Class 08 Outline - CS162 PRESIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION Tim...

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CS162: P RESIDENTIAL C OMMUNICATION Tim Groeling ([email protected] ) Class 8: 21st Century Primaries Please turn off your cell phone ringers Announcements Reminder: Might be a few minutes late getting here from CLICC lab. Saturday: Dem SC Primary Monday: First exam We’ll try to get them back to you in a week Research project groups are trickling in (Note: since we’re doing groups in 160 and some of you are in both classes, be clear in e-mails which class/group to which you’re referring)
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Campaign Update Been reading through discussion forum posts: Lots and lots and lots of you think Obama’s going to win. More dissent on Republican side (but for good reason... total chaos). Anyone watch Republican debate last night? Few other charts re: 2008 news coverage
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Pop Culture Impact (as of late 2007) WSJ Article on Blogosphere Rather than online news and commentary, focus is on online advertising What is new about online advertising vs. what came before? What’s attractive about it?
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  • Spring '08
  • Groeling
  • John McCain, United States presidential election, 2008, reporters, research project groups, Cell phone ringers, Dem SC Primary

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