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Mark Stenberg

Mark Stenberg is Adweek's senior media reporter covering the business of digital and print media and publishers, including their advertising, marketing and editorial strategies. Before joining Adweek Mark was a reporter for Business Insider.

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Complex Media Acquired by Live Shopping Platform Ntwrk for $108 Million

Merger & Acquisition News

BuzzFeed Inc. originally bought the publisher in 2021 for nearly $300 million.

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Exclusive: Amazon to Sunset Freevee, Streamlining Its Ad and Product Efforts

Connected TV News

Amazon's ad-supported TV app, Freevee, has become redundant following the introduction of ads to Prime Video.

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The Next Era of Subscriptions: 3 Trends Shaping Publishers’ Paid Products

Subscriptions

Fewer hard paywalls and more trends shaping publishers' paid products.

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Axel Springer, Poised for Growth, Unveils Its First US Leadership Team

C-Suite

Axel Springer hired a 10-person U.S. team, including five new hires, pointing toward centralization.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Faces Family Backlash Over Repurposed JFK Ad

Super Bowl Commercials

The Super Bowl spot was funded by American Values, a Super PAC.

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Bustle Digital Group Lays Off Fatherly Team, Part of Its Parenting Portfolio

Digital Transformation

The Fatherly staff cuts come after a challenging year for parent company BDG.

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The DoorDash Super Bowl Sweepstakes: How the Campaign Unfolded

Super Bowl Commercials

How the delivery brand is delivering the entire Super Bowl to one winner.

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American Values’ Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Ad Channels Vintage JFK

Super Bowl Commercials

The political spot was a callback to the iconic creative of a 1960 campaign.

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How Dotdash Meredith Helps Advertisers Convert From Cookies to Contextual

Ad Tech Industry News

Dotdash Meredith's contextual solution,D/Cipher, launched in May, knits together insights from its 48 brands.

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The New York Times Games Advertising Is More Than an Awareness Machine

Gaming News

With millions of daily users and news nowhere in sight, the publisher taps new advertising categories.