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The shift in advertising is moving to mobile. If you don't have a strategy in place, try one (or all) of these five cost-effective ways to make the most of your on-the-go customers.

Attempting to move the industry behind click-throughs and impressions, Google on Wednesday introduced a plan to measure online advertising that it hopes will become the industry...

The advertising and technology worlds have worked hand in hand since the early days of paper, evidenced by commercial messaging found in the ruins of Pompeii, as just one historical example.

The article examines how the advantages of addressable television are helping it to grow on traditional television in the face of stiff competition for advertising dollars from digital media.

Sling will offer advertisers buy-side inventory available across on-demand and live programming through Adobe’s new advertising cloud.

Adobe hopes its new Advertising Cloud could be an alternative for brands and agencies tired of closed systems like Google and Facebook.

Eliza Esquivel has never been one to take a linear path anywhere. It’s clear in the way she put off diving into a career in her 20s to focus on meditation and figure out what life meant to her, and in the way she changed her plans of becoming a literary critic to venture into …

Facebook and Google continue to dominate digital ad spending while Snapchat tries to catch up.

A cable television station wants to share the hidden gems of our area with the entire nation.

If you have no TV ad budget, would all-digital work? Newcastle Brown Ale would argue yes—digital content is just as effective if not more effective.

A slew of emerging legal issues will confront marketers in virtual and augmented reality, writes attorney Jim Gatto.

Forbes asked readers to turn off ad blockers then immediately served them pop-under malware

This year’s Cannes Lions advertising festival, Madison Avenue’s annual jaunt to the French Riviera, had all the signs of an industry undergoing wrenching change.

Paramount Pictures CEO Jim Gianopulos wrote in a memo Thursday that Amy Powell had been fired for making comments that were "inconsistent with company values."

"...I looked into all the laws and said, 'You know, it’s a scratch ticket. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose,'" the man said.