Pre-screening images means email marketers get less data.
There's little question that Twitter's intial public offering in October was a success, but what about its ad business?
The North Face has worked with IBM to apply the tech giant's Watson cognitive computing system into a new approach to shopping.
Now with responses, including ones from J.C. Penney, Au Bon Pain, Charmin, NBC, Monster.com and, of course, Oreo.
On the same day that Martha Stewart appeared on MSNBC to talk holiday gifts, her company cut about 100 jobs, a third of the workforce.
"Find your people," proclaims Meetup's latest ad, a billboard in New York City urging holiday shoppers not to forget their fellow humans.
Ford and YouTube network 'What's Trending' are hosting a two-hour YouTube telethon Thursday night to benefit homeless children.
Failed in its bid to acquire Snapchat, Facebook is doing the next best thing with private messaging on Instagram.
AOL's Patch may soon be announcing a partnership, the next step for the beleaguered network of hyperlocal news sites.
Charging for content helps publishers capture valuable "first-party" data on subscribers, the Online Publishers Association said.
Spotify has introduced a free ad-supported mobile service in a bid to attract people's ears and advertisers' wallets.
Are you sure that all involved will play nice together?
Four steps for publishers setting up programmatic sales teams. Starting with ad ops and ending, perhaps, with programmatic direct.
YouTube will account for just 6.3% of all of Google's net U.S. ad revenues for the year.
Research from Custora finds social marketing yields just 2% of retailers' holiday sales.
"If we don't fill that need, then it is going to get filled by somebody else," CEO Jeff Bewkes said at the UBS media conference.
CEO Mark Thompson promised 'zero confusion' between what is journalism and what is advertising.
Interactive Advertising Bureau says it's all in for Sen. Mark Pryor, an Arkansas Democrat, in 2014.
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Former Cumulus Media executive VP-sales Michael Pallad is now overseeing all ad sales for iTunes Radio internationally.