Docs, Blogs & the Changing Politics of America

Recent advances in digital technology have enabled an upsurge in independent and maverick political discourse accessible to large American audiences. From the unprecedented success of Fahrenheit 9/11 and other digital docs to the phenomenon of bloggers crowding the presidential conventions, this past year has featured a reinvigorated social discourse not seen for nearly a generation. But what has emerged from all the noise? Was the outcome of the 2004 election affected? Have the fundamental dynamics of media and politics changed? Now that there are more ways than ever to influence the political process and make your voice heard, what are the strategies for marketing your message? Moderated by Andy Bowers of National Public Radio and

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Andy Bowers
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