Daily March 31
Ad tech is arguably one of the most polarizing cornerstones of the marketing industry. While some herald it as the future of the industry, others decry it as a major threat to civil liberties given the abuses of vast sums of online user information — the cause of laws such as GDPR. Read more below.
- Here’s scrutiny of some of the perceived wisdoms of ad tech on the public markets after a dizzying year of public listings.
- The New Yorker switched up its daily newsletter, rolling out a voicier and more editorialized approach for readers’ inboxes. The idea is to infuse a bit more personality and original content — a newsletter strategy The New Yorker is now bringing to its daily product.
- This week’s Digiday+ Media Briefing recaps the top topics of discussion among publishing executives at this week’s Digiday Publishing Summit.
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