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Twingly pivots their aggregation service to group communication and microblogging

Twingly pivots their aggregation service to group communication and microblogging

Press Releases   •   Feb 01, 2011 06:00 GMT

The blog search and enterprise social media service company Twingly launched a social aggregation tool called Twingly Channels in 2009. Today they release an update of the tool that changes the focus from social aggregation towards group communication and microblogging.

The world's largest IT trade fair CeBit uses the real-time service Twingly Live

The world's largest IT trade fair CeBit uses the real-time service Twingly Live

Press Releases   •   Mar 02, 2010 10:51 GMT

Today the world's largest IT trade fair CeBit starts in Hannover, Germany. CeBit includes the major web conference WebCiety2010 and during this event one can follow the discussion on Twitter about what is happening on stage with the real-time service Twingly Live. This will be displayed on the conference and at webciety.de. WebCiety2010 is the first event ever in Germany to use Twingly Live.

Leading Swedish Media are using Twingly Live for the Olympics

Leading Swedish Media are using Twingly Live for the Olympics

Press Releases   •   Feb 12, 2010 11:12 GMT

Today, when the Olympics starts in Vancouver, several Swedish media companies are connecting their news coverage of the event with live updates from real-time web such as Twitter. With the real-time service Twingly Live Swedish public television company SVT and leading national newspapers Aftonbladet and Dagens Nyheter will capture the social media discussions regarding the Olympics.

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Twingly introduces sponsored real-time services for media sites

Press Releases   •   Dec 07, 2009 12:00 GMT

The search company Twingly introduces a new solution for media sites to connect their editorial content to the real-time web and generate new revenues from sponsorship. First up is the website of Sweden's biggest daily Dagens Nyheter, DN.se, with a real-time feed with tweets about the climate conference in Copenhagen. The page is sponsored by the energy company Vattenfall.

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