The move comes as civil rights groups call for major advertisers to boycott Facebook, and the Trump administration reportedly proposes legislation on social media platforms.
Google's new policies mean campaigns need to spend more to get their messages out.
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the presidential race after spending a record half a billion dollars.
Digital ads don't always have to say who paid for them.
Companies don't want to miss out on the 2020 race.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey says the ban is designed to fight misinformation. Will other CEOs join him?
Viewers of The Weather Channel may have noticed a lot of campaign ads this week as the midterm elections approach and more people tuned in to track Hurricane Florence. According to NCC Media, the number of political advertisers on the channel grew from 59 last week to 83 this week. “It’s a smart media strategy,” […]
Unlike broadcast and print ads, online ads are basically a law-free zone.
But political spending on air time isn't nearly what stations expected.