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MIT Communications Forum: New York Times writer David Carr discusses the use of digital communications in the 2008 election and looks ahead to 2012.

From "Politics and Popular Culture," with Johanna Blakely, David Carr, Stephen Duncombe and Henry Jenkins held February 26, 2009.

Full video at http://ttv.mit.edu/videos/16519-politics-and-popular-culture-mit-communications-forum

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