How New York’s Top Advertisers Are Fighting Terrorist Propaganda

The Atlantic‘s Kaveh Waddell reports on meetings between government officials and New York advertising executives seeking to collaborate to counter radicalization online. Waddell writes, “The Madison Avenue crew is still in the early stages of developing a product … whatever the team comes up with is likely to revolve around a positive message (rather than a negative anti-radicalization message). It would involve content (think tweets and videos) developed by young people for young people, and presented organically on social media.”

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