Iran turned into a boon of sorts for Twitter, as the social-networking site saw traffic spike due to news and photos of the rallies in that […]

TVGuide.com Seeks Managing Editor

TVGuide.com managing editor Jennifer Holland is leaving the site after just one year, as she is getting married and moving out-of-state, and editor in chief and vice president of marketing […]

$3M in Sweet Tweets for Dell

Dude, you’re Tweeting a Dell? The computer manufacturer said in its corporate blog that it posted $2 million in sales from offering refurbished systems through Twitter at @DellOutlet, as well […]

Prearranged Question at Presidential Presser

The Huffington Post‘s Nico Pitney got the rare opportunity to be called on by President Obama at Tuesday’s press conference, rather than the other way around. As reported on Politico.com, […]

CBS.com, ABC.com Top Last Week’s Online Ratings

According to Hitwise, CBS and ABC were the top two broadcast-network Websites last week, but Fox shows American Idol and America’s Most Wanted were the two most-visited broadcast-show sites, trailed […]

Video of Perez Hilton Fracas

Part of Monday morning’s Toronto fracas involving Perez Hilton, Black Eyed Peas’ Fergie and Will.I.Am, and Polo Molina, the latter’s manager, was caught on video and posted by TMZ. Brietbart.TV […]

Serious Pay Cut for Everyone’s MySpace Friend?

The good news for MySpace cofounder Tom Anderson: He reportedly survived the bloodletting at the social-networking site, despite reports to the contrary. The bad news: According to Silicon Alley Insider, […]

Ziff Davis’ Young: ExtremeTech Not Dead

According to Ziff Davis CEO Jason Young, reports of the demise of ExtremeTech were premature, despite a farewell column that appears on the site’s home page. Young told minonline “there […]

AOL’s Podd: Bebo Won’t Go

Social network Bebo is not going anywhere, according to AOL U.K. and Ireland sales head Simon Podd, who spoke at a panel during C21’s Social Media Forum at the British […]