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Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda is a non-partisan podcast featuring thought leaders and industry pioneers with insights about innovative approaches to political campaigns, voter engagement, mobilization, fundraising, persuasion, and GOTV. Topics include the power of mobile devices, leveraging social networks, message testing and targeting, cross-media advertising, grassroots organizing, and big data.
 
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Karen Chase Leighton, media specialist and former ABC News and Associated Press anchor and correspondent shares insights about covering the health of elected officials from her early days as a White House and Capitol Hill correspondent during the President Ronald Reagan and President George H.W. Bush years. Karen also reflects on the approach the T…
 
Glenn Kessler, President and Michelle Niedziela, PhD, VP Research and Innovation, HCD Research conducted a live focus group with a consortium of market research companies of the recent debate between President Trump and Vice-President Biden to study reactions from Trump and Biden supporters as well as undecided voters. Unlike traditional focus grou…
 
Cyrus Krohn author of the new book Bombarded: How to Fight Back Against the Online Assault on Democracy shares his insights about how we have found ourselves in a world where privacy is disappearing and targeting of personalized messages on every smart device is becoming commonplace. Identifying the roots of the political chaos growing on social me…
 
Craig Leonard, CEO, Eyesover Technologies is gathering data from social posts and comment sections from media outlets to keep track of public opinion in real time. With a focus on political conversations and how voters are using social media to express concerns, Eyesover is replicating polling in real time to highlight issues for campaigns often ah…
 
Michael Beach, CEO, Cross Screen Media brings deep understanding of the pain points for media buyers and sellers when trying to navigate the linear tv, digital, streaming, and addressable tv landscape. Michael brings us up to date on the enormous growth of political campaign budgets in 2020, explosive growth of political digital video ads, differen…
 
Reed Galen, co-founder, The Lincoln Project comes back on the show with an update about the effectiveness of their ads to defeat President Trump and how this group of Republicans have created a pirate ship to develop this grassroots effort giving soft Republicans and swing voters permission to vote for Joe Biden for President or at least diminish t…
 
Dan Gerstein, CEO, Gotham Ghostwriters shares insights about the challenges of writing speeches which will be given in an empty room, advantages to the intimacy of talking directly to those tuning in online or on television, the relevance of background and positioning of the speaker, and intermixing of live and recorded content in the national conv…
 
Ron Kagan Founder Mailin2020.org a non-profit organization has launched a comprehensive site that provides state by state mail-in ballot directions to educate voters about the ways to receive and return their ballots. With an entrepreneurial background and experience as a software developer for large financial institutions, Ron has designed an easy…
 
Sean Duggan, VP Advertising, Pandora shines light on the changes in the listening habits of their audience since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While there has been a significant rise in the use of connected devices in homes, the listening audience in cars also continues to grow with a renewed interest in owning cars. Which changes in work…
 
Steve Kramer, President, Get Out the Vote reflects on the changes to the world of live call centers, door-to-door field activities, texting campaigns, and phone surveys in the age of COVID-19. The rate of engagement with live callers on both mobile devices and landlines is increasing, people are showing more patience for answering phone surveys, an…
 
Deepak Puri, Co-Founder and CEO, DemLabs talks about the value of GIS data for planning, identifying trouble spots and empowering voters, innovations in organizing apps, lessons fundraisers can learn from infomercials, and informing people about how they can become poll workers. #DemLabs #Fundraising #2020Election TheDemLabs.org…
 
Chris Thomas, Director Government Marketing, Esri describes the GIS tools election officials are using to map appropriate polling places for the November 2020 election, the value of historic and real time geographic information to improve voting waiting time, and the transparency that maps provide when attempts are made to repress the vote by makin…
 
Dan Gerstein, CEO, Gotham Ghostwriters reflects on the challenges and rewards of working with elected officials as a speechwriter and ghostwriter. He points out how those clients who are themselves good writers are perhaps the most appreciative of the work of a ghostwriter. Dan explains the different roles a ghostwriter might play, why politicians …
 
Chris Thomas, Director Government Marketing, Esri sheds light on the role maps and geospatial visualization are playing in the efforts by government officials to fight COVID-19. We talk about examples of Esri ArcGIS innovations such as the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dashboard which has been used to generate over a trillion maps, indoor GIS t…
 
Mike Long, speechwriter, speaker, playwright, scientist, educator and co-author of The Molecule of More, talks about the differences between working with politicians and actors, the myth of the "voice" of a candidate, what a ghostwriter really does, and the value a speechwriter can bring to a campaign to make presentations more compelling. He also …
 
Jonathan Rick, The Jonathan Rick Group, is a public relations guru who has given a great deal of thought to the changes COVID-19 and the protests in the streets have brought to the political media landscape. He emphasizes that candidates and politicians need to be hyper-vigilant in their choice of written and spoken words while listening to a range…
 
Deepak Puri, Co-Founder and CEO, DemLabs strongly believes that outrage is a terrible thing to waste. Online petitions initiated by individuals and organizations can be used to turn anger in the streets into action at the local, state and national levels. Deepak talks about how their grassroots rapid response approach to raising awareness and influ…
 
Scott Goodstein, CEO, Catalyst Campaigns has seen the use of social media in political campaigns change from being a positive one-to-one engagement tool to becoming a tool to suppress voting and spread false information. Scott shines a light on the current challenges to Section 230 of Communications Decency Act of 1996 and the state of the social m…
 
Cyrus Krohn, is an internet pioneer, political activist and author who is now drawing on his insider view of the political process to run for the state legislature in Washington. With a deep understanding of the value of digital tools in political and advocacy campaigns, Cyrus talks about what is driving him to run as a Unity and Restoration Party …
 
Barry Jagoda, journalist, assistant to Jimmy Carter, and Emmy-winning producer for CBS coverage of Watergate shares reasons for writing his memoir. The book includes his coming of age in the 50's and early 60's in Texas, the New York years attending the Columbia School of Journalism and with CBS flying around the world covering the moon landing, po…
 
Sangeeth Peruri, Founder and CEO OutreachCircle has learned a a great deal about human nature, political organizing, the power of grassroots supporters, and changes in the field organizing landscape. He talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the ability of candidates to develop long term engagements with voters, most popular online activities for ca…
 
Mark Walsh is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, political activist and digital trailblazer. He reflects on the changes coming to political campaigning, what the impact of COVID-19 will be on who runs for public office, and readjustments ahead as a result of what voters will expect from candidates. Mark shares historical lessons about how digital …
 
Naseem Makiya, CEO, OutVote shares lessons learned working with Democratic presidential primary contenders and reflects on the changes to volunteer engagement since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Naseem talks about value of using an integrated relational organizing tool to drive voter registration and turnout and to expand the reach of cam…
 
Jesse Barba, Senior Director of External Affairs, Young Invincibles is focused on what those 18-34 years old are talking about and what will drive them to support candidates and causes in 2020. This cohort includes those voting for the first time as well as those who have lived through 9/11 and the crash of 2008. We talk about the potential impact …
 
Alex Niemczewski, CEO, BallotReady is an entrepreneur and activist who is interested in raising awareness about all candidates and ballot initiatives on each local ballot so that voters can make informed decisions on election day. Building an impressive database of everyone running for public office as well as issues to be decided, this non-partisa…
 
Betsy Hoover, Partner, Higher Ground Labs brings the perspective of an investor and active participant in the development of digital solutions for political and advocacy campaigns. With a diverse portfolio of companies, Betsy is seeing an increase in interest in going online for organizing, mobilizing and fundraising and we both agree it is signifi…
 
Sean Duggan, VP Advertising, Pandora has seen a dramatic shift in the demand for political and advocacy audio ad campaigns on Pandora since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. With a diverse listening audience, geographically representative of the voting population, Pandora is serving up audio ads on a range of devices to drive persuasion and…
 
Thomas Peters, Founder and CEO, rumbleup and uCampaign reports on the use of peer-to-peer texting in 2020 campaigns and the additional value of humans texting out relevant information and engaging in 2 way conversations with constituents in the age of the coronavirus pandemic. With new limitations on the ability of volunteers to walk the neighborho…
 
Michael Allman, Founder and CEO, Voterfied is developing an innovative solution for office holders, candidates and advocates to get immediate feedback from voters and constituents by employing blockchain and a creative platform get input about issues. Allowing for confirmation of identify and integration into other data bases, this direct voter eng…
 
Shane Greer, co-owner, Campaigns and Elections talks about their upcoming Reed Awards and the new categories of competition particularly in the digital space. We also talk about raising awareness within the community of the possibility of cyber-attacks on campaigns and what can be done to minimize damage, and new approaches that are being taken to …
 
Rena Shapiro, Director Politics and Public Affairs, a4 Media talks about how media buyers are shifting from cable to the OTT space to be able to find hard to reach audiences like cord cutters and those who use ad blockers, who is time shifting, the appeal to voters of using Internet enabled screens to pursue content they are interested in, role of …
 
Sean Duggan, VP Advertising, Pandora talks about their recent State of the Sonic Union event where experts talked about how the brain processes audio and visual information. Sean explains the technique of creating a theatre of the mind to draw in consumers and voters, the need to use a variety of diverse voices in political and advocacy audio ads, …
 
Betsy Hoover is a Partner at Higher Ground Labs, an incubator, accelerator, and lead investor in political technology. Betsy is in search of entrepreneurs with insights about building companies that address the needs of Progressive political and advocacy campaigns. We talk about trends in the market, HGL criteria for selecting companies to invest i…
 
Scott Goodstein CEO Catalyst Campaigns reflects on the need for more proactive action by Twitter and other social media sites to clean up the environment that has developed with fake news, bots, and spam and what campaigns can do about abuses on social media. Scott also raises questions about data harvesting, how social media should fight bullying …
 
David Goldstein, Co-Founder and CEO, Tovo Labs focuses on Twitter in light of their announcement that they will no longer accept political and advocacy ads, the real issues created by the use of social media by the dark side with bots and fake news, Facebook announcement about their policy to not verify validity of political ad content and how even…
 
Jonathan Moakes, Vice President, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research works with international opposition parties to help candidates raise money, organize and motivate voters new to democracy. He talks about the cultural differences between the US and other countries in fundraising to run political campaigns, connection between being a donor and votin…
 
Deepak Puri, co-founder and CEO of San Francisco based DemLabs is on a mission to identify strong open source and free or low cost software that candidates and campaigns can use to message and mobilize their constituents while maintaining a secure environment for online data. Deepak reflects on some of the lessons he learned in the software develop…
 
Myles Bugbee is a political strategist with a keen eye for the power of online political ads to persuade and mobilize voters and using social media as a branding tool as he did for Senator Jon Tester's campaign. Myles talks about how the Trump campaign is currently using online ads to target new segments of voters with a landing page that does not …
 
Sangeeth Peruri, Founder and CEO, Outreach Circle on ways campaigns and organizations can build relationships with supporters, volunteers, activists, and donors and integrate third party tools to allow for easy sharing on social media. Outreach Circle is developing this intelligent, robust platform for micro-actions, virtual participation, and maki…
 
Xiaoli Jin, app developer and student in the Harvard Law School class of 2024 talks about what has driven her to undertake this project to bring news about candidates from a range of sources to voters who are looking for more information about down ballot races. Xiaoli wants to use this app as a way to help voters see beyond media bias and fake new…
 
Brendan Tobin, Head of Growth, Ecanvasser, headquartered in Cork, Ireland, has seen the development of new ways for field staff and volunteers to canvass potential voters, as more people are hesitant to answer a knock on their door. With an emphasis on the possibilities for the 2020 campaign, Brendon reminds us that canvassing is a great way to bui…
 
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