Podcast: Political Machines--Innovations that let the people be heard (part 2 of 2)
Missed our 2012 New Perspectives symposium, "Political Machines: Innovations in Campaigns and Advertising"? Here's your chance to catch some of the highlights. Then POPVOX.com co-founder Rachna Choudhry talks about how POPVOX bridges the gap between the input the public wants to provide and the information Members of Congress want and need to receive.

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. Rachna Choudhry was originally interviewed on 16 Oct. 2012 by Laurel Fritzsch and Kate Wiley. Introduction music is "Toby’s Theme," composed and performed by Brandon Belman; the closing music is “Home,” composed and performed by Brandon Belman, both used with permission. This podcast was released on 20 Nov. 2012.