Election Day is here, and it’s time for our live-chat to discuss how this cycle’s campaigns have changed, with the advent of social media, memes, online organizing and fundraising, instant fact-checking, targeted ads and so much more.
This year, with the help of Ustream as webcasting partner, we’ll be live-streaming our chat on video. And the filming will happen at Current TV’s San Francisco headquarters.
As usual, I will be joined by an all-star lineup of new media experts, comedians, and social media gurus to look at how online coverage of Election Day is going — with pointers to the most innovative mashups, maps, video blogs and more.
Be sure to join us and ask questions in the “social stream” that will run alongside the video. The plan is to live-stream from 12:15 pm to 4:15 pm Pacific Time.
(ALL TIMES PACIFIC TIME)
12:15 pm: Intro with host Mark Glaser
12:20 pm: Peter Greenberger, Twitter
12:40 pm: Michael Stoll, Public Press
1:00 pm: James Davis, GOP Convention
1:20 pm: Bill Allison, Sunlight Foundation
1:40 pm: Eric Jaye, Storefront Political Media
2:00 pm: Marisa Lagos, San Francisco Chronicle
2:20 pm: Francois Bar, Annenberg Innovation Lab
2:40 pm: Mark Hannah, MediaShift political correspondent
3:00 pm: Kathleen Hall Jamieson, FlackCheck.org
3:20 pm: Terry Parris Jr., Ustream
3:40 pm: Angela Morgenstern, Current TV
4:00 pm: Heather Gold, Subvert.com
UPDATE (11/16/12): After the live-stream, we were able to edit the show, and break it into four parts. Below are those parts, with guests listed below each one:
Guests: Peter Greenberger, Michael Stoll and James Davis.
Guests Bill Allison, Eric Jaye and Marisa Lagos.
Guests Francois Bar, Mark Hannah and Kathleen Hall Jamieson.
Guests Terry Parris, Angela Morgenstern and Heather Gold.
Mark Glaser is executive editor of MediaShift and Idea Lab. He also writes the bi-weekly OPA Intelligence Report email newsletter for the Online Publishers Association. He lives in San Francisco with his son Julian and fiancee Renee. You can follow him on Twitter @mediatwit. and Circle him on Google+Related