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The second presidential debate Sunday night and the vice presidential debate last Tuesday night dominated the rest of the television series and specials for the week of Oct. 3, according to the Nielsen Social Content Ratings. The second meeting between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton resulted in 61.
Mike Pence was the subject of 60 percent of conversation on Twitter during Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate, while just 40 percent was about Tim Kaine. Twitter reported that the Republicans’ edge prevailed in discussion about the presidential candidates Tuesday night, with 63 percent about Donald Trump and 37 percent about Hillary Clinton.
… Instagram Stories will make its live-coverage debut as part of a partnership between Instagram and CBSN. CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming service will feature curated Instagram Stories as part of its livestreaming coverage of the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates, marking the first time the Facebook-owned photo- and video…
… Twitter teamed up with the Commission on Presidential Debates to create a hashtag-triggered emoji for the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates. Tweets that contain the hashtags #debates or #debates2016 will feature the new emoji. Twitter and the CPD also said Twitter will provide an analysis of recent trends in election…
…. 26, first presidential debate Tuesday, Oct. 4, vice presidential debate Sunday, Oct. 9, second presidential debate Wednesday, Oct. 19, third presidential debate The livestreams will also include special Bloomberg Politics programming 30 minutes before and after each debate, to be led by managing editors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann and joined…