Blogs: The Future of Politics?—NYC, Aug. 10

I plan to attend this upcoming event:

Blogs: The Future of Politics?

Speakers: Jeff Jarvis, Daniel Radosh, Geraldine Sealey, and Bryan Keefer.

Once the province of lone web fanatics, blogging has gone mainstream,
becoming an indispensable source of news and commentary and a means of distributing information that the traditional media, politicians and others
can no longer overlook. Hear some of the most successful authors of
political blogs reflect upon their chosen medium: how blogs are changing
the political process, what bloggers tell us that other media don’t, and
why we should read them if we’re not already.

Jeff Jarvis’s primary blog is at BuzzMachine.com; Daniel Radosh’s commentary on pop culture and politics can be found at Radosh.net; Geraldine Sealey writes the War Room ’04 column for Salon.com; and Bryan Keefer is assistant managing editor of Columbia
Journalism Review
‘s CampaignDesk.org.

Date & Time: Tue, Aug 10, 2004, 7:30pm

Location: Steinhardt Building, 35 West 67th Street

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