As of this evening, we are now more than halfway through Netroots Nation 2012. Here’s a roundup of some of the articles the traditional media has published about the convention since yesterday:
- WRNI, Providence’s local National Public Radio (NPR) station, has a report on Netroots Nation’s opening day.
- WPRI, the city’s CBS affiliate, talked to the creator of WaterFire, Providence’s critically-acclaimed art phenomenon, about this Saturday’s special performance in honor of Netroots Nation 2012.
- The Washington Post has devoted its Friday Trail Mix to covering the happenings at Netroots Nation. The Post also has a good writeup of Elizabeth Warren’s speech during the lunch keynote earlier today.
- Ari Melber reminded readers of The Nation that Netroots Nation is livestreaming all of its keynotes and most of its panels.
- USA Today’s Martha Moore has filed a dispatch on Netroots Nation that Gannett is carrying nationally.
- The Providence Journal has published several short stories about Netroots Nationover the last twenty-four hours:
- Mass. Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren electrifies Netroots crowd
- At Netroots, it’s the Apple way or the highway
- Planned Parenthood Federation president speaks to bloggers and activists at Netroots Nation
- Mayor Taveras welcomes Netroots Nation, dubs participants ‘most progressive minds in the nation’
- American progressives gather in Providence for Netroots Nation
Tomorrow will be the convention’s third and final full day. Three keynotes and three sets of panels are scheduled, including Revitalizing State and Local Blogging, which will be facilitated by yours truly at 12 PM Pacific Time. The panel will be livestreamed — please plan on tuning in from home if you can.