Both campaigns rely on digital outreach efforts. But how much, and what kind of data are they gathering on voters? Frontline visits with both campaigns to find out.
PBS Newshour and the Daily Download discuss social media's role in voter understanding of the debates.
Tom Glaisyer discusses the intersection of media policy and politics, describing how media policy sets "possibilities of participation." While there are many challenges ahead, he sees this as "an exciting time for our democracy."
The New York Times discusses Twitter's new Twindex service with Twitter's Adam Sharp.
Professor Diana Owen sits down with the Winnipeg Free Press' Dan Lett to talk about how social media is being used in political elections.
The Daily Download's Howard Kurtz and Lauren Ashburn discuss how things can go wrong when politicians use social media.
Mike DeBonis of The Washington Post discusses how covering local politics has changed with the advent of social media.