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Kim Kardashian Wants Fans to Vote in the Election

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Television,

Kim KardashianKim Kardashian thinks it's important to be politically informed to vote.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is encouraging young people to vote in the United States and generally be interested in the electoral process. Eager to make her point, the 31-year-old star caught a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina to host the official Democratic National Convention's after-party on Thursday. She boarded a private jet with her publicist Jonathan Cheban and designer Rachel Roy following an appearance at Fashion's Night Out in New York City.

After launching her new fragrance exclusively at Lord & Taylor, she Tweeted a picture of the passengers seated and eating from a fast food chain. "This is how we do... Private plane & Wendy's! DNC party here we come," she wrote.

Before her journey, Kanye West's girlfriend expressed her interest in American politics. "I always think it's like really important to help others get informed," she said.

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Thursday Ratings: CBS Splits Evening with FOX

Last night, Big Brother showed surprising strength given its age. (Then again, the fall season really hasn’t kicked in.) The reality show coupled with the always reliable CSI gave CBS a win with the viewers. Meanwhile, a new episode of The Moment of Truth helped FOX with the demos.

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Wednesday Ratings: America’s Got Talent Wins Night

Facing very little competition, America’s Got Talent walked away with another easy victory last night. The show, once again, gave NBC another win with the viewers and the demos.

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Tuesday Ratings: NBC On Top Again

Fortunately for NBC, it still had America’s Got Talent to rely on post-Olympics. The reality hit helped the network win with the viewers and the demos.

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  • (3.0/9 18-49) returned to 11 million viewers.
  • * (1.5/5) dialed up 7.3 million.
  • (2.3/7) had 6.5 million wincing.
  • The first hour of * (1.7/5) diagnosed 4.8 million.
  • * (0.7/2) pulled in 1.9 million.

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Monday Ratings: NBC Wins Without Olympics

Now that the Olympics are over, we’ve finally been given a reason to start looking at the other networks’ numbers. The funny thing is: NBC wound up winning Monday night anyway.

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Obama campaign using SMS to announce VP running mate

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones,

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Whether you like him or you don’t, you have got to hand it to Barack Obama and the things his campaign is doing to reach potential voters and get them engaged. Case in point, his using SMS as a marketing tool. You see, Obama is set to announce his running mate between now and the Democratic Convention. That’s a given. However, instead of just leaving it at that, he is inviting his supporters (or, really, anyone) to sign up so that they can get an email and/or SMS the moment that the announcement is made. From the site:

Barack is about to choose a running mate, and he wants you to know first. You have helped build this movement from the bottom up, and Barack wants you to be part of this important moment.

Sign up today and we’ll send you an email announcing Barack’s running mate.

You can also text VP to 62262 to receive a text message on your mobile phone.

How’s that for using today’s technology to reach out? Meanwhile, McCain is still trying to grasp just what the Internet is.

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