It's a brave new world out there when it comes to how people get their news.
Andrew Breitbart, founder of the conservative web site Breitbart.com, died earlier this year at the age of 43. But in his short life, Breitbart helped shape an online world where conservatives no longer needed liberal-leaning news sources.
Steve Bannon, who now helps manage Breitbart.com, talked about Breitbart's vision with CBN's David Brody at the Republican National Convention.
"It was going to end the day when ABC and NBC and CNN and the New York Times and Washington Post could tell people what they had to think," Bannon said.
"That making it ubiquitous, the web making it so easy for people to access news. That it was going to allow the common person to be able to get access to all sorts of different news sources," he said.
Bannon just wrote and directed "The Hope and the Change," a documentary film about people who voted for Barack Obama in 2008, but won't in 2012.