Faux "News" and Bing are conducting what they're modestly calling the "Largest Interactive State of the Union Experience in History":
Bing.com/Politics will keep people in the know from a vast number of newsThe catch? You may have to watch the Faux "News" feed of the SOTU address, though I may try to access the site while watching on C-SPAN or MSNBC because for some twisted reason, I've always wanted to participate in a dial test.
sources and social feeds, including a live stream of the State of the Union
address, expert commentary, real-time social media sentiment tracking and
more, such as the following:
o A live feed of President Obama's State of the Union address at
Bing.com/politics, including commentary from FOX News Channel political
experts. FoxNews.com will also feature additional analysis and commentary
including multiple live video streams along with photo galleries from the
event. Viewers can log on at: http://www.foxnews.com/....
o The Bing Pulse online poll, which will feature updated results every few
seconds throughout the speech. Unlike typical polls, Bing Pulse will allow
people to self-identify as male or female, register their party
affiliation, and join the conversation. It will feature a live count of
the number of "pulses," or votes, along with a line graph of how users
react to language and issues throughout the speech. Data will be split by
gender and political affiliation.
o Real-time news results using the Bing news selector that helps people
navigate the news by filtering coverage from left-leaning and
o Live sentiment analysis via Bing Beat, which will focus on real-time
social sentiment across major issues, such as immigration, gun control and
the fiscal cliff.
o Original videos of former President Jimmy Carter and former House Speaker
Newt Gingrich offering commentary on the State of the Union address.
o A live feed of social conversations on Twitter so people can stay informed
on what leading political pundits are saying about the speech.