Andrew Rasiej, founder and publisher of Personal Democracy Media and producer of the Personal Democracy Forum, discuss how technology and new media are affecting the political landscape, and in particular, how they are shaping the 2012 Election. In the video below, Rasiej was introduced by Julia Kohn, Interim Director of the Public Policy Program at Hunter College. The conversation and public Q&A was led by Professor Andrew Lund, Director of the Integrated Media Arts (IMA) Program at Hunter College.
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