Patience Haggin Reporter
  • New York
  • The Wall Street Journal

Patience writes about digital advertising and privacy.

Focus Areas

  • Digital Advertising
  • Privacy

74 Articles
4 months ago
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Chiefs-Dolphins Playoff Game on Peacock Sets U.S. Streaming and Internet-Usage Records

Game on NBCUniversal’s streaming service draws 23 million viewers, accounts for 30% of U.S. web traffic

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5 months ago
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The Cable Company That Wants to Take the Pain Out of Streaming

New subscribers to Charter’s Spectrum will watch TV via a streaming app that lives alongside Netflix, Disney+

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5 months ago
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Google Is Finally Killing Cookies. Advertisers Still Aren’t Ready.

Search giant plans to remove a technology seen as critical to the digital-ad industry

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5 months ago
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Comcast Says Data of 36 Million Accounts Was Compromised in Breach

Hackers took advantage of vulnerability in Citrix cloud-computing software

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6 months ago
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X Is Working to Lure Smaller Advertisers as Elon Musk Keeps Alienating Big Brands

Elon Musk lashed out at advertisers boycotting X during an interview at the New York Times’s DealBook Summit Wednesda...

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6 months ago
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Disney, Lions Gate Pause Ads on X After Musk Agrees With Antisemitic Tweet

Move follows other major advertisers that have stepped back from the platform

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7 months ago
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Netflix, Warner’s Max Team Up With Verizon to Offer Discounted Streaming Bundle

Verizon will offer ad tiers of both services for about $10 a month combined, instead of $17

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7 months ago
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WPP Fires Employee Detained in China, Launches Investigation Into Bribery Charges

Advertising giant said GroupM unit is suspending trade with any organization part of the police inquiries

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7 months ago
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China Raids Offices of WPP Unit GroupM, Detains Executive

Shanghai raid comes as China takes an increasingly tough stance on foreign businesses

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8 months ago
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How Ads on Your Phone Can Aid Government Surveillance

Federal agencies buy bulk data, collected from ads you might never see, that can yield valuable information about you

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10 months ago
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CNN Shuffles Morning, Prime-Time Lineups Amid Sagging Ratings

Abby Phillip and Laura Coates to host 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. slots

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10 months ago
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Comcast Loses Broadband Customers, Benefits from ‘Super Mario’ Success

The cable and media company is contending with a costly pivot to streaming and a sluggish ad market

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