Sara Jerde

Sara Jerde

Digital Media Reporter
Sara Jerde is the digital media reporter at Adweek, covering publishers and platforms, including the OTT and streaming space.

Elizabeth Warren Takes Swing at Facebook’s Political Ad Policy in Scathing Stunt

An ad created by the senator's campaign claimed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had endorsed President Trump.

Media Buyers Are Cautiously Optimistic About the Latest Run of Media Company Mergers

It's not all about the scale.

The New Yorker Festival Has Been a Thing for as Long as David Remnick Has Been Editor

The brand reflects on how the event has evolved.

Group Nine Will Acquire PopSugar, as Another Media Company Gobbles Up Another Property

The deal is expected to close in 40 days.

Presidential Candidates Need to Step Up Their Branding to Compete With Trump

Experts say that most campaigns so far are 'boring.'

Quartz Searches for New Editor in Chief After Co-Founder Departs

Kevin Delaney is leaving the business media organization to pursue other projects.

Democracy Won’t Die in Darkness If ‘Purple Project’ Has Anything to Say About It

A network of media companies, ad agencies and nonprofits aims to put democracy at the forefront of conversations.

When Two of the Biggest Names in Ad Tech Merge, What Comes Next?

The Taboola and Outbrain merger has been pegged as potential precursor to IPO, but erosion of competition concerns publishers.

Erin Andrews Designed a Subtle Sportswear Line With the NFL

The sports broadcaster's first clothing line drops today.

Vice Media Group Will ‘Combine Forces’ With Refinery29

"Their continued growth is impressive," Vice Media Group CEO Nancy Dubuc says of the women-focused publisher.