Media and the Campaign

The media have played a starring role in the current presidential campaign. What does the era of YouTube, The Daily Show, and the blogosphere mean for campaigns as we know them? How will media impact the ultimate voting decision in 2008? Journalists and commentators James Bennet, Jonathan Capehart, Howard Fineman, Arianna Huffington, P.J. O'Rourke, Terence Smith and Jacob Weisberg discuss with moderator Charles M. Firestone.

Festival: 2008

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