It’s another high-water mark moment of the Christmas season – North Pole Radio News Christmas Eve Tracking of Santa Around the world is now LIVE on the air.
Tune in to Kringle Radio and the associated radio stations of the Kringle Radio Network to follow Santa.
Our exclusive coverage begins when it is Christmas Eve somewhere in the world and at this moment it is officially Christmas Eve day in Samoa.
Not only will you hear from Elf Crash Murphy, Santa’s eye-in-the-sky reporter that chases Santa around the world but the North Pole Radio News Team has anchors spread all over the world this year:
Elf Red Stocking is stationed in Europe, Elf Barbara Wa-wa is reporting from Sydney, Elf Rusty Belz holds down the North Pole news desk from Lima, Peru, Elf Holly Berry covers North America from the chair in Toronto and, new this year, is Elf Roz reporting for Asia in Taipei, Taiwan.
And, of course, anchoring at the North Pole is Elf Frank Myrrh.
This news team of elves will work over the next 50 hours to bring you news updates every 15 minutes interviewing eye witnesses and elves who are working in the effort.
You won’t want to miss a minute of it!
Twitter was in the center of a story this weekend after some media reports claimed that the microblogging network, that prides itself on its real-time nature, is gearing up for a fundamental shift in the way its timeline is structured, eschewing the ‘most-recent’ top structure for a more Facebook-esque design which shows tweets depending on their relevance to the user.
According to the report, the timeline would now consist of two parts—at the top would be the “While You Were Away” section, where the new algorithm would pick and choose tweets based on their relevance, while the lower section would continue to be chronologically arranged.
This in itself is not new and Twitter has been testing this with a limited number of users since late last year. But late on Friday, after reports emerged that the change would now be applied more extensively, and starting as soon as next week, Twitter users outraged. the hashtag #RIPTwitter was trending through the weekend with many users questioning the need for Twitter to ape Facebook. – See more at: http://www.exchange4media.com/digital/jack-dorsey-responds-to-riptwitter–says-no-change-in-timeline_63285.html#sthash.5eaoPpfT.dpuf