AFP Foundation President Tim Phillips said, “Sarah Palin is an expert at harnessing social media technology and tactics to shape the narrative. Few others have demonstrated Palin’s prowess at breaking the rules of the Old Guard Media. We’re thrilled to have her join us at RightOnline, which already features some of the most influential figures and publishers of online news in the country.”
Governor Palin will participate in Friday evening’s ‘Tribute to Andrew Breitbart’ by the Breitbart News team and will introduce Citizen United’s new film “Occupy Unmasked” written/directed by Stephen K. Bannon and featuring Andrew Breitbart. Palin is the latest to join an already impressive lineup of new media gurus that includes pollster Scott Rasmussen, author Jonah Goldberg, FOX News contributor Michelle Malkin, Breitbart News editor Dana Loesch, and many more. For the fifth year in a row, RightOnline is the can’t-miss event for liberty-loving bloggers and citizen journalists who want to take their online activism to the next level.
To learn about the other speakers at RightOnline and for frequent updates, visit www.RightOnline.com. Join the conversation on Twitter with hashtag #RO12.
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