Mobile Internet use, Election ADs (and AD Fatigue) -- Partisan (or non-partisan) topic?

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Article: Campaign Mobile [Internet] Use Increases as Voters Tune-Out Radio and TV Ads.

* Internet use (mobile or desktop) is a less passive activity than TV or radio.

* Just how would the topic of the mobile Internet apps fall into a partisan context, or remain in a non-partisan context?

* Can mobile Internet app use boost voter turnout?

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Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

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