Google’s Greenberger presents efficiency of online campaigning

April 6, 2010 — Peter D. Greenberger started the first political advertising team at Google, Inc., and at a visit to the Shorenstein Center, he explained why and how Google has gotten involved in the political realm. Greenberger, currently Google’s…

The Internet and the 2000 Republican Convention: An Appraisal

The Shorenstein Center asked Michael Cornfield, an expert on the Internet and politics, to give a quick appraisal of the performance of online media at the 2000 Republican National Convention. Cornfield prepared the following paper for a panel discussion held…

Talking Politics on the Net

A paper by Sara Bentivegna, fall 1997 fellow, examines the concept of the public sphere within computer mediated communication. The particular focus is on communication produced by citizens who take part in news groups of a political nature. These news…