'Despite its popularity, live-tweeting
has potential pitfalls on audience experience,' said researcher, Saraswathi Bellur, Assistant Professor at Connecticut University.
"Despite its popularity, live-tweeting
has potential pitfalls on audience experience," said Saraswathi Bellur, assistant professor in communication, and one of the lead researchers who collaborated on the study published in the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media.
Scotland has and will always be a target (otherwise).' ' John J Bennett:'There were people live-tweeting
the convoy's position on twitter, Mark Ruskell MSP among them.
Summary: The erstwhile Tonys host had been live-tweeting
the show on Sunday, and Bloom, a backstage host, became an unexpected casualty
2, It helped spawn a movement of live-tweeting
Since September, Bana Alabed has been live-tweeting
her experience, living through air strikes in the war-weary city, which started with a simple tweet that read, 'I need peace.'
I've read all her books and short stories, watched her short-lived TV series "State of Georgia" and laughed at her live-tweeting
during "The Bachelor."
Another common and highly successful use of Twitter is live-tweeting
, the posting of real-time reactions to events as they unfold.
Given the holiday, there were only six of us; there was no predictive ballots and subsequent gambling, no live-tweeting
or texting other friends and other interested persons, no costume party.
We also raised our digital voices: live-Tweeting
, creating shareable graphics for our members to post on social media, and distributing information about the cases.
But the consequences of such an unconventional upbringing are neither small nor subtle: Esme is navigating a failing marriage while trying to keep her precocious fifteen-year-old daughter from live-tweeting
an event, I'll comb back and trash anything that didn't meaningfully connect.
Never before in the history of humanity have we been able to Skype with friends 3,000 miles away, while reading the news, watching Game of Thrones and live-tweeting
African-Americans use Twitter more than any other racial group; live-tweeting
events such as Scandal or the Dunn trial was not just a novel way to engage with entertainment and news media but also created an opportunity for people to communicate their particular cultural experiences and contemplate the social implications of these events together, the project points out.