Does Your Car Know Who You’ll Vote For?
There’s one ad tech conference I really look forward to attending every year: LiveRamp’s RampUp, which is held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, California. This industry event brings together agency buyers, vendor partners, and technology companies under one roof to share
Google Chrome’s New Built-in Ad Blocker Explained
It's been a few weeks since Google's Chrome browser started blocking ads from sites that use intrusive ad formats like pop-ups, annoying flashing animated ads, and a few others.
Since there's been a lot of confusion about exactly what Google Chrome will be blocking, and how that may impact either their campaigns or digital advertising in general,
Montana Dems Run Innovative Ads Targeting Voters at Risk of Losing Health Care
How do Democratic campaigns and progressive organizations fight Trump between now and November 2018? By going directly to the voters his policies are most likely to hurt. In advance of Thursday's special election to fill Montana's open House seat, the state Democratic Party is working with DSPolitical to deploy highly-targeted digital ads.
We’ll Miss You, John Burton
We're going to miss outgoing California Democratic Party chair John Burton.
He's stepping down when his term ends this month following a spectacularly successful 8-year term that's seen the party become, "more professional than it’s ever been in the history of the party," according to California Governor Jerry Brown.