WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Qorvis Communications, LLC is launching the beta of a new real-time sentiment app, VoteStream.
VoteStream allows users to provide real-time sentiment during an event while seeing how others are feeling at the same time. There is no app to download; all you need is your iPhone, iPad, Android, or Blackberry.
With fourteen days left until Election Day, tonight's final presidential debate is America's last chance to hear President Obama and Governor Romney discuss their visions for the next four years of American leadership.
VoteStream will be used for the first time during tonight's debate. Users can provide their real-time sentiment and watch the real-time VoteStream as others share their opinions. Just like in the voting booth, your sentiment is completely anonymous.
VoteStream is about more than just politics. To learn about customizing VoteStream for your own private event, contact Qorvis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Qorvis Communications, LLC
Qorvis Communications is one of the nation's largest independent, integrated communications firms. Formed in August 2000, Qorvis provides its clients with expertise in the areas of public and media relations, advertising, public affairs, investor relations and financial services communications, grassroots campaigns, Internet-based campaigns, digital media strategies, online reputation management, and research and opinion surveys. For more information, visit www.qorvis.com, contact email@example.com or follow us on Twitter: @qorvis.
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