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Posts Tagged ‘CNN’

Twitter Partners With 2,000 Brands For Even More Expanded Tweets

Over the summer, Twitter announced that it would be working with select partners to create expanded tweets – tweets that display rich content, such as embedded videos or articles, when clicked on.

And now you have yet another reason to never, ever leave Twitter for your content needs: over 2,000 more brands and companies have signed on to offer expanded tweets.
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29% Of The Economist’s Twitter Followers Also Follow The New York Times [STATS]

What do the news outlets you follow on Twitter say about you? That’s what the folks at SocialFlow, the social media optimization platform, wanted to know, so they did a rigorous study of the audience of several of the most prominent news sources on Twitter, including the New York Times, The Economist, The BBC and Al Jazeera.

They found that each news organization had different audiences and saw different types of engagement, but there were some significant overlaps. Can you guess whether Fox News or Al Jazeera saw more engagement?
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CNN’s Twitter World Cup Coverage Wins Prestigious UK Journalism Award

CNN has just won a prestigious UK journalism award for its innovative use of Twitter to cover the 2010 World Cup.
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How to Make Your Own Virtual Newspaper with Twitter

Who needs a newspaper when you have Twitter?
This post may sound redundant to those in the know; but for those new to Twitter, here are some ways you can use the site as a one stop spot for your news – including links to get you started. Read more

Twitter is a “Real-Time Network” Not a “Social Network”: Biz Stone [Interview]

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources Sunday to discuss the impact that Twitter has on the journalism and news media industry. In light of his recent comments that Twitter could become a news network, this interview proved to shed some light on the direction that Stone wants to take the microblogging service.
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Catch Biz Stone on CNN’s Reliable Sources This Sunday

Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder and media darling, will be making an appearance this Sunday on CNN’s Reliable Sources.
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“Twitter is not to be a triumph of technology but of humanity” – Biz Stone

Biz Stone made an appearance on Wolf Blitzer’s The Situation Room last night, and answered some rapid-fire, 140-character questions from Blitzer and Twitter users.

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Breaking News: Just Not From CNN (Also, Why Being Able to Change Your Username On Twitter Is Really, Really Dumb)

This one’s gotta have legs. About an hour ago, Business Insider reported that the CNN Breaking News account, aka @cnnbrk, was not actually run by CNN at all.

The account was actually being updated by James Cox, who up until very recently was the only user that @cnnbrk was following (it’s since added five CNN affiliates to its roster). It all makes sense, now – hindsight is 20/20, after all – but way back on March 14th I actually queried this very thing. CNN has now acquired the @cnnbrk account from Cox for an undisclosed sum.

There are two things very strange about this story. One, of course, that it wasn’t CNN at all, but nobody noticed. More than that, @cnnbrk is the number one most-followed account on the entire Twitter network. It’s almost certainly going to be the first to break the million barrier, and the real CNN are stepping in just as it’s about to cross the finish line. Well played, sir.

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