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CW Network Puts Live Tweets in Entertainment Weekly Print Mags

Woman reads magazine on a beach
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Imagine opening up your copy of Entertainment Weekly and seeing the last six live tweets from the @CW_Network Twitter account right there on the page. That is what 1000 lucky readers saw – and you can see how they work in a Mashable post by clicking on the video to see Live CW Tweets.

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The buzz was overwhelmingly positive in spite of the limits of the gadget they put in the magazines. You can see a photo of it in this online business blog. That could indicate they were selective about who they distributed these 1,000 copies of Entertainment Weekly to in New York and Los Angeles. As you can see in the graph below, sentiment was 35.81% positive.

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