Better Broadband Better Lives

Tag archive

Washington Examiner

Conservative Journalists Rip Old Media For Light Scrutiny of Democratic Congress

in Broadband's Impact by

WASHINGTON, August 8 – Panelists and the moderator of a panel of conservative journalists on Thursday criticized the old media’s reluctance to continue to keep Democratic members of Congress under the microscope for alleged ethical lapses.

Keep Reading

Watchdogging Government From Below: A Look at the Digital Transparency Movement

in Expert Opinion by

NEW YORK, June 24 – The final breakout panel of the Personal Democracy Forum examined the state of political watchdogging in the Internet age. Ellen Miller of the Sunlight Foundation said she sees web and its access to information as fundamental to the recent movement for political transparency.

Keep Reading

Blogs and New Media Playing Central Role in Presidential Politics

in Broadband's Impact by

June 11 – Technology and being connected on the Internet are playing a central role in the upcoming election, a panel of new media-style journalists and campaign operatives said Wednesday.

Keep Reading

Go to Top