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Appearing by remote access from Hempstead, N.Y., Susan Drucker talked about the techniques and production values used by media outlets in… read more
Appearing by remote access from Hempstead, N.Y., Susan Drucker talked about the techniques and production values used by media outlets in broadcasting the presidential debates, and the impact of these techniques. She also discussed how the media landscape of presidential debates has grown from broadcast to bloggers and YouTube, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. Dr. Drucker is an organizer of Hofstra’s Educate '08: Dialogue, Democracy, and the '08 Debates - a year-long educational effort to engage students, faculty, and the general public in a year-long series of conferences, events, and lectures about the 2008 election, politics and presidential history. close
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