US Theaters Start Reserving ‘Tweet Seats’ For Twitter Users

US Theaters Start Reserving ‘Tweet Seats’ For Twitter Users
technology

A growing number of places are setting aside seating for patrons to live-tweet during performances.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 december 2011

More and more theater venues across America are offering ‘tweet seats’ for people to live-tweet during performances. The new sections, usually located in the back row to avoid disrupting other patrons, are available at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Carolina Ballet in Raleigh, and Ohio’s Dayton Opera, amongst others.

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