Episode 2, with guests Jeannie Mamo and John Hlinko on the State of The Union Speech

John Hlinko and Jeanie Mamo are our interview guests this week.
Show produced by Katherine Caperton
Original Air Date: January 29, 2011 on SiriusXM Satellite Radio “POTUS” Channel 124.  Click above to listen.

The Super Bowl of political speeches is over, and this week on Polioptics we take a look at how it played for broadcast.  Was the President successful in maximizing unique elements?  Did the Republican responses connect visually with the audience?  How did digital and social media set this year’s State of the Union address apart from all that came before it? Plus, our take on the polioptical impact of Jay Carney being chosen to succeed Robert Gibbs as the White House Press Secretary.

Joining me on the broadcast: Josh King, former Clinton White House Production Chief and founder of Polioptics.com; Jeanie Mamo, former Director of Media Affairs in the George W. Bush administration; and John Hlinko, grass roots / political social media expert and founder of leftaction.com

Have a listen by clicking on the link just below the headline for this post and join us via satellite for future broadcasts. POLIOPTICS airs every Saturday at 6am, 12pm and 6pm EST on Sirius|XM Satellite Radio’s P.O.T.U.S. channel — Sirius 110 | XM 130.

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1 comment to Episode 2, with guests Jeannie Mamo and John Hlinko on the State of The Union Speech

  • Phil Doriot

    Guys,

    Caught the show today after hearing Adam on with Joe yesterday…

    You guys killed it — great show. I’m a listener now!

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