ACM Feeds Fans Via Twitter

The Academy of Country Music is on high-tech roll. First it was online fan voting, and now the ACM has announced that updates on the 44th Annual ACM Awards will be sent to fans via Twitter, the microblogging application that allows users to send short messages called “tweets” to people’s cell phones and Twitter homepages. Fans can access news, performance details and updates by following the Twitter feed ACMAwards at Twitter.com. The service is free and allows for instant access to news, gossip, event details and show information.  Go to http://twitter.com/ACMAwards for updates and show information. The 44th Annual ACM Awards will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Sunday, April 5 at 7:00 CT on CBS. As of this writing the ACM had about 50 followers, a number that is sure to grow.

MusicRow began using twitter in September 2008 and now has about 1,930 followers giving it a rank of 7,391 in the Twitter universe according twittercounter.com which ranks all Twitter users.

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