Multimillion-dollar advertising campaigns are being launched over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
Popular publications like New York Magazine are pushing the boundaries and publishing stories about sexual harassment allegations.
President Trump says he'll announce his nominee to become the next Supreme Court justice on Monday, and a fight over the choice is already raging.
Fox Network Group announced that it's looking to reduce ad time in an effort to make TV more like on-demand services.
Here & Now media analyst John Carroll joins us to round up this year's top Super Bowl spots, as well as those that didn't quite hit the mark.
Each speaker presents a possible platform for companies to reach consumers through paid advertising.
Companies turned to themes of activism and technology to attract consumers this year, but many of their efforts backfired.
Companies like Adidas and Cadbury have pulled back their ads, and YouTube says it has now removed hundreds of predatory accounts.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with media analyst John Carroll about what the ads might mean for viewers.
The Federal Trade Commission says celebrity marketers are failing to disclose that their posts about various products are actually paid advertisements.
The campaign is aimed at countering ads run by hospitality industry groups that claim Airbnb is getting rich while shrinking the local housing market.
Official Olympic sponsors will spend more than $900 million to associate their brands with the Rio games. But millions more will be spent on "ambush marketing."
The battle over the president's Supreme Court pick is also being waged on the television airwaves, with a spate of ads on both sides.
Super PACs are stepping up their attacks in the wake of Donald Trump's Super Tuesday victories, with a spate of new anti-Trump ads.
From overprotective fathers to PuppyMonkeyBaby, Here & Now's Robin Young takes a look at this year's offerings with our media analyst John Carroll.
As the presidential primary race heats up, some states are being inundated with ads, but it's not always clear who's behind them.
Google is trying to make mobile web browsing faster with Accelerated Mobile Pages, which block the slower parts of the page.
Urgency is starting to creep up on candidates for both parties to gain ground.
Millennials' top source for political news is Facebook, according to a recent study. Now, other social networks are trying to get on board.
The tech giant's plan to allow ad blocking in Safari's mobile browser is good news for users, and bad news for publishers and advertisers.