Brand Safety Concerns Come to Twitter as Sponsored Tweets Run on Profiles Selling Illegal Drugs

The brand safety issues that plagued YouTube and Facebook in recent years have now made their way to Twitter. The 4A’s Advertiser Protection Bureau (APB), formed in April as an industrywide effort to address such issues, was alerted to an incident last…

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Why Thursday’s Free Speech Editorials Represented a ‘Moment’ for the Media

Hundreds of newspapers across the country published editorials today in defense of a free press. In response to President Trump’s repeated attacks on the media, most recently calling the media the “enemy of the people,” The Boston Globe’s editorial boa…

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YouTube, Facebook and Apple Permanently Remove Infowars Channels for Using Hate Speech

YouTube and Facebook have permanently deleted channels and pages associated with Alex Jones, the controversial founder of Infowars, for repeatedly violating their policies related to hateful and violent content. YouTube’s decision today to remove Jones…

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YouTube, Facebook and Apple Permanently Remove Infowars Channels for Using Hate Speech

YouTube and Facebook have permanently deleted channels and pages associated with Alex Jones, the controversial founder of Infowars, for repeatedly violating their policies related to hateful and violent content. YouTube’s decision today to remove Jones…

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Amid Les Moonves Allegations, Advertisers Are Sticking by CBS—for Now

During CBS Corp.’s quarterly earnings call last Thursday, Les Moonves sounded like his usual ?ber-confident self, making his typical boasts to investors about “record results,” “another very strong quarter,” “another terrific upfront” and “another grea…

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Condé Nast Seeks Buyers for 3 Titles That Can ‘Realize Their Full Potential’

Cond? Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg confirmed Thursday to staffers in a email that after a review to determine which titles were “vital” to growth, the publisher of Vogue and The New Yorker would sell off Brides, Golf Digest and W – all of which are niche pub…

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Condé Nast Seeks Buyers for 3 Titles That Can ‘Realize Their Full Potential’

Cond? Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg confirmed Thursday to staffers in a email that after a review to determine which titles were “vital” to growth, the publisher of Vogue and The New Yorker would sell off Brides, Golf Digest and W – all of which are niche pub…

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Condé Nast Seeks Buyers for 3 Titles That Can ‘Realize Their Full Potential’

Cond? Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg confirmed Thursday to staffers in a email that after a review to determine which titles were “vital” to growth, the publisher of Vogue and The New Yorker would sell off Brides, Golf Digest and W – all of which are niche pub…

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Joanna Coles Is Leaving Hearst Magazines

Joanna Coles, the chief content officer of Hearst Magazines, is stepping down, The New York Post reported today. Hearst did not return multiple requests for comment. Coles is expected to leave the company next week. Her departure comes on the heels of …

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Les Moonves Is Front and Center on CBS’ Earnings Call, but Doesn’t Address Allegations

Almost a week after The New Yorker published its explosive story in which six women accused him of sexual harassment and intimidation, CBS Corp. CEO and chairman Leslie Moonves was front and center this afternoon on the company’s quarterly earnings cal…

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