Last week, the Democratic National Convention concluded. The event ostensibly took place in Milwaukee Wisconsin, but in fact mostly took place in virtual space. Instead of large arenas filled with cheering delegates and balloons, we had a series of addresses from Party leaders speaking from living rooms and quietly reaching out to individual viewers. How did the virtual nature of the convention change the messaging or the reach of the convention? Allison Prasch, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Politics & Culture in the Department of Communication Arts at UW-Madison joined Monday Buzz host Brian Standing.