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Express looking at wrong Twitter accounts in BBC attack

January 17, 2010 8 Comments

Update: They've confused follower and following numbers!

Original: Read this:

The BBC Radio 2 site, which gathers messages, or “tweets”, from presenters such as Chris Evans, Jonathan Ross and Alan Carr, has no followers.

The BBC Radio 5 Live site, run by presenter Victoria Derbyshire, has just two.

Then look at:

Looks like the Express looked at the wrong accounts. Also, please don't refer to Twitter accounts as sites, as it makes it look like you don't know what you're talking about.

Oh, right.

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