Publishers & Platforms

From Social Media at CNN to Editor in Chief at Glamour, Samantha Barry Remains a Storyteller

From Social Media at CNN to Editor in Chief at Glamour, Samantha Barry Remains a Storyteller Samantha Barry's diverse, globe-trotting professional path in communications may have had its start at a radio station in Dublin in the early aughts, but she thinks her career began to unofficially flourish much earlier than the experiences she has

From Social Media at CNN to Editor in Chief at Glamour, Samantha Barry Remains a Storyteller2020-03-09T18:00:48-04:00

Time Releases 100 Covers to Celebrate a Woman Of the Year for the Past Century

Time Releases 100 Covers to Celebrate a Woman Of the Year for the Past Century It wasn't until 1999 that Time changed the name of its best-known franchise, Man of the Year (established in 1927) to the more gender-neutral Person of the Year. Now, Time is making up for the delay with a new multimedia

Time Releases 100 Covers to Celebrate a Woman Of the Year for the Past Century2020-03-06T17:25:56-05:00

Time Releases 100 Covers for a Century’s Worth of Women of the Year

Time Releases 100 Covers for a Century’s Worth of Women of the Year It wasn't until 1999 that Time changed the name of its best-known franchise, Man of the Year (established in 1927) to the gender-neutral Person of the Year. Now, Time is making up for the delay with a new multimedia project called "100

Time Releases 100 Covers for a Century’s Worth of Women of the Year2020-03-06T17:25:56-05:00

How Time’s Immersive VR Experience Is Emblematic of Its Dream to Build a Modern Media Company

How Time’s Immersive VR Experience Is Emblematic of Its Dream to Build a Modern Media Company It started with a photograph, if not a dream. As Mia Tramz, Time's editorial director of enterprise and immersive experiences, shuffled between meetings at the publication's onetime office at 225 Liberty St. in New York, a photograph of Martin

How Time’s Immersive VR Experience Is Emblematic of Its Dream to Build a Modern Media Company2020-02-20T07:30:16-05:00

FTC Seeks Information From Big Tech Companies on Mergers From 2010 to 2019

FTC Seeks Information From Big Tech Companies on Mergers From 2010 to 2019 The Federal Trade Commission is taking a closer look at acquisitions in the past decade by tech giants Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. The agency issued orders today requiring the five companies to provide information about acquisitions between Jan. 1, 2010,

FTC Seeks Information From Big Tech Companies on Mergers From 2010 to 20192020-02-11T18:12:27-05:00

Female Directors Were Frozen Out of This Year’s Oscars, so They’re Stealing the Broadcast’s Ads

Female Directors Were Frozen Out of This Year’s Oscars, so They’re Stealing the Broadcast’s Ads On Sunday, the Academy Awards will take place for the 92nd time. And a man will win Best Director, because only men were nominated this year in a time-honored tradition that has resulted in only five Oscar nominations ever for

Female Directors Were Frozen Out of This Year’s Oscars, so They’re Stealing the Broadcast’s Ads2020-02-07T16:30:39-05:00

Instagram’s $20 Billion Ad Revenue Isn’t Exactly a Shock to Marketers

Instagram’s Billion Ad Revenue Isn’t Exactly a Shock to Marketers It's hard to remember now, but for the first three years of its existence, Instagram was ad-free. When it finally incorporated ads, shortly after Facebook bought the photo-sharing platform for $1 billion in 2012, the language around the rollout promised users it wouldn't be too

Instagram’s $20 Billion Ad Revenue Isn’t Exactly a Shock to Marketers2020-02-07T16:04:08-05:00

Janelle Monáe Narrates New York Times Ad for The 1619 Project

Janelle Monáe Narrates New York Times Ad for The 1619 Project Actor, singer and producer Janelle Mon?e can add one more accolade to her bio: the first celebrity to appear in an advertisement for The New York Times. A 30-second commercial from the publisher will run during the Academy Awards on Sunday night, marking the

Janelle Monáe Narrates New York Times Ad for The 1619 Project2020-02-05T23:00:16-05:00

Google Reports $15 Billion in YouTube Ad Revenue in Its Latest Earnings

Google Reports Billion in YouTube Ad Revenue in Its Latest Earnings Alphabet Inc. said today its YouTube ad revenue for fiscal year 2019 was $15 billion. "Our investments in deep computer science, including artificial intelligence, ambient computing and cloud computing, provide a strong base for continued growth and new opportunities across Alphabet," Sundar Pichai, CEO

Google Reports $15 Billion in YouTube Ad Revenue in Its Latest Earnings2020-02-03T17:22:38-05:00

Twitter’s #BrandBowl Returns to Crown the Brands That Shine Online During the Super Bowl

Twitter’s #BrandBowl Returns to Crown the Brands That Shine Online During the Super Bowl Year No. 54 for the Super Bowl also marks year No. 3 for #BrandBowl, Twitter's way to recognize brands that drive discussion on its platform during the game. Brands talking about brands is a thing in the modern era, so might

Twitter’s #BrandBowl Returns to Crown the Brands That Shine Online During the Super Bowl2020-01-29T17:10:19-05:00