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.

Digital Publishers Cross New Territory in Merging Companies With Unionized Staffers

A slew of recent media mergers put these employees in the middle.

A Look Into Why Joe Biden’s Campaign Is Investing in OTT This Election Cycle

Joe Biden is focusing heavily on inserting ads in streaming platforms during his 2020 presidential bid.

Coastal Living Makes a Comeback for Subscribers

Meredith made the magazine title newsstand-only last year.

Spray Tanned and Stilettoed, NBCUniversal Pulls Off Its First Bravo Convention

Here's how reality TV came to the real world for a three-day event.

Nonprofit News Org Chalkbeat Joins Vox Media’s Publishing Platform

Other publications using Vox Media's Chorus include The Ringer and Funny Or Die.

The New York Times’ Journey Into Audio Following the Success of The Daily

The Daily showcases the NYT's reporting, highlights the journalism behind the biggest stories and established a new form of storytelling.

The Atlantic Turns to OOH Advertising to Show Off Its Redesign

A mural in Brooklyn is the brand's first big advertising play to drive subscriptions.

Amazon Just Pulled Off the Most Dramatic Front-Page Ad Takeover for The Report

The wrap appears in the L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune and USA Today, among other papers.

Brands Can Remove Negative Comments on Paid Social Posts With This New Tool

The Ad Mod, currently in beta mode, helped Horizon Media with brand safety during the launch of the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich.

Why the Oath of Office Played Such an Important Role in This Candidate’s Reelection Ad

The spot for Virginia Democrat Elaine Luria—which also called for impeaching President Donald Trump—went viral on Veterans Day.