We’re community service media powered by locals.
The Breaking News Network curates and aggregates the best media and blog news feeds in 400 cities, ticker taping in real time 24×7 to an aggregate 700,000 local followers on social media. Not only do we aim for comprehensive and interesting local news and events coverage (avoiding car crashes and petty crime) , we focus on making it simple for the community to get their word out by amplifying their social media.
The community voices that our city feeds amplify include mayors and city councils, local museums and performing arts organizations, nonprofit news networks, local newscasters, indie filmmakers, and good causes. In fact, anybody who needs a community voice. We’re positioned to be a Twitter-based communal resource, akin to a bulletin board of social media sourced news, for the public good.
We enable the #crowd to contribute simply by adding a #hashtag to the tweet.
For example, when San Francisco’s @MayorEdLee tweets using the hashtag #SF, @BreakingSFNews retweets the tweet to our San Francisco readers.
— Edwin Lee (@mayoredlee) October 22, 2014
— Breaking SF News (@breakingsfnews) October 22, 2014
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Ben Raskin wrote:Seriously, Dude. I dig what you guys do. I like tweeting about Salt Lake City. I try to keep it clean and fun but you guys are rad in throwing a retweet when I see something cool about the city. Best wishes on extending your services and I hope you keep up the good work.Your pal, Benny