For the 2021–2022 TV season, US upfront ad spending will bounce back to nearly pre-pandemic levels, if not to its 2018–2019 peak, according to our latest estimates.
Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for June 3. I'm deputy editor Lucia Moses, filling in for Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:
Memo to Elon Musk: You were paying attention to the wrong planet all along. Venus, not Mars, is where it's at.
That much was confirmed Wednesday, when NASA announced the two winners out of dozens of entries in its $300 million planetary probe contest. VERITAS and DAVINCI+ were chosen as the agency's next two Discovery missions — and both have our mysterious sister planet in their sights.
In late April, officials with the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority discovered that a hacker group had penetrated several of the agency’s computer systems, exploiting a zero day vulnerability in the network’s VPN service as a way to get its foot in the door.
House committee to hold a public hearing on the January 6 insurrection in the wake of a 4th inspector general flash report
Arizona's top elections official Katie Hobbs announces run for governorship amid ongoing election audit
Apple employees are being asked to return to the office three days a week starting in early September. Tim Cook sent out an email Wednesday informing staff of the change.
The US military likely killed 23 civilians in 2020, according to a new report from the Defense Department