Technology and Politics

Traditional political campaigns dead, it’s a digital world now, say experts

'A well run campaign of today and of the future is focused on short, snackable, mobile content. It’s focused on livestreaming video, it’s focused on digital rapid response, it’s focused on authenticity, it’s focused on being entertaining,' says Vincent Harris.

Rick Anderson, Katie Harbath, Vincent Harris and Kady O'Malley spoke on a Manning Centre Conference panel on how technology is affecting political campaigns at the Shaw Centre on Feb. 27. The Hill Times photograph by Bea Vongdouangchanh


PUBLISHED : Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016 5:51 PM

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