Posts from October 28, 2004

Ready for their close-ups

Ready for their close-ups

: MSNBC is going blog-crazy on election night:

MSNBC Political Analyst Joe Trippi will be joined by Ana Marie Cox of “Wonkette” and John Hinderaker of “Powerline” for up-to-the-minute analysis of what’s happening on the web from the MSNBC Bloggers’ Cafe at “Democracy Plaza.” Online, the MSNBC blogging team, led by Trippi, will produce four live blogs for MSNBC.com, covering every key aspect of Election Day. MSNBC’s Bloggers’ Cafe at www.TV.MSNBC.com will host Chris Matthews’ Hardblogger which will cover all things Presidential while Keith Olbermann’s blog, Bloggermann, focuses on Senate, House and gubernatorial races, and key state propositions. Joe Scarborough’s blog, Congressman Joe, will put the media in the spotlight. Dan Abrams’ blog, Sidebar, will cover voting issues and the legal angles surrounding the election. Each blog will showcase not only Trippi’s blogging team and MSNBC talent but will introduce new contributors to MSNBC.com– Citizen Journalists. The Citizen Journalists will be viewers and netizens helping us document this historical day through their own personal blogging. The Citizen Journalists will report from their areas on what they personally see happening at the polls and on the streets on Election Day.

[via LiveRemote]

Whereabouts

Whereabouts

: I’ll be in the city without Rs (but with a pennant) today to talk with a class run by Kathleen Mathews (of D.C. TV fame); then onto Chicago to talk citizens’ media with a certain big ad agency. Blogging where wi-fi allows.