Josh Sternberg

Josh Sternberg

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

Google Bans Bail Bond Services From Advertising on Its Platform

Google wants to 'protect our users from deceptive or harmful products.'

Group Nine Media’s NewFront Was All About Obsession

And dogs. Lots of good dogs.

Some Notable Names in Media Are Rather Quiet About Ditching the NewFronts

Where is Gannett, Hearst, BuzzFeed and Bloomberg?

Q&A: Teen Marketer Connor Blakley Schools Brands on Gen Z Authenticity

The 18-year-old has worked with the NHL, Sprint, Awesome TV, NPD Group and Johnson & Johnson.

Parents, Stop With the Naked Kid Pics on Instagram, Urges Child Safety Campaign

Child Rescue Coalition hopes to flood Instagram hashtags like #PottyTraining with pictures of children holding 'Privacy Please' signs.

Q&A: This Agency Head of Innovation Doesn’t Think Much of Most Innovation Labs

Zenith's Tom Goodwin discusses what the word means and what it doesn't as well as what it should be.

Facebook Is Rolling Out New Privacy Tools. Will It Be Enough?

The company believes its settings will help users better understand their data.

Sonos Pulls Facebook Ads Following the Cambridge Analytica Scandal

The social platform touts the speaker company as a success story.

Google Announces Initiative to Help Publishers and Combat Fake News

The search company is investing $300 million in the undertaking.

Uber Suspends Self-Driving Tests After Autonomous Car Kills Pedestrian

'We are fully cooperating with local authorities in their investigation of this incident.'