Today at 3 PM on the Digital Politics Show: Driving the (Online) Ground Game

October 5th, 2010

Karen Jagoda has what looks to be another top-notch Digital Politics Show today, broadcast live at 3 PM Eastern:

With one month to go until Election Day, the topic today is how online ads and mobile apps are being used in the ground game and how campaign narratives are being shaped by dirty tricks and attacks.

The show today features Robin Wheeler, Category Director, Politics and Advocacy, AOL Advertising, contributing editor Gary Bivings, The Bivings Group, and Jack Dubie, co-founder, PatronApps.

Karen’s conversations are always worth the time, and this one will also feature a friend-of-e.politics, AOL’s Robin Wheeler, who’s in charge of the company’s drive to be the third leg of the online political advertising stool. Listen live at 3 at WSRadio.com, or check out past shows in the archives.

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  • 1. Some online video on tech&hellip  |  October 6th, 2010 at 7:13 am

    [...] I’ve yet to check out the Digital Politics Show, but it sounds interesting and I’m going to go through the archives soon.  (H/T e.politics.) [...]

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