- News networks' online coverage of the Democratic and Republican Conventions looks like it'll reset the bar -- high. While unlikely to draw as many viewers as the Olympics, coverage will be exhaustive, complete with live speeches, UGC, and strategically placed Webcams in the convention centers. But will there be animation-enhanced fireworks?
- NBC blew it on online ad revenue, according to one research firm. We've added that to the list of anti-NBC Olympic coverage complaints, right after the network's decision not to stream the most popular events live.
And in today's News Bits, Biden has a suspiciously anti-Net neutrality-seeming stance, while Obama's tech-savvy campaign attracts young voters.
— The Staff, Contentinople