1. Go Trumpless
Trump has managed to get hours and hours of free media coverage for the last year. The media has found his outrageousness both irresistible and profitable.
The Democrats shouldn't continue that. 'Trump' is a word that shouldn't be uttered once. They can talk about about what they would do and how they would do it. They don't have to spell out how different their vision is from Trump's. Trust the viewers to fill it in themselves.
You know, nothing would upset Trump more than being totally ignored. Well, they can't ignore him, but they don't have to mention him and that will have the same effect. A Trump free media week will show Americans how wonderful that is. Though by Thursday night, probably Trump will be trying to crash the convention just so someone has to say his name.
2. Include the lowliest delegates in the prime time programing.
"I alone can fix it."Clinton belittled that idea today when introducing Tim Kaine. Well, her nominating convention should demonstrate she really means it.
I'd also suggest that instead of non-stop celebrity talking heads, they also let the convention delegates be more than a mindless crowd of extras that cheers, boos, holds signs, and chants slogans.
Take some of that prime time to put the delegates in the spotlight. Let them form small discussion groups and have the cameras follow real discussions of real issues by real people. Highlight the voices of the people who are Clinton's partners in getting her elected.