by Bob Hoffman. Apparently, the market for fake Twitter followers is exploding.
Charlie Stewart reviews The Social Dilemma, the latest social media takedown documentary on Netflix.
by Martin MacGregor. Parts of the media landscape have been changed forever; some have gone back to looking the same; and there is still a lot of snow about.
by Emma King. How do we do our jobs of influencing an editorial media agenda while upholding media values and ethics? Palesa Madumo, James Wilson and I respond.
by Marc Horne. Here are some cultural shifts that will represent profound strategic opportunities for brands willing not only to embrace them but to lead them.
by Carey Finn. Curious about the Free Radio Initiative and other ways to get social causes on the airwaves? The NAB exec director explains.
by Carey Finn. Ultimately, it’s about public safety and social responsibility, says John Montgomery, GroupM global executive VP of brand safety.
by Elena Protulis. Sometimes, it’s ok to not say anything, to not be creative or tactical. Sometimes, people just want space to breathe and deal with the anxiety and the unknown in their own way.
by Charlie Stewart. While some fixate on toilet paper, most of us are calling for more info on covid-19’s spread — and it’s an issue laden with complexity.