President Obama And Social Media

This article was written by Kristin DelMuto. She is currently a senior at Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts. In May 2012 she will be graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. Kristin is very eager to get started in the world. She has always known she would want to be working in the Entertainment industry. She would love to pursue a career in Entertainment and move to Los Angeles, California or New York City. In the past, Kristin has been an intern at Picture This Television, a small production company based in New York City. Currently, she is an intern for Boston’s Hit Music Radio Station, Kiss 108 FM. While she is very open to what field in Entertainment she would like to focus on, the music industry is a number one goal of hers. She does have a little bit of musical background and skills, but since she has not focused on it all of her life she would like to get into the management or publicity part of the industry. She also has experience in film production and broadcasting from school and her internships. If you’d like to follow her on Twitter, her username is @kristindelmuto, where she often tweets about her favorite musical artists and entertainers. She also tweet frequently about her day-to-day experiences at her internship and life in general. Thanks for reading and enjoy!

During president Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, Mitt Romney was taking in just enough votes to sneak past the Rick Santorum Iowa caucus. And if you didn’t think Mr. President was a part of enough social media, this past month he has joined social photo app Instagram under the username barackobama. Instagram advertised its newest user in a blog post.
The Obama campaign invited its supporters to share their campaign photos using the tag #obama2012.
Obama won his credited part in social media activity in 2008, and thus his effort has continued. Last August, the White House joined Foursquare. About two months later, Obama launched a Tumblr page, ‘Obama 2102.’
These profiles are also linked with the president’s Twitter account, which has 11.7 million followers. They are also linked to his Facebook page, Google+ and Flickr account.
Many think that social media will likely play an important role in the presidential campaign, with his coverage included.

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