Connect with Thought Leaders through Our Digital Politics Podcast
Since 2007, the Digital Politics Podcast with host Karen Jagoda has explored the intersection of politics and technology. Listeners from around the globe tune in to learn about how digital and mobile technologies are changing the landscape of politics and advocacy. We strive to deliver unique and interesting content that you cannot find anywhere else.
Digital Politics Podcast is a project of the E-Voter Institute, a market research and consulting firm based in La Jolla, California. We are dedicated to creating new and innovative ways to leverage Internet tools for campaigns and special projects. Our clients gain access to a multitude of solution providers of online strategies.
Discover New Technology with Our Political Podcast
Key topics of the show include television, online and mobile ads, social media and the power of peer-to-peer, message testing, online fundraising, and cross media strategies. Our listeners regularly learn about the latest trends in how digital tools are changing politics. We regularly feature executives from leading campaign consulting firms, digital startups, established polling firms, social media, and grassroots organizations.
The weekly podcast is available on iTunes ( search Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda), Stitcher, Google Play Music, Tunein, iHeartRadio and the Libsyn Network. Expand your knowledge of technology and politics by subscribing to our podcast today.
Taking the Lead On Researching Political Trends
Many of our international listeners are involved in political and advocacy campaigns and companies offering them tools to win campaigns. They tune in every episode to get the scoop on the latest political trends. Some of our listeners are journalists looking for interesting stories, activists in search of tools to level the playing field and students of the political process. Join our growing international community to get a leg up too.
Our podcast includes many great discussions about engaging minority voters, big data, visualization, and geo-targeting, and best practices for mobilizing and organizing. This covers everything from the effectiveness of email and direct mail to how campaigns are using digital video targeted to specific voters.
- Georgia 6th Congressional Special Election with Ted Peterson NRCC interviewed by Kate Kaye April 27, 2017
- Will Tech Community Mobilize in Defense of Net Neutrality with Martyn Griffen and Christopher Arroyo Phone2Action April 20, 2017
- Need Cross Channel Strategies to Engage Voters with Tara McGowan Lockwood Strategy Lab April 12, 2017
- Friend To Friend Outreach At Scale with Sangeeth Peruri VoterCircle April 4, 2017
- Lessons Learned from the Bernie 2016 Campaign with Keegan Goudiss and Kate Kaye March 27, 2017
- Effective Political Texting with Ysiad Ferreiras Hustle March 22, 2017
- Looking for Lessons Learned from the Hillary Campaign with Cindy Demsey Cuyahoga Democratic Women's Caucus March 12, 2017
- Imagine a Latina President with Joe Rothstein March 8, 2017
- Math and Muscle Win Elections with Chris Turner Stampede Consulting March 1, 2017
- Finding Unlikely Voters with Dan Backer Great America PAC by Kate Kaye February 23, 2017
- Back to Retail Politics with Michael Turk Opinion Mover Strategies February 16, 2017
- Protests Flash Points and Movements with Jeb Ory Phone2Action February 8, 2017
- TV Data Tech Expert Carol Davidsen Discusses What Happened in 2016 February 1, 2017
- What Would George Washington Have Tweeted with Rob Shenk Mount Vernon January 22, 2017
- Behavior of Multicultural Voters with Andy Hasselwander Latinum Network January 15, 2017
- Political Ad Spend in 2016 with Kip Cassino Borrell Associates January 11, 2017
- Trump Big Data and How the Campaign Was Won with Kate Kaye Ad Age January 3, 2017
- Ticket Splitters in Election 2016 with Brent McGoldrick Deep Root Analytics December 13, 2016
- Three Hottest Online Asks in Election 2016 with Rena Shapiro BuzzFeed December 12, 2016
- Why Pollsters Missed The Real Story of 2016 with Steven Alembik SMA Communications December 4, 2016