Feb
06

Discussing politics and technology at Social Media Week

David Leavitt

Powell Tate is proud to be hosting four events during Social Media Week.

Today, I want to tell you about two of them in particular that will be held Feb. 14:

 

Social Politics: How Technology Has Helped Campaigns

The social media landscape has changed drastically since 2008. We'll hear directly from panelists from Google, Twitter and Facebook as they delve into the tools and innovations that candidates and campaigns have utilized as the 2012 campaign heats up.

This discussion will feature:

  • Rob Saliterman - Google

  • Peter Greenberger - Twitter

  • Adam Conner - Facebook

  • Alex Howard - Government 2.0 Correspondent for O’Reilly Media (moderator)

Make sure to register for the event through this link.



Politics and technology: the media's role in the changing landscape

Digital platforms have changed the media landscape forever, but how has it changed the way the media covers politics? We'll ask a panel from Gannet, National Journal, ABC News and Politico as they discuss 2012 election coverage.

This discussion will feature:

  • Laura Cochran - Gannett

  • Rick Klein - ABC News

  • Keach Hagey - Politico

  • Alex Howard - Government 2.0 Correspondent for O’Reilly Media. (moderator)

Make sure to register for the event through this link.


We're really excited to be hosting these events and hope to see you there.

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