Twitter debuted its Vine video app a week ago, and we’re starting to see some creative experiments by TV brands, both local and national. As we noted in last week’s story, Vine restricts clips to 6 seconds and requires you to shoot it with the iPhone — no way (yet) to import clips into the app. With those limits, some TV brands are giving it a swing. Without further ado, here are a few examples we’ve gleaned.
— PBS (@PBS) January 31, 2013
— Keir Simmons (@KeirSimmons) January 29, 2013
— MTV Hive (@MTVHive) January 27, 2013
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) January 31, 2013
— WVEC 13NEWS (@13News) January 30, 2013
— TODAY(@todayshow) January 31, 2013
Puppies coming up on the NBC4 News at Noon. vine.co/v/bJV63bQBJnH
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) January 30, 2013
See any others out there to add?
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