Skip to comments.Bing partners with Fox News on interactive experience around State of the Union address
Posted on 02/11/2013 3:07:47 PM PST by Incorrigible
Bing is partnering with Fox News to bring what it calls a new interactive experience that will gather social media sentiment, and get live viewer feedback, on the president's State of the Union address Tuesday.
The experience, which will be at bing.com/politics, will stream the address, and show news and live data, as well as track live social media sentiment and allow users to enter in how they're feeling about the president's address...
"We'll be able to sense the mood of the nation" moment by moment...
...This latest effort builds on what Bing did with the elections last fall, when the site gathered election news and data, including a slider tool that let users adjust how much "redness" or "blueness" they want to read in their news coverage.
(Excerpt) Read more at seattletimes.com ...
More like torture.
Fun IF the ‘ intereactve’ part means we can pull a level and he disappears down into a cesspool
I currently feel safe in rejecting all of Zer0's proposals, list of "accomplishments", appeals to "common sense", fact citation, and the trashing of opponents to be spewed tomorrow night.
Actually Chuck Barris, A gong, Rex Reed, Jamie Farr and Fannie Flagg would be a more appropriate response.
Is there a way to IM barf?
What difference does it make? I am not watching.
Back during the Clinton years, Rush Limbaugh used to suggest attaching a sign under the TV that said “He’s Lying” or something like that!
Where in all of their screen clutter would they put something like that?
These charts suck.
Meanwhile Bing (Microsoft) partners with Fox.
Whether you watch or not you know what the loser is going to say...comment on it anyway.
You want to affect “the mood of the country”? get typing... plan on being most creative....
Sorry! It’s Fat Tuesday in Louisiana, Guess where our attention will be?
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