In what is being called a “Global Townterview,” Hillary Rodham Clinton will be taking questions on Twitter from the Newseum in Washington, DC.
And it happens tomorrow.
The State Department announced the Townterview on Monday. This will be the Secretary’s 59th town hall.
— StateDept (@StateDept) January 28, 2013
A “Townterview” “is a mix of a town hall and a television interview. The concept was first introduced by the Secretary when she entered office as a way to broaden People to People engagement.”
With help from media outlets around the world including, Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America, Clinton is taking this final opportunity “to engage with young people around the world in advance of her last day as Secretary of State on Friday, February 1st.”
Secretary Clinton will also take questions via social media and other online platforms, using Twitter, Facebook, and Skype to interact with a global audience. The event will be streamed live online in partnership with YouTube. . . . [And it] will be available via livestream on state.gov and YouTube.
Have questions? Email HickeyLA@state.gov.
And if you can’t catch this event, be sure to follow Twitter Government for more updates about future chats (another other info) you won’t want to miss!
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