Blog Wars

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Blog Wars is a 2006 documentary film about the rise of political blogging and its influence on the 2006 midterm Connecticut senate election. Original musical score is composed by Samuel Sim.

It follows the primary in which Ned Lamont successfully challenged Joe Lieberman for the Democratic nomination for junior senator of Connecticut. Before losing to Lieberman, then running as an Independent, in the general elections.

The 60 minute film features a range of top bloggers, liberal and conservative, including: Markos Moulitsas, founder of DailyKos; Michelle Malkin, blogger and Fox News Commentator; Jane Hamsher, founder of firedoglake; John Hinderaker, co-founder of Powerline; Charles Foster Johnson, founder of littlegreenfootballs; Andrew Sullivan, former editor of the New Republic.

The film was directed by James Rogan and executive produced by Phil Craig at Brook Lapping Productions for the Sundance Channel.[1]


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