Tag: Twitter

Nielsen's Social Content Ratings Launches to Become First Standardized Measurement Across Facebook and Twitter

Nielsen announced the launch of Social Content Ratings, the most comprehensive measure of program-related social media activity across both Facebook and Twitter. This launch marks the first time that social TV insights across Facebook and Twitter will be measured with a standardized, third-party methodology and shared with the industry. Social…

Black Twitter Breaks up With Black Dating App

Smoochr, a dating app marketed for Blacks to meet other single Blacks, has not been a hit among the Black community. The app focuses on stereotypical questions regarding physical appearance and does not make any reference to things such as education level or income. Twitter users have shared their complaints…

Confronting Nation's Racial Turmoil is Business Imperative

PwC’s new U.S. chairman launched company-wide discussion on race, buoyed by his desire to comfort employees and in the process bolster engagement, recruitment. By Eve Tahmincioglu Tim Ryan spoke to his employees via Snapchat Tim Ryan, appointed PwC’s U.S. chairman on July 1, realized his workforce was hurting and decided…

Breitbart Editor Incites Racism, Kicked Off Twitter

Milo Yiannopoulos is a tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart with a penchant for Internet trolling, but he has sent his final tweet. After inciting a barrage of racist tweets aimed at “Saturday Night Live” comedian Leslie Jones, Yiannopoulos was permanently suspended from Twitter on Tuesday. Using the handle…

Four Officers Under Investigation for Racially Charged Social Media Posts

Four police officers from Tennessee are being questioned in regard to racially charged social media posts. Two have been suspended, and twohavebeen decommissioned. Two police officers from Memphis, Tennessee, were suspended after one of them on Thursday posted a photo on Snapchat and another shared the photo on Twitter. The…

Paul Ryan Does Not Blame Trump for Anti-Semitic Tweet

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is once again calling out Trump for his racist behavior but still will not revoke his endorsement for the Republican candidate and refuses to cast blame on Trump. In an interview Tuesday, Ryan said he does not have time to address all of Trump’s racist…

Trump's Cinco de Mayo 'Taco Bowl' a Social Media Fail

By Sheryl Estrada A CBS News poll in April found that 82 percent of registered Latino voters view presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unfavorably, and only 8 percent view him favorably. Leaders in the Latino community viewed Trump’s social media post on Cinco de Mayo (May 5) as demeaning….