The National Football League is being courted for the rights to stream its Thursday Night Football games by Facebook, Amazon.com, YouTube and Twitter — which streamed games last season after winning with its $10 million bid.
AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. won’t advertise on Alphabet Inc.’s Google as fallout continues over some ads appearing before extremist content.
Americans love television, and they’re not cutting back on consumption, but their habits are changing. A recent Morning Consult study looks at what cable can learn from cord-cutters.
Google Inc. is investigating why some gay-themed content on YouTube is restricted to minors when it doesn’t contain material that would otherwise lead it to be marked as off-limits to anyone under the age of 18. The hashtag #YouTubeIsOverParty is being used to express opposition to the restrictions.
Alphabet’s Google Inc. ensured concerned companies they would have more ad oversight after some companies, such as L’Oreal SA, pulled their spots in the wake of the ads appearing ahead of extremist YouTube videos.
An advocacy group purchased ads to run on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and and Fox’s “Fox and Friends” with the intent of catching President Donald Trump’s attention on behalf of American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc., United Continental Holdings Inc. and several flight attendant and pilot unions.
An advocacy group purchased ads to run on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and and Fox’s “Fox and Friends” with the intent on catching President Donald Trump’s attention on behalf of American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines Inc. and United Continental Holdings Inc. and several flight attendant and pilot unions.
Ahead of television’s upfronts, Turner, Viacom and Fox Networks Group announced their OpenAP initiative, which will allow advertisers to further pinpoint audiences and specify their reach.
Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. lead the digital ad market, which is expected to see spending jump 16 percent this year, according to eMarketer.
Facebook Inc. struck a deal with Major League Soccer and Univision Communications’ Univision Deportes to live stream at least 22 matches this season, a move that reflects Facebook’s efforts to beef up its television offerings.