National Journal, The Atlantic, and CBS News Partner for Daily Convention Briefings in Tampa
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 24, 2012 – National Journal, The Atlantic, and CBS News will hold live briefings each morning at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, featuring informed insight on the latest convention developments with incisive analysis from leading reporters from all three organizations.
The briefings will feature a large array of journalistic talent, including James Bennet, Ron Brownstein, John Dickerson, Ron Fournier, Garance Franke-Ruta, Major Garrett, Norah O'Donnell, Bill Plante, Beth Reinhard, Bob Schieffer, and Reid Wilson.
Featured guests include top campaign strategists, leading pollsters, and campaign technology experts. Each daily briefing will focus on a different topic:
MONDAY - The Digital Campaign and Social Media's Impact in 2012
TUESDAY - The Election in Numbers: A Conversation with Leading Pollsters
WEDNESDAY - Down Ballot: The Top Senate and House Races of the Cycle
THURSDAY - View from the Top: A Conversation with Campaign Managers and Senior Strategists
Each daily briefing will be held from 9:30-11:00am at the National Journal/Atlantic Convention Headquarters in the Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa (Carne Chophouse @ El Centro Espanol, 1536 E. 7th Avenue). The briefings are open to the public.
Please RSVP at http://njatlanticdailybriefings.eventbrite.com. In addition to the live events, the daily briefings will be broadcast on C-SPAN and simulcast on the National Journal and The Atlantic websites.
MONDAY, AUGUST 27
The Digital Campaign and Social Media's Impact in 2012
Garance Franke-Ruta, Senior Editor, The Atlantic
Major Garrett, White House Correspondent, National Journal
Norah O'Donnell, Co-Host, "CBS This Morning"
Gov. Rick Snyder (R-MI)
Katie Harbath, Manager for Policy, Facebook
Zac Moffatt, Digital Director, Romney Campaign
Adam Sharp, Head of Government, News and Social Innovation, Twitter
Daniel Sieberg, Spokesperson, Google Politics & Elections
TUESDAY, AUGUST 28
The Election in Numbers: A Conversation with Leading Pollsters
John Dickerson, Political Director, CBS News
Ron Fournier, Editor-in-Chief, National Journal
Beth Reinhard, Political Correspondent, National Journal