Journalists are increasingly finding new ways to use Twitter, the microblogging application, and now it’s becoming more common on the campaign trail.
Photographers at the Indianapolis Star have come up with a novel way to follow the NFL’s guidelines and produce video-like multimedia content — using time-lapse photography to create audio slideshows that look like video.
NYTimes.com has launched a nationwide experiment that invites voters to submit photographs of every polling location in America during the 2008 primaries and general election, called the Polling Place Photo Project.
Digg, CBSNews.com has partnered with Digg.com for online coverage of the 2008 election. As part of the relationship, Digg’s election-related headlines will be displayed throughout CBSNews.com.
Blogflict looks at how the internet may play a deciding role in the U.S. election.
ABC News and Facebook have partnered around the presidential election, integrating the network’s news coverage with Facebook and new tools for discussing the campaign.
CQ, which makes most of its money from paid online subscriptions, has launched a free website, www.cqpolitics.com.