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Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is denying that the microblogging site has a deal to create a reality show around tweeting. Citing a Variety re…

imageTwitter co-founder Biz Stone is denying that the microblogging site has a deal to create a reality show around tweeting. Citing a Variety report that said Twitter was partnering with Reveille and Brillstein Entertainment to create an unscripted TV series around the service, Stone said that while “there is no official Twitter TV show… in dealing with networks and production companies we sometimes have simple agreements. Regarding the Reveille and Brillstein project reported today, we have a lightweight, non-exclusive, agreement with the producers, which helps them move forward more freely.”

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  1. the Kutcher backlash has led the founders to backtrack about the tv show which would encourage ordinary people to follow and tweet about celebrities. However, the founders are still considering other products and services: http://www.newsy.com/videos/twee_vee_twitter_gets_down_to_business

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