A digital campaign to fight a bill that would require driver background checks has some nonhuman support.
Olympics sponsorships have never been more expensive. So why is the IOC relaxing the rules governing what athletes can promote?
By next year, nearly a third of all U.S. internet users will be blocking ads. Or maybe it's a quarter. It depends on which report you believe.
As politicians demand action on gun control, less attention is focused on how advertising agencies market popular assault rifles.
Apple was once synonymous with digital music consumption and its future. Today, it's scrambling to keep up with the times.
At a private event in Utah this week, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise executive also reportedly likened Trump to Hitler and Mussolini.
Clashes between Russian and British fans at a soccer tournament in France have left one British man fighting for his life.
In his weekly address, President Barack Obama called on the Senate to approve a measure that would restructure the territory's debt.
Internet sites that have been chasing brand advertising dollars for decades are now trying a new plan.
The company’s hiring of artist manager and tech investor Troy Carter indicates a shift in its user acquisition and artist relations strategies.
The company announced a deal with Music Reports, a royalty administrator that will help Pandora pay royalties.
In less than a month, the songs on “Views” have been streamed more than 1 billion times.
“Songs of the Summer,” released Friday, provides exclusive covers and original songs that Prime members can purchase or stream.
The latest edition of the influential “Internet Trends” report released Wednesday found that consumers are embracing voice commands.
More than 419 million people have installed mobile ad-blocking software — the majority live in China, India, Indonesia or Pakistan. Could the U.S. be next?
The streaming music service announced Thursday that its many playlists can now be sponsored by advertisers.
Companies like AwesomenessTV are snapping up the rights to popular teen books to expand their scripted slates.
Strong gains in both ad and subscription revenue led to Spotify booking more than $2 billion in revenue last year.
Using technology called LiveConnect, the sports network will send different online ads to fans of different teams — or to different categories of viewers.
Rhapsody, which counts more than 3 million subscribers around the world, now offers a VR app.