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House Republicans Kick Off New Media Tourney

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, April 21 2010

The Hill's Tony Romm reports that the House Republican Conference has this week kicked off a six-week March Madness-style "New Media Challenge." First up is a qualifying round where congresspeople attempt to ... Read More

Social Media, Huh, What Is It Good For? A Report

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, February 25 2010

Credit: IdealWare The non-profit IdealWare surveyed more than 400 staffers at various non-profits back in November to find out what social media tools Read More

Science Proves Young People Love Mobile Phones

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, February 4 2010

Those of those who remember the days back when the Zack Morris and his football-sized cell phone were cultural icons before they were the subjects of a Jimmy Fallon running gag might be most struck by one particular ... Read More

One Year After Obama, Most Big DC Orgs Aren't Embracing Social Media Tools

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, October 15 2009

Marc Ross, Christine Stineman, and Chris Lisi of 2ndSix, Tribe Effect and Chris Lisi Communications have just published a very interesting report looking at how 102 big Washington-based trade associations and advocacy ... Read More

Daily Digest: Did the Internet Matter?

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, November 28 2008

"Does the Internet Matter?": That's the title of a new report out from Temple University's Institute for Business and Information Technology. Making use of some techPresident data, Temple's Sunil Wattal, David ... Read More

"Townhall" Style Debate a Dot-Bust

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, October 7 2008

Did anyone use MySpace's MyDebates page, the "official online companion to the Presidential Debates"? Alas, not too many. And it looks like only four questions of the millions submitted online were asked by Tom Brokaw, ... Read More