The Internet and Democratic Debate
As wired Americans increasingly go online for political news and commentary, we find that the internet is contributing to a wider awareness of political views during this yearâ€™s campaign season.
Political Online Advertising Update
DNC Post-debate ads assure that October will be a record month in political online ad spending
Presidential Campaign Ads Online
The presidential campaign world today regards the internet as an asset for fund-raising, voter-profiling, and insider communicating, but not for advertising, according to the first-ever systematic study of online political ads.
Playing the Game
As the GOP heads into its nominating convention, two new features on the president’s campaign web site warrant attention.
Democratic National Convention 2004
As the Democratic National Convention began, the presence of several dozen accredited bloggers reaped the lion’s share of attention from reporters on the Internet beat. But a two-minute cartoon parody of the presidential race has reaped the lion…
Listserv Campaigning Heats Up
A flap over Der Führer shows how new technology is changing grassroots politicking…
Internet Use and Newsgathering During the Election Season
This presentation summarizes data from the report: “Cable and Internet Loom Large in Fragmented Political News Universe” and was done in conjunction with the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
Online campaigners, citizens, and portals in the 2002 elections
Email has become an increasingly popular and potent tool for political communication in America.
Modest increase in Internet use for campaign 2002
More Americans used the Internet to get campaign information in 2002 than during the last midterm election four years ago.
Internet Election News Audience Seeks Convenience, Familiar Names
As the audience for online campaign news has expanded—increasing fourfold over the past four years—it has gone more mainstream in its preferences and pursuits.