AOL and BlogTalkRadio Create Daily Hot Seat Radio Show

BlogTalkRadio’s Media Lizzy to Host Show Based on AOL Political Machine Blog

BlogTalkRadio (www.blogtalkradio.com), the first citizen broadcasting network, and AOL News (news.aol.com), have created a daily online talk radio show focusing on AOL News’ Hot Seat question of the day. The show, called AOL Hot Seat Question of the Day, will be available to listeners on BlogTalkRadio, (www.blogtalkradio.com/AOL-Hot-Seat), and AOL’s Political Machine blog, (news.aol.com/political-machine). BlogTalkRadio’s Media Lizzy will host the daily program along with a Political Machine Hot Seat blogger of the day. Listeners can call in and join the conversation.

Hot Seat is AOL News’ syndicated political widget featuring daily political poll questions from some of the biggest political bloggers across the political spectrum, including The Huffington Post, Time’s Mark Halperin, Slate’s John Dickerson, Politico, Crooks & Liars, Power Line, The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan and Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey. The questions address current political issues and events as a way to stimulate a dialogue between voters, pundits and politicians.

“The Hot Seat polls bring together various opinions from syndicated content across the Internet and provides an outlet for the public to discuss breaking political news,” said Coates Bateman, Executive Producer, AOL’s Political Machine. “By adding the BlogTalk Radio component, we are providing users with additional insight into the Hot Seat blog posts.”

“As politics is the most popular content category on BlogTalkRadio, we are happy to partner with AOL News and its outstanding Political Machine blog,” said Alan Levy, CEO and co-founder of BlogTalkRadio. “John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s campaign have all utilized BlogTalkRadio to communicate their messages to the masses and interact with voters on a one-on-one basis. This agreement with AOL News furthers BlogTalkRadio’s commitment to inform the public about this year’s presidential race and encourage listeners to lend their voice and share their opinions on the election and future of the United States.”

In addition to AOL Hot Seat Question of the Day, Elizabeth “Media Lizzy” Blackney also hosts BlogTalkRadio programs Heading Right Radio and The Media Lizzy Show. She is a political communications strategist, author of Sex, Lies & Politricks, and the founding publisher of TMK Books.

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4 thoughts on “AOL and BlogTalkRadio Create Daily Hot Seat Radio Show

  1. sandy

    I need to know how anyone with half a brain can vote for Obama???What has he done for this country??who heard of him before this?

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  2. Susan sinclair

    I voted for Obama because I believe that he can best lead us into the 21st Century, toward tolerance for many points of view, away from hate, racism, repression and fear. I believe that with Obama as president the US of A will regain the respect of the world, the economy will benefit and life will be better for my granddaughter. I have quite a bit more then 1/2 a brain but for me Obama is a “no brainer” as the kids say.

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  3. marie strutz

    OBAMA IS THOROUGHLY INEPT ON HOW TO RUN A COUNTRY AND FOREIGN RELATIONS. HE IS MERELY A FRONT MAN FOR RAM EMANUEL AND D. AXELROD. HE WAS RAMMED THROUGH BY THEM AND BIG MONEY AND ANYONE WHO COULD NOT SEE THROUGH THIS MAN AND VOTED HIM IN TO LEAD THIS GREAT NATION, SURELY HAS LESS THAN 1/2 A BRAIN OR NO BRAIN AT ALL. WE OWE ALL THIS NONSENSE GOING ON RIGHT NOW TO THOSE WHO WENT CRAZY WITH “YES WE CAN” TO SEE IT’S REALLY “NO I CAN’T. HOW SAD YOU AMERICANS FAILED THIS GREAT COUNTRY!!!!!!!!!!!

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