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The New Blue Media: How Michael Moore, MoveOn.org, Jon Stewart and Company…

by Theodore Hamm

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"With a combination of technological savvy, irreverent humor, and acerbic critique, a handful of media personalities, blogs, outlets, and politically based organizations - from The Dnion to Jon Stewart to the Daily Kos - are transforming American politics and culture, and the stories of where these outlets came from and how they got so powerful are just as entertaining as watching them in action. In this crisp, engaging account, journalist and historian Theodore Hamm chronicles the humble and often surprising origins of the people, the publications, and the netroots pioneers that are now household names. He also brilliantly illuminates how this "New Blue Media" both drew upon the traditional strategies of the left and also developed new ones in order to create a wholly innovative media movement."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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