This is an interesting piece of news. Thomson Reuters will roll out a major social media coverage package for this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos. This is what I like about technology. It can democratize information in a top down manner. Staying on the same, Reuters will use social media to enhance its coverage of the event, with reporters to incorporate Twitter and video sharing site YouTube.buy valium without prescription
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Some of the key points to note are:
- A twitter feed will be constantly updated by reporters at the forum and Reuters will also upload video clips filmed on site at the event and exclusive interviews with delegates.
- Reuters also plans to incorporate the best reactions and comments into its website and coverage.
- The full coverage kicks off on Wednesday with a 90-minute morning breakfast show streaming live from the Reuters website. The show will discuss key themes from the forum with up to ten leading delegates talking on the show.
Mark Jones, Global community editor of Thomson Reuters, Said
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“We want to turn the coverage around, by asking delegates what they think the biggest issues facing the Global economy are, then use social media to let the public offer their opinion.”
On the same, I was wondering how far or how near are we to use such social sharing tools to democratize information. Though we have seen some event being live tweeted/shared/videocasted like IAMAI conferences, Proto.in, HeadStart etc but usage of such tools on a large scale will always be more beneficial and effective than just closed door coffee meetings.tramadol online for sale
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