Twitter announced content partnerships with blip.tv, Instagram, Rdio, SlideShare, and Dipdive, as announced in a post on the Twitter Blog by Jodi Olson of its corporate-communications team. Highlights:
We’re on a mission to give you more great multimedia content on Twitter, and today we’re adding five new companies to bring you independent TV shows, photos, works of art, slide presentations, and entire songs, all right inside the details pane. Twitter users can access embedded media from more than 20 partners in total, including these new companies:
blip.tv: Watch more than 50,000 independently-produced Web TV shows.
Instagram: View mobile photos, personalized with Instagram’s colorful filters.
Rdio: When a subscriber Tweets out a song, you can listen to full-length songs right inside the details pane, for the first time ever.
SlideShare: Read and share entire presentations, directly on Twitter.
Dipdive: See photos, videos and new works from Dipdive’s community of artists.
In the next few months, we’ll integrate with more content partners. For Twitter users, this means that 140 characters can contain a world of multimedia content, and instantly connect you to video, photo, music, and media services all across the Web.