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Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda

Welcome to the non-partisan Digital Politics Podcast with Karen Jagoda.  Since 2007, this show has highlighted impact of new technologies on the campaign landscape, how expectations of voters are changing, role of online fundraising, digital and traditional means of persuasion and getting out the vote.  In this time of the COVID-19 Pandemic, changes in the behavior of voters, restrictions on candidates and the new normal for retail politics are all under the microscope.

Popular topics on the show include best practices for political and advocacy campaigns, ground game strategies, cross-media advertising, social media trends and impact of mobile on engaging supporters. 

This weekly podcast includes interviews with political consultants, media strategists, journalists, advocates, candidates, elected officials, campaign managers, and solution providers.

 

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May 25, 2020

Barry Jagoda, journalist, assistant to Jimmy Carter, and Emmy-winning producer for CBS coverage of Watergate shares reasons for writing his memoir.  The book includes his coming of age in the 50's and early 60's in Texas, the New York years attending the Columbia School of Journalism and with CBS flying around the world...


Jan 30, 2019

Adam Probolsky, President, Probolsky Research has published results from a survey asking California voters if they support Kamala Harris' run for president in 2020.  The survey reveals the strong support Harris has from Asian, Black, Latino and younger voters 18-39 as well as from Democratic and Independent voters. ...


Sep 18, 2016

Dave Morgan, President, Simulmedia reflects on changes over the last 20 years in how campaigns use paid and free media to raise money and get out the vote, the impact of the loss of local media, and collateral damage from negative ads.

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Sep 14, 2016

Peter Daboll. CEO, Ace Metrix talks about the real impact of political ads particularly on Independent and Swayable voters, unintended consequences of negative ads, and reminds political strategists that more bad ads aren't the way to persuade voters.

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August Presidential Advertising Hit Parade

August...


Oct 12, 2015

Colin Delany, founder, ePolitics ponders the question of how Joe Biden quickly builds an email list and social media following should he decide to run for president.

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