Keynote Address at Organizing 2.0 Conference
Begins at the 3-minute mark — address at a 2009 conference about organizing, new media and political campaigns.
“Obama’s Transparency Problem,” opening remarks from Best and Worst of Obama’s First 100 Days
@ The Nation “Obama @ 100 in Washington”
Representatives Donna Edwards & Steve Cohen, and The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, Chris Hayes, Ari Melber, William Greider & Deepak Bhargava; moderated by John Nichols.
(Transcript available at TheNation.com.)
“Obama: Change We Can Believe In?”
@ The New York Society for Ethical Culture, March 9, 2010.
Panel discussion with The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, The New York Times’s Gretchen Morgenson, Politico’s Ben Smith and professor Benjamin Barber, moderated by The Nation’s Ari Melber. (Transcript of opening remarks at TheNation.com.)
Civic Engagement and the Youth Vote in 2008
@ Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Harvard Prof. John G. Palfrey, Producer Wes Hill, Producer Jesse Dylan, Ron Paul campaign aide Jeff Frazee, The Nation’s Ari Melber. Other panel clips available here and here on YouTube, and entire panel video available at Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics website.
Elected and Connected: Uses, Dangers and Benefits of Being an Elected Official in a 2.0 World
@ George Washington University’s Online Politics Conference
Sen. Claire McCaskill & Representatives Steve Israel, Cathy McMorris Rodgers & Tim Ryan, moderated by The Nation’s Ari Melber. (Entire video available at C-SPAN.org — with Flash Player, instructions here.)
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Digital Politics Panel
@ 2008 TimeWarner/CNN Summit
Steve Grove, YouTube Head of News and Politics; Alan Warms, Yahoo! News GM; Lee Brenner, Director of MySpace Impact; Brian Scanlon, Director of AP Election Services; Alex Wellen, Deputy Political Directo of CNNPolitics.com; Kathleen Hayden, AOL News editor; Rory O’Connor, CEO of Globalvision; and Ari Melber.
Conversation with Joe Trippi
Internet & Politics 2008: Moving People and Ideas
@ Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society