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Seventeen online debates and counting...

BY Editors | Saturday, September 15 2007

It's time to set the record straight on the history of online political debates, in the wake of press reports and claims that this week's Yahoo!/HuffingtonPost/Slate debate was the first. Read More

Daily Digest: 9/14/07

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, September 14 2007

A new study indicates that text messaging can increase youth voter turnout; the Huffington Post/Yahoo/Slate mashup debate is rolling, and it turns out we can use Jumpcut to edit the footage after all, but we're somewhat ... Read More

Daily Digest: 9/12/07

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, September 12 2007

More news about the anti-Thompson site PhonyFred.org and its connection to the Romney campaign; the Huffington Post, Yahoo, and Slate team up to produce a "Mashup" presidential forum, though it might not allow for ... Read More

Daily Digest 8/7/07

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, August 7 2007

Caroline Giuliani likes Barack Obama; Fred Thompson goes 2.0; Huffington Post exposes the money chase; vote-trading gets legalized; bloggers debate diversity issues; Mitt Romney defends his religion on YouTube; and ... Read More

Online Presidential Debates: Evolutionary, Revolutionary or Painfully Boring?

BY Colin Delany | Tuesday, May 8 2007

Tameka Kee with MediaPost asked an excellent question yesterday when we were emailing about her recent article on the Post’s online political coverage: what about the Yahoo/Huffington Post/Slate online debates: ... Read More

Is Yahoo!’s online debate going to be fair and balanced?

BY David All | Thursday, April 26 2007

When mega-giant Yahoo! decides to play in the political sandbox, I’m going to pay attention. Yahoo! is currently ranked number one in http://www.alexa.com/site/ds/top_500 “>Alexa.org’s Top 500. So when it was ... Read More