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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: December, 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.

Dec 13, 2016

Brent McGoldrick, CEO, Deep Root Analytics talks about the importance of understanding ticket-splitters and cross-over voters particularly disaffected Democrats in 2016.  He points out that polls and voting history are less important in predicting turnout than figuring out what people are concerned about and the best screens to find them on.  Brent also talks about the challenges of targeting cord-cutters and cord-shavers.

@DeepRootX

DeepRootAnalytics.com

Dec 12, 2016

Rena Shapiro, Vice President of Politics and Advocacy, BuzzFeed talks about earning the right to make a personal ask by a candidate or cause, how organizations like Emily's List thought outside the box to reach Millennials, and the science behind creating content that tells a compelling story and is shared often by a loyal audience.

@RenaShapiro

@BuzzFeedPol

BuzzFeed.com

BuzzFeed

Dec 4, 2016

Steven Alembik, Founder, SMA Communications reflects on what pollsters and focus groups missed in 2016 and who they neglected to talk to.  Steven points out how misleading voter information can be with an example of those who retire to Florida and register to vote are seen as first time voters when they could have been dependable voters their entire adult lives.

@SMAComm

SMA Communications

 SMA Communications

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