It might be the defining feature of politics in the social media age. So how can you pop your own “filter bubble”?
Researchers found one in 20 tweets sent to MPs were abusive, with two-thirds from male Twitter users
New research: 90% of those who saw TV-related Tweets take action to engage with the show.
Audiences that, rather than sitting passively in front of a TV, positively interact with what they are seeing and hearing.
The proposition is that, rather than TV doing things to audiences, audiences do things with TV.
For example, households use TV to avoid each other, or to provide family warmth.
More importantly, however, audiences turn to social media to interact with one another and influence TV institutions.