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Media coverage reaches new level on Election Night 2012

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The media frenzy during Election Night could be seen and heard throughout the country thanks to social media sites and around-the-clock election coverage on TV.  The result: praise for television networks and 20 million tweets about Election Day 2012, making it the most-tweeted event in U.S. political history.

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Shane is a reporter for WUFT News who may be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news @wuft.org

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