It will link your listeners to your merchandise and concerts, and it will provide back end data for you to locate and analyze your followers. Inherently, streaming platforms exist to appease the passive listening tendencies our culture has created. They operate in a rapid fire song economy.
“I think this community is a microcosm of achieving the American dream,” he said. “This community shows that any community, whether it be African American, Jewish, Irish, et cetera can be viable. This is the story of Newton as a whole, of the country as a whole, for the community could only exist with the help of what surrounded it.”.
One of the core functions of journalists, when you think about it, should be to track campaign pledges. It helps people understand the election process; the dynamics of a primary versus the general election, for example. It helps illuminate candidates’ commitments to doing what they say they’ll do, which is clearly a major concern of voters these days.
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His approval rating jumped up to a nearly unheard of 77 percent in one poll taken just after Sandy. (It was 56 percent before.) Another survey showed it at 72 percent. Christie’s decision to tour storm damage with President Obama controversial among some Republicans given how close it was to Election Day was heartily welcomed by the heavily Democratic Garden State.Christie went from a competitive bet for reelection to an overwhelming favorite.
“You know, you get on the set, they get to calling you, you know, ‘The Big N’ and, ‘Watch your back,’ ” Brown says. “You was always a little apprehensive about who you were working with, because you’d get some who didn’t buy into the fact that we wasn’t going away. So, you were subject to get hurt.”.
Voters Not Politicians, a Michigan nonpartisan group seeking to take district line drawing away from politicians and put it in the hands of an independent commission, seized on the decision: “The United States Supreme Court’s move to sidestep the decision on partisan redistricting and send it back to the states in cases involving Wisconsin and Maryland reinforces the need for the Voters Not Politicians proposal here in Michigan. Ultimately this is a decision that voters will have to make on November 6. Voters Not Politicians stands with the majority of Michigan voters who believe the process for drawing district lines should be fair, impartial, and transparent.”.