Podcast: Political Machines--Innovations in Campaigns and Elections (part 1 of 2)
Get a sneak peek at our 2012 symposium, “Political Machines: Innovations in Campaigns and Elections.” Eric Hintz provides an overview of the event, followed by interviews with Joyce Bedi on technology in political advertising, Eric Hintz on technology in political campaigns, Larry Bird on technology in political polling, and Jeffrey Brodie on technology in voting.

From "Prototype Online: Inventive Voices," a podcast series from the Lemelson Center. To subscribe to the series, copy this URL into your podcast software: http://invention.smithsonian.org/podcasts/prototype.rss or access iTunes directly.

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A production of the Smithsonian's Lemelson Center. Written, hosted, and audio production by Laurel Fritzsch, podcast program manager. Art Molella, executive producer. Joyce Bedi, webmaster. Eric Hintz, Joyce Bedi, Larry Bird, and Jeffrey Brodie were originally interviewed on 10 and 15 Oct. 2012, by Laurel Fritzsch. Music is “I Don’t Like Threepeats” by The Safeword, performed by Brandon Belman, used with permission. This podcast was released on 25 Oct. 2012.