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Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda

The non-partisan Digital Politics Podcast with Karen Jagoda explores political and advocacy campaign best practices, new technologies and innovative approaches to voter engagement, fundraising, ground game strategies, cross-media advertising, using social media to promote and persuade, and getting out the vote. Since 2007, this show has spotted trends and interviewed strategists on the campaign trail as well as candidates, elected officials, and solutions providers who are bringing new tools to campaign staffers and volunteers.
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Now displaying: April, 2016

Welcome to DigitalPoliticsRadio.com the podcast spotting trends and thought leaders at the intersection of politics and technology since 2007.  Follow us on Twitter @evoterinstitute and check out Facebook.com/digitalpoliticsradio.com.

Apr 29, 2016

Colin Delany, founder, ePolitics on the evolution not revolution in the world of political online fundraising, reducing the barriers to action for voters, and organizing online to put pressure on convention delegates.

@epolitics

How to Use the Internet to Win in 2016

ePolitics

Apr 24, 2016

Jed Dederick, Regional Vice President of Business Development, The Trade Desk on the opportunities to use programmatic ad buying for hyper-local voter targeting across all media platforms, supporting the goal of fewer but better political ads, and getting an accurate picture of how voters consume media.

@TheTradeDeskInc

The Trade Desk

Apr 20, 2016

Patrick Ruffini, Partner and Co-Founder, Echelon Insights and previous director of digital strategies for the RNC on creating the impression of a groundswell on Twitter and methods to reveal phony networks of supporters with examples from the Trump campaign.

@PatrickRuffini

@echeloninsights

#NeverTrump

Echelon Insights

Apr 14, 2016

John Nienstedt, President, Competitive Edge Research & Communication on the relevance of the California primary, whether angry people are more likely to vote than happy folks, how the presidential competition will impact down ballot races, and polling Asian, Hispanic and Millennial voters means looking carefully at all the sub-groups that make up these categories of voters.

@CompetitivEdge

Competitive Edge Research & Communication

Apr 13, 2016

Kerry Nelson, Data Integrity Manager, Liberal Party of Canada on challenges to fundraising in emerging democracies, why peer-to-peer is the most trusted form of communication in places where mass media is suspect and building strong team organizers to mobilize neighbors to get out to vote.

@KerryNelson

@IFLRY

@NDI

International Federation of Liberal Youth

National Democratic Institute

 

Apr 4, 2016

Melinda Gipson, Political Advisor, SABIO Mobile on using mobile ads to target voters by location and demographics as well as behavioral characteristics and the apps that they have on their phone.

@SABIOMobile

SABIO Mobile

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