How to cover politics in real time

Scandals. Backroom deals. Cover-ups. Political reporting has it all. Your audience is politically savvy and wants to push beyond the headlines. Real-time reporting before, during and after a political event provides insight into how world's governmental gears run –and this week's panel are experts on doing just this. This chat runs Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 12-1 p.m. ET.

  • No longer is Parliamentary procedure or City Council restricted to those who can physically be in the room; no more is 24-hour television news your only option for tracking the latest on election night. Say hello to real-time digital content.

    Social media and other live, real-time-updating technologies have changed the political process in many ways. That's what we're here to talk about.

    Join us for a live chat from 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. ET with Nick Taylor-Vaisey of Maclean's magazine and Jon Gordon of Minnesota Public Radio, when we'll talk about how social media has changed politics and political reporting and how they are engaging with new audiences in new ways.
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