David Cohen

David Cohen

Social Pro Daily Editor
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. He previously served as editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes. David graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and previously held positions with Broadcasting and Cable and Multichannel News.

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 […]

ABC News’ Paul Slavin on Challenges in Iran

ABC News head of digital operations Paul Slavin spoke with Beet.TV last week about the difficulties of newsgathering in Iran, and this was before the government there tightened its rules […]

Primetime Link Back on ABCNEWS.com

ABCNEWS.com is sporting its Primetime link yet again, as Primetime: Family Secrets and Primetime: Crime return to the network’s schedule this Tuesday and next Wednesday, respectively. In addition, President Obama’s […]

Pfeifle: If Anyone Deserves Nobel Prize, It’s Twitter Founders

A Nobel Prize for Twitter? Mark Pfeifle, former deputy national security advisor for President George W. Bush, told Fox News Channel in speaking about the election crisis in Iran, “If […]


WNET.ORG launched weekly newsletter NEWSTHIRTEEN, which brings the latest from news and public-affairs programs such as The NewsHour, Charlie Rose, Frontline and Bill Moyers Journal to subscribers’ email boxes. The […]

Google Loses Its ‘Social Force’

Google developer advocate Kevin Marks is leaving the company, he announced on his blog Monday. TechCrunch referred to Marks as “a social force within Google and one of the main […]

Huffington Post New York Debuts

The newest member of the Huffington Post family has a distinct Big Apple flavor. Huffington Post New York launched Monday, with blog posts from Nora Ephron, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), […]