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According to a press release this morning, Cox-Las Vegas (via Channel 1 “On Demand”) is inviting all candidates for elected office to go in and tape a 2-minute video for playback on their On Demand system: CONTACT Steve Schorr, VP — (702) 545-1002 — steve.schorr@COX Las Vegas Gives Candidates for Elected Office Free Air Time to Outline Platform and Connect Directly with Voters LAS VEGAS – Cox Communications-Las Vegas is once again providing candidates for local, state and federal elected office free air time through its popular “Elections On Demand” initiative via Cox Channel 1 On DEMAND.The company’s election year initiative allows candidates to tape a two-minute “candidate vignette” in a special TV studio for playback via the Cox On DEMAND system.Although at the time we probably thought that it might help drive traffic to our various websites, our main concern was to help spread information and to set up a distributed, non-centralized system.I (Rob Stitt) volunteered to be the technical manager for the sites, and for a number of years ran a mailing list for the volunteers to help coordinate setting up the sites and in theory keep AGORA maintained.However, since 1998, the Internet has changed a lot.Although we attempted to enforce a standard look on the various sites, not everyone followed the internet coding standards that were emerging at the time. It wa still full screen, although most monitors are now wide screen.
“With so many choices this election cycle, it’s critical for candidates to connect with voters and for voters to have a better understanding of their candidates,” said Steve Schorr, vice president of public and government affairs at Cox Las Vegas. With Elections On DEMAND, our digital cable customers will have an opportunity to associate a name with a candidate’s specific platform thereby creating a more objective decision-making process based on side-by-side comparisons of each candidate’s platform.” Schorr went on to say “with the large number of candidates on the primary ballot we saw a reason to do this for the first time ever in Primary election.” Elections 2010 is being provided as a community service to Cox digital cable customers by Cox’s News and Public Affairs department and is being produced entirely by Cox Communications without any cost to the candidates.
There are a number of broken links, either because of some dead websites or because of structural changes in the Web.
I am importing pages from the Wayback Machine to get those resolved and either move the article to a new host site, or get it reconstituted.
The mailing lists that were the main source of aromatherapy communications in the 90's have been replaced by blogs, Facebook Groups, or Twitter.
AGORA is still here, we have a Twitter feed and perhaps we'll start Facebook page to link people to it.