First Ever Interactive State of the Union
I really think the White House accomplished something today by live casting the State of the Union address on YouTube with sidebar content and simulataneously posting graphs, quotes and pictures on www.whitehouse.gov
Not only do I find this just generally effective, but I was interested to see one of the interactive poll results. Over 1/3 of respondents were suburban, which indicates to me that people engaged by this new interactive media is broader the just high-tech city slickers.
And since I can’t forget that I’m a liberal, don’t miss my video of John Boehner’s mysterious lips.
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