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Can I get an experience designed for real, live women?, campaignlive.com

A Widower Finds Solace in an Old Recipe, With Help From a French Grocer, adweek.com

YouTube bows out of Hollywood arms race with Netflix and Amazon, adage.com

Marketers Continue to Lose Viewers by Disregarding Actionable CTAs, adweek.com

Ice Cube recruits Serena Williams for sports network bid, adage.com

Here’s How Ad Tech Can Thrive in a Possible Recession, adweek.com

Proposed cross-media standard would toughen rules for digital and TV, adage.com

Planning for the next TV season, campaignlive.com

Calling all luxury brands: Uber of the sky wants to partner, campaignlive.com

The personalization-and-privacy paradox, adage.com

Why CORT Furniture Is Tuning-In to Programmatic Audio, adweek.com

Fighting disinformation with an enlightened approach to media planning, campaignlive.com

Apple Keeps Beating the Privacy Drum in Relatable, Clever iPhone Ad, adweek.com

Why The Fader Installed CBD Vending Machines at Its SXSW Concerts, adweek.com

With $6 Rides, L.A. Rideshare Program Helps Under-Served, adweek.com

ADP Says it Cares Why You Go to Work Every Day, and Has a New Brand Identity to Prove It, adweek.com

Mueller's findings prompt Trump campaigning and Apple gears up for TV event: Monday Wake-Up Call, adage.com

The Top 5 most creative brand ideas you need to know about right now, adage.com

Beast Mode: Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick explores the power of the news publisher’s brand, digiday.com

Petco lets the dogs out in first work from Anomaly, adage.com

Digiday magazine’s latest issue looks at the shifting role of intermediaries in digital media, digiday.com

‘Bundles always dilute the brand’: Publishers grapple with Apple’s new subscription service, digiday.com

Pitch deck: How Google’s Waze sells ads, digiday.com

How Business Insider grew international revenue by 40 percent, digiday.com

Why it’s not all doom and gloom in digital media, digiday.com