Television has been integral to Presidential elections since the 1950s. Dwight D. Eisenhower was the first to use television to appeal directly to voters as media consumers and get elected--a lesson learned by a young JFK.
We look at how the new media of television influenced presidential politics forever.
This History Communicator video is made possible by Purdue University, home of the C-SPAN Video Library.
History Communicators is an emerging field wherein historians and others embrace new media forms as a mode of sharing new historical knowledge.
Learn more about our movement! Visit http://www.historycommunication.com
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