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10 deletes “mean tweet” request

10 asked social media for controversial tweets, but the feedback was so bad it hit delete.

A recent campaign with personalities reading “mean tweets” may have backfired for Network 10 -not because of wha went to air, but because of what will not.

The idea of the campaign was presumably to make light of the worst in social media, which has previously been used around the world as a way of addressing the hate and hopefully reducing it….

But 10 has now deleted a recent tweet in which it asked social media users to send their worst.

“Please quote this tweet with your most controversial Channel 10 opinion, we love controversial Channel 10 opinions” it tweeted yesterday.

Plenty did just that…. about shows, programming, personalities, corporate and public relations. Some of it is too hot to republish here, but this here’s a taste of the feedback….

https://twitter.com/reecebca/status/1198926715248107520

 

https://twitter.com/SpikeEcks/status/1198842889725304833

 

8 Responses

  1. I think the ads just encourage all the nasties to write these terrible posts. They crave the attention it gives them. I deleted my Facebook account as it was doing my head in. Human race really sucks a lot of the time (not all of it) .

  2. “A recent campaign with personalities reading “mean tweets” may have backfired for Network 10 -not because of what went to air, but because of what will not.”

    Well I am shocked that this “well thought out idea” backfired.

    It is like Channel 10 had never ever seen Twitter in action

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