Feb 8, 2013
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Turkish bombing footage shows why Vine may not work for journalism (yet)
In early February, a suicide bomber attacked the American Embassy in Turkey. The moments and hours afterwards were captured on video by Turkish TV reporters and CNN — and by a contributor for news site Al Monitor, who captured some of the first Vine-based breaking news.

Turkish bombing footage shows why Vine may not work for journalism (yet)

In early February, a suicide bomber attacked the American Embassy in Turkey. The moments and hours afterwards were captured on video by Turkish TV reporters and CNN — and by a contributor for news site Al Monitor, who captured some of the first Vine-based breaking news.

  1. nikhildua reblogged this from thisistheverge and added:
    Awesome that Vine was used. I love that new forms of social media are being used for various purposes. Now if we can get...
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    Hahahahahah
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    Hm. If you could parse and sync multiple vines to the exact times they were recorded (even down to the clips within...
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