Josh Sternberg

Josh Sternberg

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

Can Amazon Chip Away at Google and Facebook’s Digital Ad Dominance?

A report from eMarketer highlights threats to the duopoly.

Q&A: Edelman’s Global Chair of Crisis and Risk on What Makes a Crisis

If you're calling Harlan Loeb, you're probably in big trouble.

Facebook Says Its Ads Work, but Do They Really?

Here's a breakdown of the platform's ongoing saga.

Just How Pervasive Is Technology in Our Lives?

New Accenture forecast shows how much technology is blurring work and life.

Q&A: How Unilever’s CMO Is Trying to Help Make Digital a Safer Space for Brands

Keith Weed calls on platforms to step up efforts to combat divisive content.

Elton John Used VR in a Surprising Way to Announce His Retirement From Touring

The artist took 100 journalists on a virtual reality journey.

On Facebook’s Nuclear Bomb

With a tweak of code, the company upends an industry.

Trump’s Lawyer Sues BuzzFeed, but What Does That Mean in a Post-Gawker Media Landscape?

Michael Cohen’s defamation suit could be anything from a nuisance to an existential threat.

WWE Is Letting You Step Inside the Ring With Its New VR Partnership

The entertainment company has a use case after experimenting with virtual reality.

Here Are the Top 10 Tweets of 2017, Featuring Everyone From Barack Obama to J.K. Rowling

And, of course, the chicken nugget guy.