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    From Tweet to TV: Comcast, NBC and Twitter Partner Up to Help You 'See It'

    Live television and live tweeting go hand in hand these days, and now Comcast, NBC Universal and Twitter have joined together in a strategic partnership to make it easier for Twitter users to check out the shows that keep popping up in their feed.

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Must Read: Twitter IPO, Aereo Update and More

    Here's our round-up of today's top tech stories for filmmakers.

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    'Fifty Shades' Producer Responds to 'Fifty Shades' of Outrage Over Casting News

    After a year's wait, the casting for the film adaptation of best selling book, "Fifty Shades of Grey" was announced yesterday with Dakota Johnson and Charlie Hunnam cast as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, and disgruntled fans took to Twitter to protest.

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    5 Tech Stories That Filmmakers (And Film Fans) Need to Know About Today: Twitter Gets Trendrr, Skype in 3D And More

    Twitter purchases Trendrr, NYFF announces transmedia programming, and more tech news for filmmakers (and film fans).

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    5 Tech Stories You Need to Read: Cheap HDTVs, Twitter's Copyright Crackdown, Google's Internet Takeover and More

    Movie studio Asylum is famous for "Sharknado," but they're also experts at titling their films. Many of their titles to their "mockbusters," parodies of contemporary blockbusters start with the first letters of the alphabet.

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    The Twitter Success of Syfy's 'Sharknado' Isn't Translating to Huge Ratings

    The so-bad-it's-great "mockbuster" "Sharknado," which as promised by its delightful title is about a tornado filled with sharks that ravages Los Angeles (something we weren't warned about in "An Inconvenient Truth"), became a huge hit on Twitter as it premiered on Syfy last night.

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    Steve Coogan Fans Use Social Media to Change Premiere Venue

    Steve Coogan fans have spoken. Using Facebook and Twitter, hardcore fans lobbied to move the world premiere of Coogan's new film, "Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa," from London's Leicester Square to Norwich, England, the brash fictional broadcaster's home town.

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    Film Critics To Follow on Twitter During Cannes 2013

    Ten critics just weren't enough this year, so we're giving you a big list.

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    A 17-Year-Old Girl Creates Twivo, a Program to Save the World From Twitter TV Spoilers

    Twitter has become for television what talking in the lobby after the credits is for film, a place where people gather to discuss what they just watched, or for TV more often what they're in the process of watching. Social media during airings of new shows, especially internet favorites like "Game o...

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    From the Wire: Critics and Twitter, Where An Instant Lasts Forever

    Twitter captures spontaneous 140 character commentary. But as an article on The Awl reminds us, those comments last forever.

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