To see how much Twitter has grown in the past four years, just look at the 2013 Inauguration Day numbers below compared to 2009. In a little over one hour, there were 1.1 million tweets about this year’s Inauguration Ceremony. This is compared to just 82,392 tweets about Obama’s first Inaugural in 2009. Read more
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The social TV election continues to grow. Before the first traditional debate has taken place between President Obama and former Governor Romney, Univision is hosting a "meet and greet" for each candidate, which is being streamed live on their Facebook page right now. Tonight the former governor is taking the stage in Miami and tomorrow night President Obama will. Here are more details about this "first of a kind" partnership with Facebook to make this social web event possible.
In July CNN and Facebook announced a major partnership around the election. "America's Choice 2012" is an analysis of Facebook's more than 160 million users in the U.S. and CNN's multi-platform audience. Their first big report is out and we spoke to Michelle Jaconi, CNN's Executive Producer of Cross-Platform programming about the results.