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Tweeter teases SOTU followers back to internal web pages

First Fishman tweets a leak. In 64 characters Rob Fishman (@rbfishman), social media editor for the Huffington Post, leads his Twitter following to the raw text of Obama’s 2011 State of the Union address–more than an hour before the president … Continue reading

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Tweeting the State of the Union

The Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) is a news website that covers national events and issues. By following the Huffington Post’s tweets on the State of the Union address, readers are directed to a live blog on the news organization’s site created … Continue reading

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State of the Union Address

I reviewed @USABreakingNews’ coverage of the State of the Union Address. USA Breaking News uses this twitter account to disseminate breaking news in the United States and around the globe to their followers and other twitter users. USA Breaking News uses thousands of news … Continue reading

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Tweeting behind the scenes

The State of the Union is covered my numerous news organizations and with them “tweeters,” or people using twitter, that update their followers with short brief bits of information.  As I was watching CNN’s coverage of the State of the … Continue reading

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