Media Maven: Lessons from 2008 Elections

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With the "netroots" activated, what can we learn from Election 2008?

From basic email strategy to social networking, counterpoint blogging tactics and wide-spread use of texting and video messages, the 2008 election presents a rich environment to analyze and learn about how to use (and not use) new media tools. Lauren-Glenn Davitian and Shay Totten of Seven Days discuss how national and local campaigns instruct nonprofit communicators (and media mavens). Part of the continuing series of Media Maven Lunches.

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