Jameson Fleming is the senior editor, membership, at Adweek, focusing on newsletters, audience development and other products for subscribers. He previously served as Adweek's chief of staff, news editor and associate web editor. He also oversees Adweek's Super Bowl coverage. Previously, Jameson worked for Syracuse.com as a web editor and CBSSports.com as a social media editor. He holds a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.
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The MLB focused on building a digital community for the two-month long sprint.
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Plus, was keyword blocking actually as bad as we thought?
Inside Unilever’s Boycott Decision; How White Is Brand Leadership?: Tuesday’s First Things First
Plus, Dr. Fauci gets his own baseball card.
Best of Ad Tech; Previewing Adweek’s NexTech Event: Monday’s First Things First
Plus, a hilarious Sam Adams ad.
Troy Young Resigns; Inside the Rebirth of Halo Marketing: Friday’s First Things First
Plus, a brutal day of earnings calls.