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1.8 million follow it, but @
disappears. "Just four tweets in 36 hours? CNN should have had a producer on point..."
June 14, 2009
12 other people
What is the point of having a breaking news feed that 1.8 million people follow, and mentioning endlessly on the air that CNN and its people are "on Twitter," if you do not supply that feed with breaking news when there is breaking news? I don't get it. -
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Breaking News - CNN is irrelevant. . . -
Good Point Jay. 4 tweets in 36hours? No wonder I didn't notice. You'd think that @cnnbrk would have been as active as their live broadcast is (usually) during breaking news - ie. the same news over and over until something changes. -
guruvan (Rob Nelson)
And those four tweets are still the only mentions about the election on @cnnbrk. -
Ryan - @magicofpi
You guys know that Jonathan Klein, head of CNN/US, is the orignator of the image of bloggers as some guy in his pajamas, right? To quote it more exactly... " a guy sitting in his living room in his pajamas."
I'm watching CNN right now and they just ran an ad pimping @cnnbrk. Oh the lulz. -
And if I'm Jon Klein, I'm pissed just about @cnnbrk... as in... "You mean to tell me I have 1.8 million people specifically signed up to receive breaking news updates from my news division and my anchors are on the air all day long talking, "Twitter us!" and we can't manage half a dozen updates in two whole days on Twitter when there is breaking news every hour on this story?" -
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