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The Walking Dead Sets TV, Twitter Ratings Record

The Walking Dead Sets TV, Twitter Ratings Record

Did you watch the season five premier of AMC’s The Walking Dead this week? Exciting, wasn’t it?

Indeed, the show launched with such anticipation that more than 17 million total viewers tuned in to watch, with 11 million of those adults in the key 18-49 demographic.

But what about Twitter?

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The Oscars On Twitter: 14.7 Million Tweets, 254,644 TPS Peak, Most Retweeted Tweet Ever [STATS]

The Oscars On Twitter: 14.7 Million Tweets, 254,644 TPS Peak, Most Retweeted Tweet Ever [STATS]

Yesterday stars and luminaries from the world of cinema gathered together at the 86th Academy Awards to honour the actors, movies and technical achievements in film in 2013, and Twitter was there to reap the spoils.

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Japanese Screening Of ‘Castle In The Sky’ Once Again Sets New Tweets-Per-Second Record: 143,199

What is up with Castle In The Sky?

Hayao Miyazaki’s Japanese anime film, originally released in 1986 and recently screened on Saturday, August 3, has set another tweets-per-second (TPS) record: 143,199.

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Lady Gaga Passes 11 Million Twitter Followers, Gains One Million In Just 37 Days

Back in May we reported on how Lady Gaga had become the first Twitter user to reach 10 million followers, a milestone she reached around midnight ET on May 14, 2011.

Now, a little over five weeks later, her follower tally has moved above 11 million. Not only has she gained almost a million users in a month, she’s actually picking up pace.

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