July 7th, 2013
08:51 PM ET

Social media explodes in aftermath of plane crash

Errol Louis, Josh Rogin, Jackie Kucinich, Al Tompkins and John Avlon on how citizen and professional journalists relied on social media in the immediate aftermath of the Asiana Airlines crash of Flight 214.

Filed under: Asiana Airlines • Flight 214 • Plane Crash • Social Media
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    Social media in the immediate aftermath of the Asiana Airlines crash of Flight 214. Do you realize that family and friends of the victims of this accident found out most likely from social media. At least it's the correct information.

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