Panel to Discuss Significance of Web 2.0 in Presidential Campaign
PORTSMOUTH , N.H.,March 3, 2008—New Media Strategics announced today that company president, speaker and author Patrick Hynes will present at the 15th annual Politics Online Conference on Wednesday, March 5th. The Conference is hosted by The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management on March 4th and 5th at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel. Hynes will speak on a panel about the influence of Web 2.0 in modern politics. Web 2.0 is the term commonly used to describe the interactive Web, which has fundamentally altered the way organizations and their constituencies and customers communicate.
The purpose of the Politics Online Conference is to showcase cutting edge trends and solutions for myriad political functions, from policy writing to orchestrating campaigns to enhancing dialogue with constituents. The conference will showcase progressive developments within the online political community and how these trends effect change in everyday politics. Participants will be afforded a unique opportunity to create a dialogue of ideas and to network with visionary experts in their field.
In his capacity as president of NewMedia Strategics, Patrick Hynes serves as the blog outreach consultant for John McCain’s campaign for presidency. He is the founder and proprietor of the political blog Ankle Biting Pundits, and is the author of In Defense of the Religious Right . Hynes has appeared on Fox News Channel’s Hannity and Colmes, CNN Talkback Live, ABC World News Tonight, and Good Morning America.
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