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News n00bs: The quest for new audiences has taken The Washington Post to the streaming platform Twitch “It’s like a version of C-SPAN for a younger audience.” By Marlee Baldridge July 17, 2018, 9:39 a.m. Twitch : It’s not just for Fortnite battle royales anymore. The Washington Post tried out broadcasting on the streaming platform best known for gaming yesterday with content related to politics — which is its own battle royale, really. The Post’s plans for the platform include “postgame” coverage of major news events hosted by political reporter Libby Casey and a series called Playing Games with Politicians, in which political reporter Dave Weigel will interview politicians while playing video games. On Monday, the Post streamed coverage of Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin. Twitch — which is owned by Amazon, whose CEO Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post — can be thought of as a cross between YouTube and a Reddit AMA. Accounts host live video feeds of content (usually video games) and viewers speak to each other in a chat feature. (If anyone’s actually watching .) It has 15 million daily active users and over 2.2 million broadcasters; 81.5 percent of users are male, and 55 percent are between the ages of 18 and 34 — in other words, a hard-to-reach demographic for political news. Video game journalists frequently use Twitch to review games or cover conferences like E3, but political coverage is less common. The Post has experimented with Twitch before.
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There was all these negotiations going on with the sole intent of trying to get the ambulances into the church to let the wounded be taken out. CHANG: Just to take a step back, I mean, these protests have been going on since April. Can you just remind us – how did this all begin? PARTLOW: So this is frustration and anger in this country that’s been building for many years. President Ortega is in his fourth term as president. Over that time, he has undermined democratic institutions in a lot of ways. The spark that set off the protests in April was a change to the social security system that made people pay more and receive less in retirement. And there were videos of elderly people protesting this and then getting beaten by police. And those were seen around the country. And people got extremely upset. And there were large marches in the streets.
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