At a time when our two presidential candidates dominate the national stage with rhetoric and negative ads, there is much our country could learn from the Olympic Games.
The online and mobile voting that took place prior to this year's baseball all-star game, which took place on July 15 at Yankee Stadium, demonstrated the power of the Web.
During the Feb. 24 telecast of the Academy Awards, commonly known as the Oscars, brand advertisers certainly had their chance to shine.
Presidential candidates are known for pouring millions of dollars into campaign advertising. Historically, this has meant television, radio and billboard advertising.
On Sept. 16, viewers tuned into Fox for the 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. New this year was the award for Creative Achievement in Interactive Television (won by Al Gore's youth-oriented Current TV network), emphasizing the importance of the Internet to today's television watchers.