Microsoft’s Bing Pulse Will Now Be Included As Part Of CNN’s Broadcast Coverage Of The 2014 US Elections

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Apart from the new Bing Elections experience, Microsoft today announced that Bing Pulse will now be included as part of CNN’s broadcast coverage of the 2014 US elections through to the 2016 Presidential elections. It will allow viewers to give real-time feedback on political events happening ahead of Election Day.

Viewers can join the conversation by “voting” every five seconds on their reactions to what is happening onscreen. Bing Pulse results already have been presented on the Magic Wall following President Obama’s ISIS speech and on the Erin Burnett Shows.

This announcement is part of a partnership with Microsoft, which includes a significantly upgraded version of the Magic Wall used by CNN Chief National Correspondent John King on-air. In addition, together with Internet Explorer, CNN will be debuting a new broadcast companion website called “My Magic Wall,” available today at CNNmagicwall.com.  You can read more about the experience here.

Read more at Bing blog.

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