Tea Party Groups Use Ultra-Modern Technology in National Tea Party Express Tour
Two websites that many within the tea party movement consider to be leaders in online innovation for movement messaging have joined together to provide state-of-the-art news coverage of the final 2010 nationwide Tea Party Express Tour.
"What makes this unique is that our custom video player is embeddable, meaning bloggers and news sources can stream our coverage of the tour," said Jen Harrington of Liberty.com. "We're now the front line of the news machine during the tour."
"For years the political progressives dominated the internet with their message and technology," said Eric Odom, Project Director for Liberty.com. "We're now leading the charge in bringing a completely new mindset to the way we disseminate a message."
Liberty.com, a project of Americans for New Leadership, quickly became a premier news source for tea party activists when it went live on September 1st, 2010. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Liberty.com has a full scale high-definition TV studio and will expand into investigative reporting in 2011.
TeaPartyHD.com, a tea party minded start-up based in Southern California, utilizes high-tech high definition production and the internet to communicate a common narrative shared amongst tea party activists.
The two websites are partnering up to create a powerful web presence for the October 18-November 1 Tea Party Express Bus Tour.
Liberty.com's Ron Futrell (a Las Vegas based news anchorman) will be provided constant live streaming coverage of the entire tour, and the websites plan several produced news clips to be published each day during the tour.
Liberty.com will be a primary hub for much of the content produced during the tour, and the site will aggressively market the tour's GOTV message to its national activist lists.
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