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Brazil: Journalism and Twitter

Raquel Recuero [pt] is surprised to discover that Twitter, a tool that she had not paid much attention to, has been widely used by both, journalists and candidates’ public relation teams, to cover the American elections. “It seems to me that, in a way, Twitter is taking up the job of “Breaking News” for bloggers, journalists, and users of the Internet in general. All these usage, more than drawing my attention, have been showing me that there is a whole range of new ways to use Twitter”.

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