SEMINARS

Election ‘08: Covering Politics in Cyberspace

April 18, 2007 - April 21, 2007
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
In partnership with Investigative Reporters & Editors

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Resources

Presentation materials and slide decks used during the seminar.

Resources

Presentation materials and slide decks used during the seminar.

Link: AJR: “Blogging on the Hustings”
Audio: Audio of Keynote Address (70 MB)
Audio: Audio: Deconstructing the Past (100 MB)
Audio: Audio: Future of Politics Online (62 MB)
Audio: Audio: Keeping Our Focus (60 MB)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 1 (36 MB)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 2 (36 MB)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 3 (88 MB)
Audio: Audio: Public Insight Journalism (50 MB)
Audio: Audio: Role of the Blogosphere (76 MB)
Audio: Audio: Seldon Ring Awards (56 MB)
Audio: Audio: Tech-politics (111 MB)
Audio: Audio: Tools of Engagement (79 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 1 (37 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 2 (42 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 3 (30 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 4 (30 MB)
Audio: Audio: Why Are You Here? (70 MB)
PDF: Avatar Politics: The Social Applications of Second Life
PowerPoint: Beyond Campaign Finance: Prepping for an election in a battleground state (Tamman)
Link: Campaigns & Elections, Inc.: “YouTube and you”
PowerPoint: CNN.com Elections coverage: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (Cox)
Link: Current.org: “They Know More Than We Do”
Link: David All Group: “Google + YouTube + Politics”
PowerPoint: Deconstructing the past: 2004 and 2006 US elections (Nixon)
Word Document: Downloading Campaign Finance Reports from Cal-Access (Campbell)
PowerPoint: Election Dataís New Frontier (Tamman)
PDF: IPDI.org: The Audience for Political Blogs: New Research on Blog Readership
PDF: IPDI.org: The Virtual Trail: Political Journalism on the Internet
PowerPoint: Jam Today: The Online Potential
Word Document: Links Accompanying Michael Skoler’s Talk
PowerPoint: Money in state politics (Campbell)
Word Document: Money in state politics slide notes (Campbell)
Link: OJR: “Building an online army with DailyKos”
PDF: Pew Research Center: News Audiences Increasingly Politicized
PDF: Pew Research Center: Online Newspaper Readership Countering Print Losses
PDF: Pew: Election 2006 Online: Internet as Political Source
Link: Pew: Election Newshounds Speak Up: Newspaper, TV and Internet Fans Tell How and Why They Differ
Link: spiked: “Blogs: the future of political journalism?”
Link: techPresident: The New Influencers
Link: The Bivings Report: “The Internetís Role in Political Campaigns”
PDF: The FEC’s Electronic Filing Site, Part I: A guided tour (Pilhofer)
PDF: The FEC’s Electronic Filing Site, Part II: Downloading, Importing (Pilhofer)
PDF: The long, long, long (really, really long), painfully long road to election day 2008 (Pilhofer)
PDF: The New Soft Money (Pilhofer)
Link: Tools of Engagement: Links and Notes for Discussion (Gahran)
Windows Media Video: Video of Keynote Address (189 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Deconstructing the Past (267 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Future of Politics Online (162 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Keeping Our Focus (156 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 1 (96 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 2 (91 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 3 (229 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Online Beltway (94 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Public Insight Journalism (131 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Role of the Blogosphere (199 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Seldon Ring Awards (146 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Tech-politics (287 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Tools of Engagement (204 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 1 (96 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 2 (108 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 3 (79 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 4 (79 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Why Are You Here? (182 MB)
PowerPoint: washingtonpost.com: Political Coverage 2004-2008 (Manning)

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