Kill Your Algorithm, a Digiday podcast special exploring the implications of a more aggressive Federal Trade Commission, delves into the agency's settlement with period tracking app Flo and why some think it wasn't tough enough.
Webby is "confident" the company will bring in more e-commerce revenue for its affiliate partners this year than the nearly $1 billion in sales in 2020.
During day four of Advertising Week, marketers looked to go deeper with their audience by showing a softer side of the celebrities and creators they work with.
More and more companies are getting into the retail media space. As competition heats up, a Kroger executive talks about the grocer's latest attempt to stay ahead of the curve.
For some — particularly those that get personal fulfillment from their style — the return to the office is, indeed, a good reason to go all out.
Nicole Schumacher, vice president of product marketing, Xandr Advertisers have a number of priorities and considerations as premium video content for viewers evolves. Media types are converging as audience behaviors diverge, adding nuance and complexity to each phase of campaign workflows. It’s the age of innovation for all types of video advertising, including convergence — [
Mukta Chowdhary, vp cultural insights, WarnerMedia Recently published research, Welcome to the Age of Intentionalism, reinforced what brands already know: 2020 was not without its challenges, but the industry also witnessed a birth of intentionality by consumers — they formed new habits, renounced old ones and gained clarity on what mattered most to them. As consumers [
By investing more in digital channels, the company was aiming to meet the tradesmen and women who typically shop for its shoes and work boots in-store wherever they were spending their time online.
After a tumultuous 19 months, the future of work is changing. At this year's Advertising Week, executives across the industry sound off on navigating what comes next.
The FTC has just nine technologists, and three recent departures could stymie its hiring goals.
The media agency network's brand purpose initiative hits on misinformation, fraud, ethics and DE&I issues; it's also the first agency signed up to Disney's new clean-room offering.
In this week's Media Briefing, media editor Kayleigh Barber looks at how sports betting companies are pushing more money to publishers.