How have blogs and Twitter and other forms of social media changed the nature of the political process and the media reporting of that process? At paidContent 2012, I talked with Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo and Vivian Schiller of NBC News about that question.
Personally I've always considered politics to be a bit more "Reality TV" that scripted theatre..but that could just be me. In what ways has this real-time access paradigm to data helped/hindered your social business efforts ... internal or external. Just curious.