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Posts Tagged ‘twitters’

Twitter Media Gets a Facelift

Twitter for TVTwitter’s media site has relaunched, featuring a new television section.

The new homepage has an eight-box grid of topics to choose from, ranging from television to “the basics.” Clicking on television brings users to a redesigned TV page, which houses social TV success stories, Twitter’s media blog, best practices, and user support.

There’s also a featured best practices and success stories section with successful examples of live-tweeting, engaging followers, and promoting content.

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Sidecastr update allows synched conversations with Facebook friends even when you can’t watch together

Sidecastr has continued to grow in popularity by focusing heavily on curation for the second screen (available to download for iPad here). The Boston-based startup recently launched the ability to synch conversations with Facebook friends, even if you’re not watching shows at the same time. Here are the details. Read more

SnappyTV launches 'VTweets' to make video more social

Remember SnappyTV, the exciting social TV startup that won the award at the first Social TV Summit? The San Francisco based company is growing their advanced editing tools, and it recently announced "VTweets" -- the ability to bridge the live video you capture on their platform with tweets. The two major features of VTweets include...

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Fox News puts Twitter hashtags to work for debate

Update: This morning Twitter released some data around last night's debate, where Fox News used #answer and #dodge hashtags to track real-time feedback from viewers. "After a slow start and a net #dodge rating for an answer on his recent attacks on Mitt Romney's record at Bain Capital, Gingrich elicited strong #answer ratings for much of the remainder of the debate," explains Twitter, which posted this graph...

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