Twitter Curator Is Now Available For All Publishers

by • April 1, 2015 • Breaking News, TwitterComments Off on Twitter Curator Is Now Available For All Publishers4919

Curator is a new Twitter product that lets you identify, filter and display tweets and Vines on any screen in real-time. And today, Twitter finally made it available for all publishers.

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Curator is a free service. It is designed to remove the clutter from Twitter so that publishers can get the news that matter to them and display it on any screen – TV, computer or mobile – in real-time. Curator is a tool that highlights the best content on Twitter and makes integrating tweets and other content into TV newscasts, programs, websites or mobile apps quicker and easier.

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Curator was unveiled by Twitter back in February during the News:Rewired Conference in London but had been in beta and only tested by a few selected organisations, like the NYC Mayor’s office for example.

On the following screenshot, notice the live feed on the right. It is a “collection” made thanks to Curator.


Curator comes with advanced filtering options to uncover the best content for your organisation and real-time insights into trending topics and conversations on Twitter. A “collection” created with Curator will include all twitter media such as images, videos and Vines. And of course, Curator comes with a full API for easy and quick publishing to web and mobile.

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The dashboard is really well built. On the left side, you can view real-time insights, including demographics and trending topics. The centre column shows all the tweets and media that are being pulled into your collection, while the right column shows the curated content (once you’ve moderated the content) your viewers can see on your website.


Starting today, any media organisation or publishers will now be able to get access to the tool. It is now completely open yet, you will need to request access by visiting curator.twitter.com and fill up the Google form.

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