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Results from Media for: January 2014

Vine equals spin room for State of the Union

Congressional reps respond to the speech via six-second Vine videos.

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@Cinemax tweets special footage during #Banshee premiere

@Cinemax sends a Tweet with a key scene’s origins during episode.

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#SOTU 2014: 2 million Tweets, 255 million impressions, according to NTTR

Last night, the State of the Union speech generated 2 million Tweets in the U.S. according to the Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings (NTTR) from Nielsen SocialGuide (@Social_Guide).

The 2 million Tweets were seen by 8.8 million people, according to Nielsen SocialGuide, and had 255 million impressions. Those Tweets were sent by 567,841 authors.

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Team USA off to Olympic Winter Games on Twitter

Olympians chatted with fans and got their good luck wishes during a digital sendoff event.

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A faster, easier way for newsrooms to find breaking news on Twitter

Today, Twitter and CNN have announced a partnership with Dataminr to develop an alert system for journalists called Dataminr for News.

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Two NBC dramas join Chicago PD to live-tweet its premiere

Law and Order: SVU and Chicago Fire live-tweet the premiere of Chicago PD for an NBC tweeting trifecta.

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Artists rock out in front of Twitter mirror, Vine booth at GRAMMYs

Star pose for Twitter mirror photos, Vine booth videos at 56th annual GRAMMY Awards.

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#Grammys 2014: 862 million impressions, according to NTTR

Last night, the #GRAMMYs generated 13.8 million Tweets in the US according to the Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings (NTTR) from Nielsen SocialGuide (@Social_Guide).

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New A&E show promotes premiere on Twitter

Crazy Hearts: Nashville live-tweeted fun facts and behind-the-scenes photos during two-night premiere.

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@NFL launches real-time #MockDraft on Twitter

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks made picks in real time for the NFL’s first mock draft on Twitter.

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