Quick update: while we were lounging around the e.politics bunker on our recent publishing break, media calls just kept on a-comin’ in. The highlights:
- [NPR] Obama, Romney Campaigns Taking ‘See What Sticks’ Approach To Web Videos. An excellent Ari Shapiro piece that features an e.pol quote about how online videos are often aimed at niche audiences.
- [Denver Post] GOP, Democrats take political scrap online. In which we compare and contrast Obama’s Dashboard with the Republican Social Victory Center, and make some points about a Facebook-centric strategy and the need to put people to work in the real world in the process.
- [Marketwatch] Massachusetts Senate race raking in the cash: Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren both running savvy operations. This time the quotes are about the Brown and Warren websites as fundraising tools.
Very cool! Combined with that recent WSJ story, it’s been a great few weeks for press down here. And, these articles are good examples of the kind of interest in digital politics we see in a presidential election year.