Sara Jerde

Sara Jerde

Publishing editor
Sara Jerde is Adweek’s publishing editor, where she covers traditional and digital publishers’ business models. She also oversees political coverage ahead of the 2020 presidential race.

Journal House Returns to Davos as WSJ Expands Experiential Marketing

It's the second year of the branded pop-up, which has added new sponsors.

Media Execs Agree on the Need for Better Measurement for Fragmented Audiences

If only CES could be used for something useful.

Business Leaders Prepare for an End to the Longest Period of Growth

At this year’s CES, Adweek spoke with several CMOs about the conversations they are having about a possible recession.

Bob Cohn Heads to The Economist as President

Bob Cohn joins The Economist after more than 10 years at The Atlantic.

After a Year of Change, Verizon Media’s Iván Markman Looks Ahead

"We're in a much stronger position than we were in Q1 at this point in time last year."

Scanning 500 Million Tweets a Day to Find the Next Big Idea

Twitter's CES 2020 activation looks back, to the future.

If Westworld Season 3 Is Anything Like This Teaser Dinner, We’re in for a Ride

Can a company tell you how to live better? Welcome to Incite.

Ivanka Trump Speaks at CES About an Evolving Workforce in the US

At CES, Ivanka Trump, whose appearance was not without controversy, discussed jobs after cancelling her appearance last year.

Donald Trump Will Have an Ad in Super Bowl 2020

The news follows Bloomberg campaign's announcement of a 60-second spot in the Big Game.

Bloomberg Campaign Takes Out Super Bowl Ad to One-Up Trump

Bloomberg's presidential campaign took out a Super Bowl ad in an effort to one-up the Trump campaign, which was rumored to also be considering an ad.