Joe Trippi: Local TV’s Biennial Political Cash Bonanza Is Going to Fall Off a Cliff

In an recent interview, the presidential campaign guru told Street Fight that while it would be business as usual for broadcasters next year, 2016 would likely see the beginning of the end of TV’s dominance in political advertising: “There’s a growing number of people who get it,” he said, “that there’s a better way to deliver a more targeted and relevant message without having to buy all that broadcast reach. It’s going to come. … It’s just a matter of time and innovation.”

Street Fight Daily: Google’s Hyperlocal ‘Activity Stream’, A GrubHub IPO?

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Google Map Maker Goes Hyper-Local with Activity Stream (CNet)… Sizing Up GrubHub’s IPO Prospects (Crain’s Chicago Business)…Death of the Classified: Publishers Struggle to Ignite Old Ads in New Media (Paid Content)…