Texas Tribune on Twitter

There is a range of ways to follow us on Twitter. Here's a list of our accounts:

  • @TexasTribune – Our primary Tribune account, which posts news and updates throughout the day

  • @TexasTribune_es –  Spanish-language version of our main account

  • @TexasWeekly – Posts from Texas Weekly, our political insider publication

  • @TribTalkTX – Posts from TribTalk, our op-ed site

  • @TXTribuneEvents – News about and invitations to our live events, including events around the state and our annual Texas Tribune Festival

  • @TribWire – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to TribWire, our curated digest of Texas news from a range of publications

  • @2016Wire – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to 2016Wireour curated digest of news about the 2016 presidential election

  • @TedWire – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to TedWire, our curated digest of news about Sen. Ted Cruz's presidential candidacy 

  • @AbbottWire – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to the AbbottWire

  • @WaterWireTX – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to WaterWire, the curated digest of Trib+Water, our water policy newsletter

  • @EduWireTX – Automatically tweets when a new article is added to EduWire, the curated digest of Trib+Edu, our public education policy newsletter

  • @NewsApps – News from the Trib news app team

  • @TxTribTech – Occasional posts from Trib platform team

In addition to our company accounts, most of our reporters tweet under their own names. Find a complete list of our tweeting reporters here, which you can follow with one click. 


Up for a trip in the time machine? Here's @TexasTribune's first tweet, which preceded our launch by a few months: 

 

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