Thursday, February 9, 2012

Charlotte news media gearing up for DNC

NetNewsCheck, which covers the business of local digital media, has taken a thorough look at how Charlotte's news media are using social media and local partnerships as they plan for September's Democratic National Convention.

For example, says the story, -- a TV site by the Observer's news partner -- plans to let Charlotte residents know which streets to avoid during convention week.

Also covered: Doings at WSOC and WBTV Web sites and The Observer's partnership with such local online news sites as, which covers Charlotte's African American community. Tim Funk


Anonymous said...

Gearing up for the DNC???? Heck, the Charlotte media IS the DNC.

Anonymous said...

Under Obama millions of young children now homeless in America go hungry growing daily with 30 million total homeless living like rats in large urban areas.

Meanwhile under Obama gas doubles with everything else and 16 trillion immediate debt and growing

NFL and NBA causes tv cable to triple and proces to rise under Obama and growing.

Its an ugly picture deteriorating rapidly across the nation as disease, poverty, homeless, child deaths, elderly deaths as 3rd world status grows and millions of illegals flood from south of the border with no stop taking 10% of the jobs.

Anonymous said...

Only 300? So how can the US blow up all commies and ragheads with only 300 nukes? Better make sure they are the big ones only to do it right otherwise it will be a halfass mess.