KoPoint will host live broadcast election coverage event on Tuesday, November 6th. Our broadcast will begin on http://live.kopoint.com around 5pm ET. The event will be hosted on Google+ and streamed as a Hangout.
More information on the KoPoint blog:http://blog.kopoint.com/2012/11/02/kopoint-2012-election-coverage/
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KoPoint will a host live broadcast election coverage event on Tuesday, November 6th. Our broadcast will begin on http://live.kopoint.com around 5pm ET. The event will be hosted on Google+ and streamed as a Hangout.
Production on the election show is underway:
We’ll begin our coverage with a short American Convesration podcast episode. As the evening progresses, we’ll weave our own in-studio commentary with YouTube music video and campaign video playlists. Via Hangouts we’ll connect with the community, our friends, and partners. Please feel free to contribute your favorite political clips and music videos, and dial-in to the election event page for more details.
We have some cool partners:
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- Today, Oct 3, 9:00 PM – 11:00 PM EDT
- Google+ Chat and Hangout [link]
Emphasis on sleep and beer ;)
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The Conventions have wrapped. Our team spent a few weeks working our tails off attending the Republican and Democratic political conventions. We’ve now had a few days to sleep, drink a beer or two, and write eerily-accurate (if not speculative) blog posts about the state of the presidential race. A summary of our convention coverage and podcasts can be found on the American Conversation Storify.
Episodes of American Conversation will continue through Election Day. The podcast will be available as stand-alone American Conversation episodes (with a show-specific RSS and iTunes feed). Each episode will also be available in the full KoPoint aggregate feed.
American Conversation is KoPoint’s first vertical blog. Following a similar model, this fall we’ll launch a…
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In this episode the American Conversation podcast is joined by Lisa Wexler of WFAS Radio, alongside co-hosts Dan Patterson and Marc Lizoain. Recording from that awkward space between the South Dakota and the Puerto Rico delegations on the floor of the DNC, the trio discuss their reactions to the first night’s speeches. Lisa thinks that Michelle Obama’s speech was phony, but like Julian Castro’s and loved how Deval Patrick brought the Democrats back on offense. Marc wonders whether the DNC will pass by without policy proposals, and Dan keeps the conversation moving, as always.
Dan Patterson and Marc Lizoain are joined in this American Conversation by Gabby Pfafflin of Talk Radio News and Noah Phillips. Recorded at the Tampa Bay Times Forum directly after Mitt Romney’s speech accepting the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. The crew give their reactions to the whole night’s speeches (Sen. Marco Rubio, Clint Eastwood, an empty chair) and break down the hardcore GOP audience’s response. Dan also had a harrowing experience involving balloons on the floor of the convention which he shares to the delight of all.
Want to know what the playing field looks like before Super Tuesday kicks off tomorrow? Check out the work that the Washington Post has put together here.
Looking over recent polls it looks like things will be rather interesting as Rick Santorum is positioned to potentially glide to victory…
Michigan and Arizona are up for today in the GOP Primary season.
Rick Santorum is making a run at Michigan, but Mitt Romney stays solidly in control in Arizona as of recent polls.
To stay up to date on results be sure to check out a few of the following tracking sites:
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