The 36 Biggest Brands, Celebrities, TV Shows And Media Names On Twitter

There’s this micro-blogging service called Twitter and even though Google CEO Eric Schmidt says it’s “a poor man’s email,” everyone – especially online PR firms – feels like they need to be on it now.

Digital brand management firm Electric Artists (not the video game-maker) is tracking the most popular brands, media people, TV shows and celebrities on Twitter. Click through to see how things stand in real-time, but here’s their charts as of this morning.

Brands:

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Celebrities:

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Media:

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TV:

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