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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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    What TV and Film Professionals and Cultural Critics Made Time Magazine's 140 to Follow on Twitter List?

    Time Magazine is back at it with their list of 140 people to follow on Twitter. This year, several people of interest to Indiewire readers made the cut. While reality TV stars like Tyra Banks and Anthony Bourdain made the list, it didn't feel quite right including them on our list below.

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    Man Behind Michael Haneke Spoof Twitter Account Talks the Director's Taste in Movies, "Parms Dorz" and Stinky Cats LOL

    Shortlist.com deputy editor Benjamin Lee is the man behind the spoof @Michael_Haneke Twitter account that kept more than 30K followers amused during the ramp-up to the Oscars, and the film's Best Foreign-Language win. Lee has a feature in the Guardian discussing his experience while running the Twit...

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    Joss Whedon Makes 'Much Ado' About Tweeting

    Fans rejoiced as Joss Whedon sent out his first tweet on March 7: "Hey it's Joss. I'm tweeting. I'm a member of the twitterati. I hath tweeth'd. It's on. -Joss— @MuchAdoFilm"

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    Twitter is Changing the Way We Talk About TV, But Is It Also Changing the Way TV Is Made?

    The first Saturday at the Austin-based conference started with two panels about how the people who make and promote television monitor and interact with their viewers via Twitter and other social media outlets.

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    Do Film Critics Tweet Too Much?

    Dana Stevens and Will Leitch discuss whether critics are plagiarizing themselves or giving the milk away for free by instantly tweeting their reactions to movies.

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    'Downton Abbey' Christmas Special Spoilers Cause Twittersphere Uproar, Ruining Season 3 for American Audience

    "Downton Abbey" fans, you might want to block your ears and eyes. The UK regularly enjoys their native period drama before us Yankees, so spoilers are to be expected for those following "Abbey" chatter.

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