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Make your own political campaign ad


Mozilla and PBS Newshour launch innovative new election video tool — starring YOU

[updated Oct 12 to include AdLibs, a unique new media mash-up tool centered on the 2012 U.S. election — featuring you in the starring role.

Make your own satirical “attack ad”

AdLibs makes it easy for anyone to make their own political campaign ads about themselves — from tongue-in-cheek attack ads to folksy biographical narratives.

The app is able to pull photos and quotes directly from your Facebook profile, then package them into the ad template of your choice. You can then share the finished commercial with friends, family and voting public. Try it out now.

Media literacy through making

“AdLibs helps you learn how political ads work by making one of your own,”  said Mozilla’s Ben Moskowitz, who worked with PBS Newshour to produce the app. “It’s a great example of the power of remix and the web, and of Mozilla’s overall approach to learning and digital literacy.”

Learning web and media skills through making is at the heart of Mozilla’s new

From NPR’s “Pop-Up Politics”

Open sourcing election coverage

AdLibs was developed by Mozilla and Popcorn.js as part of a broader partnership between Mozilla and public media. The goal: leverage open web technologies in the 2012 presidential election. Some recent highlights:

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