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Google, Politico, Axelrod Preview Mid-Terms

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, September 27 2010

Google gets deeper into the politics business today with an event, co-run with Politico, called "Innovation + Democracy" and starring folks like White House adviser David Axelrod, former Bush adviser Ed ... Read More

Politico Explains Politico

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 22 2009

A smart political consultant type said to me this spring that there's nothing in politics that the web has changed more than it has changed political reporting. I know, seems obvious when you say it aloud. Still, it's ... Read More

Case-Study: Republicans Go Nuclear on Barack

BY David All | Tuesday, May 20 2008

As an effective deployment of a modern media strategy, I want to share a recent example engineered by, among others, the Washington State Republican Party putting the hammer to Barack Obama after a *major* gaffe while ... Read More

Three Ways to Rev Up the Web Campaigns

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, January 24 2008

It's not too late for the campaigns to take some bold steps, using the web, to get new infusions of money, volunteers and votes. Here's how... Read More

Kotecki Gets a New Gig

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, September 25 2007

James Kotecki, everyone's favorite political videoblogger (and one of the first to cover the 2008 election) graduated from college this spring. That not only meant no more videos from his dorm room, but also the ... Read More

MoveOn's "Betray Us" Ad a Smart Move

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, September 12 2007

We could be wrong, but here’s a prediction about the power of viral campaigns: By the time the dust settles on the storm kicked up by MoveOn.org’s highly provocative “Petraeus/Betray Us” ad in The New York Times ... Read More

Daily Digest: 5/17/07

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, May 17 2007

The Web on the Candidates It will truly be the first YouTube election. A week after MySpace announced they're hosting presidential town halls across the country, YouTube has announced they'll be co-sponsoring, with CNN, ... Read More

Daily Digest: 4/2/07

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, May 2 2007

The Web on the Candidates James Kotecki is calling Hillary Clinton to task for not having posted a new "Hillcast" video in over six weeks. When she first started to post videos, they were a bit stilted and tight, and her ... Read More

Daily Digest: 3/23/07

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, March 23 2007

The Web on the Candidates He got it wrong: Yesterday morning, Ben Smith of the Politico reported that John Edwards was suspending his campaign due to his wife Elizabeth's recurrence of cancer. As we know now, Edwards is ... Read More

Daily Digest: 2/15/07

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, February 15 2007

Ben Smith of The Politico reports that a new Hillary-obsessed website, JustHillary.com ('It's All About Her"), has launched. It chronicles its editor's obsession with Clinton and, by extension, the media's obsession as ... Read More