Archive for 2011

The 2012 File on Newt Gingrich: How’s He Doing Online?

By Micah L. Sifry, techPresident

With ABC News reporting that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is about to become the first Republican to formally throw his hat into the 2012 presidential … Read more

Congressman Eric Cantor Taps Quora Crowd for eDemocracy Experiment

BY GREGORY FERENSTEIN, Fast Company

The office of Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor has just launched a Quora question to tap the Fast Company audience’s collective intelligence. Cantor hopes the crowd … Read more

Republican Group’s New Media Director Stresses Digital Content

By Katie Kaye, ClickZ

With the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s last new media director off to a new job in Facebook’s Washington, D.C. office, Alex Skatell has filled the role. The … Read more

NJ Gov. Chris Christie proves adept at using social media

By Christopher Schnaar, DailyRecord.com

As a candidate 18 months ago, Gov. Chris Christie had relatively few fans on the Internet.

Now, … Read more

Trump lays down his stance on social issues

By: CNN Political Unit

Washington (CNN) – Continuing his flirtations with a White House bid, real estate mogul Donald Trump … Read more

Conservatives Branch Out With New Media Ventures

By Kelley Vlahos, FOX News

WASHINGTON – When conservative movies, music, YouTube videos and newscasts are considered “hip and cool,” you know the movement has come a long way.

So say … Read more

John Dennis, Former Pelosi foe, launches PAC

By Shane D’Aprile, The Hill

Republican John Dennis, who raised some $2.5 million in his 2010 challenge to … Read more

John Dennis, Former Pelosi foe, launches PAC

By Shane D’Aprile, The Hill

Republican John Dennis, who raised some $2.5 million in his 2010 challenge to … Read more

CPAC Bloggers Given Sneak Peak of New “Atlas Shrugged” Film

By Philip Klein, The American Spectator

Last night, along with other bloggers at the Freedom Works’ CPAC party, … Read more

Twitter: Howard Stern Verified, VA Gov, not yet…

By Kate Kaye, Clickz.com

Twitter won’t bestow a verified account on just anyone. In what appears to be the most recent … Read more