Josh Sternberg

Josh Sternberg

Media and Tech Editor
Josh Sternberg is the media and tech editor at Adweek.

Introducing Media Together: Where Media Pros Find Solutions for the Future

Connecting media professionals one story at a time.

Spotify Picks Up Bill Simmons’ The Ringer to Stand Out From Music Streaming Rivals

"We have bought the next ESPN," said CEO Daniel Eck.

The Guardian Will No Longer Take Ad Money From Oil Companies

"It was the right time to take this step," says CEO Anna Bateson.

The News Provenance Project Wants to Save Journalism Using Blockchain

The New York Times, working with IBM to create The News Provenance Project, has been looking at the rise of misinformation.

G/O Media Says GMG Union Is ‘Harassing Candidates’ as It Tries to Rebuild Deadspin

G/O Media sends a letter to GMG Union saying it is moving Deadspin to Chicago and ending negotiations.

TikTok’s New Policy Restricts Users Under 18 From Giving Money to Streamers Without Parental Consent

TikTok adds restrictions to its gifting feature.

The 2000s: Most Disruptive Decade Since World War II

The Aughts may be the most disruptive decade since World War II: Google hits its stride, the iPhone debuts and other pivotal moments.

In the 2010s, Technology Brought Us Closer Together and Threatened to Tear Us Apart

The 2010s were the connected era, with technology bringing us closer together and threatening to tear us apart.

Chobani’s Brand Purpose Is Centered Around Humanity

President Peter McGuinness discusses how the yogurt company puts its consumers first.

Kimberly-Clark’s CMO Is Stepping Down

Giusy Buonfantino departs after less than 18 months in the role.