Campaign communications strategies, then a conversation about race

    In the last five days, the Obama campaign spent three times more on television advertising than his Republican rival. Obama also relied heavily on the internet and text-messaging to rally his supporters. We talk to KEN GOLDSTEIN from the Wisconsin Advertising Project and MICHAEL X. DELLI CARPINI, dean of Penn’s Annenberg School. Then, a conversation about race with author JAMES McBRIDE.
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