Much has been made of the microblog Twitter and its influence on the ongoing protests in Iran. In fact, over the weekend the U.S. State Department asked Twitter to postpone scheduled site maintenance to avoid disturbing the tweets from Iranian protesters. But how much of a role has Twitter actually played in organizing protests and connecting supporters? Nicholas Thompson is the senior editor at Wired and he joins us with his thoughts on whether the revolution will be tweeted. Hockenberry and Udoji, both multiple award-winning journalists, convene critical conversations, take live reports from the field, provide a platform for commentary and analysis, and invite listeners to join the discussion. "The Takeaway" ? morning news for engaged listeners.

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