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Twitter gets lighter, faster, and easier to use

By exchange4media News Service | Jun 16, 2017

The changes will be rolled out across, Twitter for iOS, Twitter for Android, TweetDeck and Twitter Lite in the next few days

Twitter looking to create paid subscription service

By exchange4media News Service | Mar 27, 2017

According to reports in Western media, Twitter is looking to build a more professional version of its core service centered around TweetDeck, its alternative desktop app/website for power users

Twitter finally lifts 140-character limit from direct messages

By exchange4media News Service | Aug 14, 2015

Twitter will begin rolling out this change today across our Android and iOS apps, on, TweetDeck, and Twitter for Mac. It will continue to roll out worldwide over the next few weeks

Six free social media tools for brand managers in 2014

By Abhinna Shreshtha | Jan 28, 2014

exchange4media takes a look at how tools such as HootSuite, Social Mention, Topsy, HowSociable, Tagboard and Klout can help marketers gauge their performance on social media

World’s largest Tweet-A-Thon presents positive India

By exchange4media News Service | Jan 09, 2012

The Viewspaper’s three-day virtual conference has brought together eminent personalities to discuss the optimistic state of the country

Mixed Media: Will the Google gambit mean more revenues for the news media?

By Pradyuman Maheshwari | Apr 13, 2010

It’s a problem of the business model, not news, said Google CEO Eric Schmidt five years after News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch spoke at the same gathering – the annual convention of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Pradyuman Maheshwari believes that the opportunity is right for Indian publishers to cash in.

Mixed Media: Consuming news without the papers and channels, and happily so

By Pradyuman Maheshwari | Sep 14, 2009

Newspapers and news channels need to reinvent themselves, writes Pradyuman Maheshwari as he managed to survive without consuming them for over a week, yet keeping himself adequately informed in the period.

Mixed Media: Will Twitter kill the newspaper star?

By Pradyuman Maheshwari | Aug 03, 2009

‘Wired’ Editor-in-Chief and writer Chris Anderson’s assertion that newspapers and news journalists will fade away thanks to the likes of the Twitter may not be entirely untrue, writes Pradyuman Maheshwari.