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Amber Mac takes a look at the best videos from the 2008 Presidential Election.
21 Nov 2008
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24 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. More than a hundred million Americans don't vote. Even when they're electing their president and, with that, the most powerful political leader in the world. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 1: Discovering Non-Voting America In early September 2007 we touch US shores in New York City and move over to the political heartland of the US, Washington DC, for a crash course about low voter turnout in America. Who are they? Why don't they vote? Can a young and fresh presidential candidate as Barack Obama make them vote? How would American politics change if more young people, single women, poor white people, African-Americans and Latino's would start voting? Who better than Oprah could get America's non-voters to vote in 2008. Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 2: In Line For Democracy. Our crew's first stop on their journey across non-voting America is Columbus, Ohio. A single mom and her kids in a poor neighborhood give us a chilling introduction on what voting can be like in America. Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 3: Campaigning With Scissors: We enter the southern parts of non-voting America. In a small South Carolina city we stop by a black barbershop, that is not just helping out long-haired European travelers, but also the Obama campaign... Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 4: In New Orleans we meet Miss Donna and her son Dante. Since Katrina and the way DC politics handled the aftermath, Miss Donna has stopped voting. Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 4: We're halfway our journey across non-voting America and it seems that lack of faith in politicians is a big reason why people don't vote. Some Americans would rather have a talkshow host running the country... Watch more MiniMovies at:
29 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 6: A small retired nurse with a big voice leads us to Senator Obama. Attracting new voters is of huge importance for the Obama campaign and Miss Childs has a chant to mobilize them. Fired up! Ready to go! Watch more MiniMovies at:
14 Dec 2009
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 7: We're heading for the Western parts of non-voting America. Our first stop is Dallas, Texas. In a state that foreigners always associate with everything that makes America so American we stumble upon a changing face of Texas... Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 8: Nevada could possibly turn Democratic in the 2008 elections. A key factor in turning the state blue is mobilizing Latino voters. When we arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada the fight for the Latino vote is already in full swing... Watch more MiniMovies at:
29 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 9: Youthful Beginnings Turnout among young people in America has been very low. The Obama campaign wants to change that, with Iowa as the first state in the primary season to show if it could... Watch more MiniMovies at:
28 Nov 2008
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A crew of young European filmmakers in search of America's missing voters. Watch more MiniMovies at: than a hundred million Americans don't vote. A year before the presidential elections of 2008 a crew of young European filmmakers goes on a journey all across the country in a little old motor home to search for America's missing voters. Episode 10: Mail for Miss Winfrey As Oprah gradually became part of our story about why so many Americans don't vote, we decided we had to end our journey at her studio in Chicago... Watch more MiniMovies at:
29 Nov 2008
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29 Nov 2008
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A revista Caras é uma revista de celebridades que começou por ser editada na Argentina. É também editada no Brasil pela Editora Abril, e começou a circular em novembro de 1993.Existe também uma edição portuguesa com o mesmo nome, publicada pela Edimpresa, que sai às quartas-feiras. A actual directora da revista é Luísa Jardim. Existe já um site on-line "www.caras.pt", onde pode ser consultada. É a revista com maior tiragem dentro do seu segmento, as figuras centrais desta revista são a familia Jardim, retornada de Africa em 1972, quase toda relações publicas directas ou indirectas da já referida publicação.Também foi recentemente lançada uma edição angolana da revista.Actualmente a directora desta revista, Luisa Jardim, também tem como funções direcção da Caras recoração. Tendo actualmente João Belo como relações publicas da Caras Portugal. É também a maior rival da Old Games Zine.A Rede Globo (também conhecida como TV Globo ou simplesmente Globo) é uma rede de televisão brasileira que iniciou suas atividades no dia 26 de abril de 1965, no Rio de Janeiro. Foi fundada e dirigida pelo empresário Roberto Marinho até sua morte, em 2003, quando passou ao controle de seu filho, Roberto Irineu Marinho. Atualmente, a emissora é uma das maiores de toda a América e a terceira maior do mundo, assistida por 80 milhões de pessoas diariamente.[1][2] A empresa faz parte do grupo empresarial Organizações Globo. A matriz da empresa encontra-se no bairro do Jardim Botânico, no Rio de Janeiro. O departamento de notícias está situado no Jardim Botânico, e seus principais estúdios de produção localizam-se no complexo conhecido como Projac, em Jacarepaguá, na Zona Oeste da cidade. Em 2007, a Globo alterou suas operações analógicas com o propósito de construir uma produção televisiva em alta definição para a televisão digital.Rede Globo (English: Globo Network, better known as TV Globo, Globo TV or simply Globo) is a Brazilian television network, owned by media conglomerate Organizações Globo. Globo began its TV transmission on April 26, 1965 in Rio de Janeiro, broadcasting in channel 4 of the VHF spectrum. The network is currently one of the largest in The Americas and the fourth largest in the world, watched by 80 million people daily. [1] [2][3] Globo is headquartered in the Jardim Botânico neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, where its news division is based. The network's main production studios are located at a complex dubbed Projac (in portuguese "Projeto Jacarepaguá"), located in Jacarepaguá, Rio's western area. In 2007, Globo moved their analogue operations to a purpose-built high-definition television production in digital broadcasting.As a consequence of the size of its viewership, Rede Globo is in a position to exert significant influence over the outcome of a local or national election. In the 1989 presidential elections, Globo aired the final debate between Fernando Collor de Mello and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, but edited the debate in such a way that Collor received considerably more air time than Lula, and juxtaposed some of Collor's more eloquent responses with some of Lula's less eloquent responses [11].Years later, the network publicly apologized for the incident, and electoral law was changed to prohibit networks from showing edited versions of political debates and enacted a law similar to the American equal-time rule. The theme was openly discussed in Jornal Nacional's official book, which was released in 2006. In 1993 the British Channel 4 made a documentary, Beyond Citizen Kane, about the power and influence of the network in Brazil. The documentary had participations of great Brazilian political characters, including Leonel Brizola, who was also a political adversary of Globo Network.[citation needed] Globo has had a tempestuous history with the organization which owns Brazil's 2nd largest TV network: the Rede Record. Record's owners, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, were mired in controversy during the church's growth, including an incident in 1995, when Globo aired a tape which showed the church's founder, Edir Macedo, teaching other church officials how to manipulate church followers into giving more money to the church.
1 Dec 2008
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Song: In the belly of the whale performed by the Newsboys. Barack Obama has been elected the next president of the United States, their first black leader, in a historic landslide victory. After sweeping a series of key battleground states, including early wins in Ohio, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, Obama triumphed over Republican rival John McCain after securing Virginia and California. In his hometown of Chicago, Obama delivered a message of hope and unity. While conceding that "the road ahead will be long", he promised to overcome the economic, environmental and international challeges he described as "the greatest of our lifetime." The 47 year-old also answered critics of the US with return to "the enduring power of our ideals: democracy, liberty, opportunity and unyielding hope (...) the true genius of America." Arizona senator John McCain had been "extraordinarily gracious" in a telephone call after his defeat, according to Obama who was looking forward to working with the 72 year-old. Accompanied by running-mate Sarah Palin, McCain urged "all Americans who supported me to join me in not just congratulating him but offering our next president our goodwill and earnest effort to find ways to come together." McCain described Obama's historic victory in becoming the first African American president as "something I deeply admire and commend him for achieving", adding that the triumph would be a source of hope for those who had thought they had little influence in presidential elections. Current president George W Bush had also offered his congratulations.PM Gordon Brown, who had previously refused to be drawn on his prefered candidate, congratulated Obama and described him as a "true friend of Britain." He added that through working together "a safer and more secure society for the future" could be built.Speaking to BBC Radio Wales, First Minister Rhodri Morgan described the "Huge hopes (that) are invested in the Obama presidency". Morgan also called for co-operation with other world leaders "to restore order to the global financial system and give a kick-start to the world's economy to stop us plunging into depression".Mr Obama's inauguration will take place on January 20.Obama é o primeiro candidato negro à Presidência por um grande partido.No começo da campanha eleitoral, ainda em 2007, poucos apostavam na candidatura de Barack Hussein Obama. Senador por Illinois em seu primeiro mandato, ele era um desconhecido diante da ex-primeira-dama Hillary Clinton. Mas com uma estratégia bem definida --ganhar as pequenas votações e "caucus" (assembléias de eleitores)-- e a percepção de que os eleitores buscam uma mudança na administração do país --principal lema de sua campanha--, Obama conquistou a nomeação democrata com o apoio em massa dos superdelegados após as últimas primárias democratas. Na noite de 3 de junho, após a contagem dos votos de Montana e Dakota do Sul, a equipe de campanha de Obama celebrou a conquista inédita. Obama é o primeiro negro a se tornar candidato à Presidência dos EUA por um grande partido.E a questão racial, mesmo que de forma velada, pontuou a campanha do senador. Após a descoberta dos sermões controversos de Jeremiah Wright, seu ex-pastor por 20 anos com quem teve que romper, Obama fez um discurso sobre a temática que ficou marcado como exemplo do poder de sua retórica que atrai milhares aos seus comícios."Escolhi disputar a Presidência neste momento histórico porque acredito profundamente que não podemos resolver os desafios de nossa era a não ser que o façamos juntos, a não ser que aperfeiçoemos nossa união ao compreender que, embora nossas histórias pessoais possam diferir, temos esperanças comuns", disse Obama, na época.Mesmo sem anunciar constantemente o fato de poder ser o primeiro presidente negro dos EUA, é entre os eleitores negros que Obama tem os maiores índices de votação. Uma pesquisa recente do instituto Gallup mostrou que Obama tem 93% das intenções de votos entre este eleitorado.Contudo, outra pesquisa do mesmo instituto avaliou o impacto da questão racial e mostrou que uma grande maioria dos eleitores negros, 78%, e uma maioria ainda maior dos eleitores brancos, 88%, negam a influência da questão racial em seu voto. O mesmo cenário aparece entre os eleitores hispânicos; 60% deles afirmam que não votam por questões raciais.Outro grande eleitorado de Obama está na camada mais jovem da população, os estudantes de classe média e alta que vivem em meio à diversidade das universidades, influenciados pelo rap e pela música negra em geral.Uma pesquisa do Centro de Pesquisas Pew, dos Estados Unidos, mostrou que a maior parte dos brasileiros confia mais no provável candidato democrata à Presidência dos Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, do que em seu rival, o republicano John McCain.De acordo com o estudo, 58% dos brasileiros ouvidos disseram ter muita ou alguma confiança no democrata.
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