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Top 10 Political Video Sites

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Here's my top ten list of political video sites.

  1. Realclearpolitics.com

    Updated every morning and throughout the day, RCP culls and publishes the best commentary, news, polling data, and links to important resources from all points of the political compass and covering all the important issues of the day. RealClearPolitics has become a trusted filter for anyone interested in politics.

  2. Youtube.com/youchoose

    You Choose '08 offers "official" channels for candidates' videos, with tallies of the number of views.

  3. Isupportthismessage.com

    The site aimed at providing feedback to messages being sent by politicians and interest groups. The site, founded by a trio of dot-com veterans and political insiders, will post video, audio and print messages from interest groups and politicians, and allow users to comment on and post their own multimedia messages in response. It also displays the percentages of site readers who support and oppose individual messages. Isupportthismessage.com will then provide hard copy and electronic reports to interest groups, Congressional offices and candidates.

  4. TechPresident.com

    A group blog from Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry about how the 2008 Presidential campaigns are using the Web. The site maintains a count of the candidates "Friends" on MySpace, the popularity of campaign videos on YouTube, and links to most recent images uploaded to the Flickr photo-sharing site that are tagged with the name of one of the presidential candidates.

  5. Mediaresearch.org

    Written from a politically right-wing American perspective, this site is very interesting for how it depicts media bias.

  6. Politicstv.com

    A unit of ptvMedia, a four-year-old political Web Video consulting firm, picks up clips of candidates, and media coverage. Channels include Comedy, where you can still see Daily Show clips, a Hall of Fame which has the Hillary/1984 spot, and highlights of political-related media coverage.

  7. Prezvid.com

    Jeff Jarvis' politics site. He's been focused on how "voter generated" video can impact the campaigns and inviting people to submit questions they'd like answered by the candidates.

  8. Jameskotecki.blogspot.com

    A 21-year-old Georgetown University student, Kotecki is a critic of campaign videos posted on YouTube. He produces his commentaries using a Webcam, apparently in his dorm room.

  9. Onegoodmove.org

    It is constantly updated with news, video clips, and various links that are decidedly anti-Bush, anti-religion, and always either informative, entertaining, or both. Worth bookmarking for a daily visit.

  10. Mediamatters.org

    Media Matters for America is a Web-based, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media.

paul jyron said...
April 11, 2007 at 12:07 PM  

thanks for posting those sites, they really help a lot in keeping me updated to the latest poll videos goin on..

gary said...
April 11, 2007 at 8:01 PM  

Here's a site you might find of interest...


It's an organized view of the candidate YouTube videos by issue. Let me know if you have any feedback...


Chaz said...
April 12, 2007 at 7:47 AM  

thanks for the info

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