We are in electoral times, but we are not talking about the elections that will be held next Sunday in the State of Mexico, but in the United Kingdom, where a week later (on June 8) there will be a vote to elect a new parliament , something key for the government of Prime Minister Theresa May . Now, the BBC is seeking to attract younger audiences to issues of this Norway Mobile Number List nature, for which it established an alliance with Twitter to carry out five special live streaming on the general elections. According to British media, the intention is precisely to make these issues more attractive to the voters of younger generations, appealing to platforms that are very close to them and that also seek to encourage their intention by promising opportunities for their questions to be answered by politicians.
The first live streaming on Twitter will be the debate to be held on May 31 , that is, next Wednesday. In addition, there will be a special broadcast following the results of the election day. It is a fact that social networks are already a necessary platform for political marketing and, in this case, also for the media to connect with audiences, yes, the young women who Brother Cell Phone List have an election have the power of definition. Only in Brexit, that controversial referendum that was pointed out by millennial activists as the theft of their future, was defined by a large abstention from the vote of this generation. In the United States, this is a reality, in the presidential elections last November and the debates during the campaign, live streaming was carried out through Twitter and Facebook by some media, something that encouraged user interaction.