Lucinda Southern is media editor at Adweek, where she covers the business of media including publishers, social media platforms and digital transformation. Before joining Adweek in 2020, Lucinda spent 5 years at Digiday. Lucinda holds an MA from the University of Bristol.
The Daily Mail Sues Google for Allegedly Throttling Coverage of Royals
The publisher accuses the tech giant of rigging ad auctions and search results.
Time Magazine Is Getting Paid in Bitcoin to Produce a Video Series
The publisher made nearly $500,000 selling NFTs.
‘Making the Leap to a Broadcast Model:’ Inside The Independent’s TV Ambitions
The digital-only news site grew profit by 18% in 2020.
Brand Appetite Around Green Thinking Is Growing for The Financial Times
Over the last 24 months, the value of campaigns related to sustainability has tripled.
The Washington Post Expects International Revenue to Grow 50% This Year
This will be spurred by breaking news hubs in London and Seoul.
Google’s Post-Cookie Targeting Plans Stumble at a GDPR Hurdle
The online giant will delay FLoC experiments in Europe over privacy requirements.
Livingly Media Is Seeing Revenue Windfalls Thanks to its Third-Party Cookie Phase-Out
Despite the public declarations kicking the third-party cookie habit can be tough. To help persuade marketers, lifestyle publisher Livingly Media allows media buyers to test third-party data with its own [...]
Cosmo Wants to Own Commerce With Livestreaming and Clubhouse
“Livestream is definitely the next big thing in retail."