On-line Political Strategies : Soapbox RNC's e-campaign manager Cyrus Krohn and Internet Ad guru Michael Bassik spoke with NPR's Robert Smith for a segment that will air this Sunday on NPR. Watch this space for excerpts from that interview.
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Davar Iran Ardalan, Senior Producer
RNC's e-campaign manager Cyrus Krohn and Michael Bassik of MSHC Partners are two of the people who are crafting the Internet strategies for the 2008 presidential election. The two spoke with Robert Smith for a segment that will air this Sunday on NPR. Cyrus and Michael both referred to ustream.tv, as one of the new technological features that didn't exist at the Conventions four years ago. Ustream.tv will allow live internet video streaming from the floor of the 2008 Conventions.

Back in June, Senior Producer Davar Iran Ardalan and I caught up with Michael Bassik, for the next in our series of interviews from PDF2008. Here we are in our temporary NPR mini-studio -- aka a backstage dressing room at Jazz at Lincoln Center during the Personal Democracy Forum in New York check it out: