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The next chapter in the story of the Twitter and Viacom partnership is a five-day comedy festival co-presented with Comedy Central.
According to the New York Times, the Twitter comedy festival will be played out in tweets and Vines.
The festival, using the hashtag “ComedyFest,” will debut April 29. Over five days, comedians – both amateur and professional – will tweet jokes and post Vines. For example, comedian Steve Agee will host a “Vine Dining” party of six-second video stories.
It’s the time of year for “year in review” reflections, and Twitter itself got us off to a solid start with their official look back at 2012.
Earlier this morning, we shared with you a handy tool for taking a graphical look at your own year on Twitter.
Now we’re turning to another big player to get a bird’s eye view (forgive us) of 2012 Twitter behavior: the entertainment industry.
In a fascinating study by The Hollywood Reporter and market research firm Penn Schoen Berland released earlier this year, it came to light that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter play an indispensable role in all key aspects of today’s entertainment industry.
It wasn’t so long ago that email didn’t even exist; now Hollywood executives are making decisions based on how the masses are speaking on Twitter.
That little blue check mark beside Lady Gaga, Sony, and McDonald’s Twitter names now means more than just proof of identity for the big names on the network.
Twitter has announced a distribution program to sync tweets from Verified Accounts to certain third-party apps, so you can see the tweets from your favorite celebs all around the web.