Politico Playbook: 'New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie failed to even score an invite last year [to CPAC]; this time the scandal-plagued Republican will give the most highly anticipated speech of the event, to a crowd that's not a natural fit,' writes Politico's James Hohmann. Jim VandeHei discusses.
Politico, the fast-growing Web site for U.S. politics, which has been expanding its live Web programming, is expanding its footprint on cable with its programming being carried by CSPAN for the first time, tonight (3.6) for Super Tuesday coverage. This afternoon in Politico's newsroom, we spoke with executive editor Jim VandeHei about the live show and how he values the the on-camera contributions of Politico's staffers.
WASHINGTON -- Seeing an emerging playing field where Internet delivered video news will eventually be on par with cable, Politico will broadly expand its video programming this year, says Jim VandeHei, Executive Editor, in this interview with Beet.TV. Web-only video news from newspapers, wire services and portals is on the rise. Yahoo! just announced an ambitious documentary season, Adweek's Mike Shields reports.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the Obama Administration filed a trade complaint with the World Trade Organization against Chinese for allegedly subsidizing auto parts; and Jim Vandehei, Politico executive editor, offers insight on the article describing the Romney camp as 'stumbling.'
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