Shoshana Wodinsky

Shoshana Wodinsky is Adweek's platforms reporter, where she covers the financial and societal impacts of major social networks. She was previously a tech reporter for The Verge and NBC News.

Fandom Is Serious Business for the Creative Director Behind the KFC Dating Game

The creative director behind the KFC dating simulator knows fandom is a serious business.

Twitter Will Fund the Development of a Decentralized Social Media Standard

CEO Jack Dorsey reveals plans for an independent project called Bluesky.

Augmented Reality Can Bring ‘Incredible Joy’ to Advertising

Facebook's Spark AR platform is now available, for free, to any company using its ad manager.

Facebook Sues Chinese Firm Over Cloaked Ads and Hacked Accounts

ILikeAd Media International Company used malware to compromise accounts, lawsuit alleges.

Bloomberg Rebrands TicToc, Says It’s Not Because of TikTok

Bloomberg Media's short-form video news service is being given a new lease on life.

Picking the Best Platform for Your Influencer Campaign

TikTok and Twitter (and their influencers) are going head-to-head with the reigning influencer marketing champs, Instagram and YouTube.

Bots Will Cost Ecommerce Sites $10 Billion in 2019

A new report from cybersecurity company Cheq found that bot and scraping fraud increase during the holiday season.

An Inside Look Into How TikTok Could Attempt to Win Over Influencers

A brief Adweek found online lays out a proposal by which TikTok would attempt to recruit influencers off of Instagram and Youtube with the promise of hundreds of dollars to create “original, high quality content [that’s] meant to go viral."

Ad Tech Is Giving Influencer Campaigns a Programmatic Boost

Thanks to the burgeoning popularity of microinfluencers, more marketers are programmatically plugging in than ever.

TikTok Confirms It’s Testing Shoppable Videos

Social video site TikTok is expanding its click-to-purchase function outside of ads.