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RNC Shifts New Media to Field

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, August 17 2010

Republican strategists in the know point out an aspect of the RNC new media team shake-up that wasn't clear to me at first: new media staffers reassigned to the RNC's Victory Program for the mid-term elections are being ... Read More

RNC Shakes Up Its New Media Department

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, August 17 2010

Sam Stein reports that much of the Republican National Committee's new media staff has been "reassigned" to working on local campaigns: Read More

Republicans Debut "V1," the New New GOP.com

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 9 2010

The Republican National Committee has launched what it's calling "V1" -- or version one -- of a revamped GOP.com. Read More

November Starts Now

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, July 27 2010

Well, okay, maybe not right now. Read More

Shot at RNC "Hosting" Bill Draws Return Fire

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, October 27 2009

There's an interesting little story, having to do with the Republican National Committee's new GOP.com, that sits at the intersection of online public data and the growing interest in using the nuts-and-bolts of ... Read More

Clearing the Cache: Blog Action Day, But Look Who's (No Longer) AWOL [UPDATED]

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, October 15 2009

Today is Blog Action Day, and it looks like a huge number--nearly 10,000--have signed up to post on climate action issues. Most notable in that list, beyond all the usual enviro sites: Prime Minister Gordon Brown's ... Read More

Clearing the Cache: Jersey Chores, and More on GOP.com

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, October 14 2009

James "I videoblogged Ron Paul from my college dorm" Kotecki showers praise on NJ gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie's online campaign. While GOP online ad maven Eric Frenchman explains why NJ independent ... Read More

GOP.com, Day Two

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, October 14 2009

It was probably inevitable that the launch of the GOP's new website would involve a few bumps, but as Andy Barr reports for the Politico, the site's first day was pretty messy. Among the problems were the posting of ... Read More