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  • Twitter driven by chatter about TV
  • Twitter driven by chatter about TV
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Twitter driven by chatter about TV

Twitter usage in Australia is fuelled by conversations about TV shows, providing insight into how social media interactions develop. And with Twitter set to launch a TV Ratings service, brands will be able to trace which TV programs are the most likely to spark a conversation.



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