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Pollapalooza

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 4:00pm
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Kate Phillips
New York Times Polling Editor
Co-sponsored by ISTS, the Dartmouth Institute for Health Care Policy & Clinical Practice, the Departments of Film & Media Studies and Sociology, and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

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Kate Phillips

The 2012 election cycle proved the notion that our data-driven society required a daily 24/7 ticker feed via Twitter, Tumblr and dozens of polls a day. For candidates and the media, this latest campaign year represented significant shifts in message delivery and policy development.

Bio

Kate Phillips was the editor of news surveys and election analysis for the 2012 presidential campaign cycle, and has now returned to the Business Desk temporarily to edit labor and energy policy issues. Within the last decade at The New York Times, Kate Phillips has also overseen business health care coverage (2010-11), worked as the online politics editor (2006-2010), Washington editor, and deputy op-Ed editor. She was also a 2003 Nieman fellow at Harvard, and has divided her time between New York and Washington, D.C. in recent years.

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