Marketing for Political News Websites


  • The Huffington Post
    Its content is regarded as primarily liberal, but the site has made an effort to include conservative coverage as well. The news coverage is mostly objective, while the commentary is left-leaning and oriented to progressive readers.

  • The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
    The program airs on MSNBC at 10 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and premiered in 2010.

  • The Left Coaster
    Provides an insight into a different approach and on current events that revolve around the political scene, the involvement of the media in politics, and even commentary on arts and entertainment.

  • The McLaughlin Group
    Weekly political affairs program that covers major political issues in a roundtable format. The show's host John McLaughlin leads a panelists of liberal and conservative news makers who analyze news topics of the week.

  • The Nation
    Unabashedly liberal in the take it presents on politics and news.

  • The Washington Quarterly
    The website is, in fact, a detailed journal of international affairs that actively analyzes the global strategic changes and their public policy implications.

  • Think Progress
    Politically progressive blog written by spcialists from the Center for American Progress. Updated on a regular basis; invites readers to share their opinions.

  • Thought Mechanics
    Works on maintaining people informed about the latest important political events, providing subjective opinions in hopes of creating a more informed citizenry.

  • Up with Chris Hayes
    Focuses on the top political news issues of the day and conducts interviews with newsmakers.

  • Wayne Madsen Reports
    In the tradition of Drew Pearson's and Jack Anderson's famous "Washington Merry-Go-Round" syndicated column and I.F. Stone, this online publication tackles the "politically incorrect" and "politically embarrassing" stories and holds government officials accountable for their actions. This web site extends a warm open invitation to whistleblowers and leakers.

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