Josh Sternberg

Josh Sternberg

Media and Tech Editor
Josh Sternberg is the former media and tech editor at Adweek.

What Is Ad Fraud and How Does It Happen?

It's costing brands more than $50 million a day.

Q&A: Frog Design’s Creative Chief on the Role of UX and Brand Purpose

Oonie Chase says design is central to businesses’ success.

For Its First Push Into IGTV, Bacardi Is Helping Fans Create a Music Video in Real Time

The brand teamed up with DJ A-Trak and Les Twins for the project, which kicks off Friday.

Q&A: Giant Spoon’s Laura Correnti on the Role Data Plays in Creativity

The evp and managing director discusses the planning and programming levels of media.

Accenture Interactive Gets Into Programmatic Buying

Media agencies are sweating a bit more than usual.

Why Does the Internet Suck?

The quick answer may be the people who use the web: us.

Q&A: IAB’s CEO on the Need for Brands to Connect Directly With Consumers

Randall Rothenberg discusses data in a ‘direct brand’ world.

Even Adweek Isn’t an Expert in Adweek, According to the Soon-to-Be Dead Klout

Get your precious score before the site shuts down on May 25

MasterCard’s Server Went Down. And Twitter Users Raged Because They Couldn’t Get Their Dunkin’ Fix

The company said 'a sporadic acceptance issue' was the problem.

Dozens of Popular Sites Are on ‘Red Alert’ to Demand Net Neutrality Progress

Internet giants and politicians turn up the heat to overturn the FCC's rules.