Cory Dauber and Mark Robinson study videos as tools in the terrorist toolkit. I interviewed them about their essay “ISIS and the Hollywood Visual Style.”
The idea behind CrowdJury is noble. However, the concept highlights an important fact: some problems can’t be fixed by the Internet.
Today we remember the fallen. Canada’s Legion magazine and Leonard Cohen have created this powerful video set to John McCrae’s “In Flanders Fields”
Whose point of view does your content speak to? It’s all about which way the lens (really and figuratively) is pointing.
Context is king. I rest my case.
Campaign teams have figured out how to create effective and impactful video specifically to reach and engage an Internet audience.
Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s new Minister of Defence, has become something of an Internet sensation through the combination of three specific ingredients.
Effective digital campaigning means being strategic about who you follow, and how many people and organizations you follow.
When I was growing up, two things seemed absolute: Trudeau would always be Prime Minister and Gretzky would always play hockey.
On this edition of the Digital Campaigning Done Right podcast, I respond to a comment from someone in the audience.
As a millennial, Essena O’Neill may not realize that people have been lying about themselves, everywhere, since the dawn of time.
A look at Conservative and Liberal candidates content creation over the course of #elxn42, and how publishing is only one piece of the puzzle.
An analysis of the demographic segments, technology platforms, gender skews, geography and participant vs. lurker ratios of participants in #elxn42.