Who’s the boss? In her recently released Funny or Die sex tape, Alyssa Milano is. Instead of joining the ranks of other sex-tape-release-turned-reality-star fame seekers, Milano really released a “sex tease.” She “accidentally” kicks the camera over and we spend more than a minute of screentime learning about the conflict in Syria. Don’t worry, you still get to see her in lingerie.
When your last name is the same word three-year-old boys use to refer to their manhood, your personal antics go public and you’re in political office, it’s a perfect headline storm. New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner continues to make headlines for sexting and emailing other women after last year’s Twitter gaffe.
A new survey released today from Gallup Politics shows television is the main place Americans say they turn to for news about current events (55%). That blew the internet away, which came in at 21 percent. Only nine percent say newspapers or other print publications are their main news source with radio at 6 percent.
Thanks to tip from the folks at Advocacy Media, it looks like President Obama is the clear victor of Twitter lists (versus Mitt Romney).
Obama has 178,641 public lists following his official Twitter handle while Governor Romney has 12,773. In terms of reach, by number of public lists followers President Obama leads Governor Romney 1,680,596 to 8,302 public list followers. Keep in mind that Obama has a slight advantage in that he is already President and has successfully used social media in the past. That said, Romney is still really lacking in the list category. There’s a clear distinction in the number of Twitter followers, as well. Obama’s 21.5 million followers dwarf Romney’s 1.6 million (Obama also follows more than 600K people, while Romney follows a mere 274).
Want to know how major political campaigns for the Senate stack up?
- Democrat senate candidate have a total of 18,417 public lists with a total of 25,146 list followers; and,
- Republicans senate candidates have approximately 13,921 public lists with total of 31,858 list followers.
- Dems lead in number of pubic lists, but Republicans lead in reach - number of followers of the public lists.
- If winning the election were determined by most number or lists and followers of lists, there would be 17 democrat and 16 republican winners in the 33 battleground states
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