WASHINGTON, D.C., May 14, 2013 – National Journal has fully redesigned The Hotlinewith a brand new look, a user-friendly interface, and powerful political tracking tools. Subscribers will continue to enjoy The Hotline editors' irreverent and comprehensive look at political developments from across the country, presented alongside campaign news links from around the web, race-by-race polling data and demographic metrics in partnership with OhMyGov, a media monitoring and political analysis research firm.
- Sortable News Monitoring & Aggregation For Each Political Race and Candidate
- Social Media Tracking and Ranking
- User-Friendly Interface
Additional enhancements later this year will offer subscribers aggregated polling data on every national race and, campaign financial disclosures, plus a customizable race dashboard of the national and gubernatorial contests of greatest interest to them.
Check out the new site: http://www.nationaljournal.com/member/hotline
Media outlets that do not subscribe to The Hotline can request a temporary password to see the new features by emailing Ben Fishel: email@example.com
Every House, Senate and gubernatorial race has a dedicated profile page complete with candidate profiles, poll tracking, news monitoring, social media engagement, and financial disclosures. With these new tools, Hotline has broadened its commitment to delivering comprehensive news and information on every federal and statewide race in the country. Subscribers will get a firsthand look at the full spectrum of campaign coverage, from the national atmospherics to local behind-the-scenes chatter.
“For 25 years, The Hotline has delivered subscribers political wisdom before it’s conventional. Now, we’ve updated our user interface and experience, the layout and feel of Washington’s premier daily tip sheet on campaigns and elections,” said Editor-in-Chief Reid Wilson. “Our commitment to bringing subscribers the most comprehensive coverage out there remains the same, but we’re delivering Hotline in a more convenient, easy-to-use package.”
“As social media become more critical to successful campaigns and voter outreach, these changes put the new Hotline at the forefront of measuring candidates’ social footprint,” said Jessica Perry, vice president and general manager of digital operations for National Journal.