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.

Weiner LinkedIn to CEO Chair

Jeff Weiner was promoted to CEO at LinkedIn and added to the professional network’s board of directors. The company said Reid Hoffman will remain as founder and executive chairman. Weiner […]

Monocle Weekly Summer Series Set for Debut

The Monocle Weekly Summer Series music and conversation program will debut Friday and run eight weeks. Stockholm-based jazz outfit The Quiet Nights Orchestra will perform live on the first installment. […]

TV Everywhere from Time Warner, Comcast

Time Warner and Comcast teamed up on an initiative that will allow the latter’s cable subscribers to gain access to Turner Broadcasting System programming online and on-demand free-of-charge. Content from […]

Live In-Market Streaming of Yankees Games

Professional sports entered the world of live-game in-market streaming with the announcement of an agreement between YES Network, Cablevision Systems and Major League Baseball Advanced Media to give qualified subscribers […]

Secret Diary of Steve Jobs and Newsweek?

Could it be considered a conflict of interest if you write a blog tearing into the head of a company, then cover that company for Newsweek? Dan Lyons seems to […]

Artists Turn to Drawger (If They’re Invited)

Some illustrators and artists upset with Google’s unwillingness to pay for their work turned to Drawger to display their work online, but only if they were invited. In an article […]

Sing Along with Twitter

Twitter and music go hand-in-hand, according to a study from market-research firm The NDP Group, which found that Twitter users are more likely to buy music online, TechCrunch reported. The […]

MySpace Slashing 2/3 of International Staff

Tom’s salary isn’t the only thing being cut by MySpace, as the social-networking site is slashing its international staff from 450 to 150 and shuttering at least four offices abroad, […]

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 […]