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- Election fever

Posted by Stephen Davies,

29 April On the run-up to the so-called first digital election in the UK I thought it would be useful to keep up to speed with what the people behind the headlines are thinking and doing during this event. Below is a list ... of UK political journalists. If you know of any others to include let me know in the comments or via Twitter.

- Microblog mystery

Posted by Ed Lee,

29 April Two interesting studies on a microblogging social network you may have heard of. Almost everyone in America has heard of this microblogging social network but just a fraction of them have been compelled to sign up and those who do spend their time listening to the vocal minority and interacting with brands/celebrities. Fifty-three per cent don't update their profiles ...

- Labour iPhone app

Posted by Stuart Bruce,

28 April It looks like all reporting of new media innovation in the election campaign by the MSM is now being seen through the same yellow prism of all their other reporting i.e. look for things that make the Liberal Democrats look good/bad and get it in the paper. In the last week we've seen reporting of increased searches for 'Nick Clegg', increased online donations to the Lib Dems and a boost in members of the Lib Dem Facebook group. That's in between the Daily Mail stories on Nazis and his parentage.

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