TL;DR: Tweets out a small clip of a show (e.g. Prime Ministers Questions) during live factchecking. The media/clip is of the person who makes a claim that is then being checked in the text of the tweet.
...you can now see the clip of the moment they said the claim, ready to be tweeted out. After you press the tweet button it automatically tweets out the clip.
Full Fact live factchecks Prime Ministers Questions and BBC Question Time on Twitter. Members of the team tweet out factchecks of the statements politicians and guests make.
If we can add small clips of the politicians or guests actually making the statements we believe the experience for the public would be much nicer!
The sentences are matched to Full Fact's previous factchecks
and when you click the Twitter button it takes you to a draft tweet with just the link of the factcheck in:
In the real world the final output looks like this
Everything is a little broken, and the sentences are a bit weird, but you can now see a preview of a video inline.
And when you click tweet...
Node module to tweet to clip + text status
Example server micro-service
Look into tweeting as draft
Post end point
Draft end point
Creating a draft tweet with the ability to add text
Custom controls for the HTML5 video player, to hone in on the right timestamps
Sort out the video pipeline
Add subtitles/closed captions directly onto the video
Configure it to the Full Fact account
Mevan Babakar, Full Fact
Simon Coltman, Full Fact
James Dooley, BBC News Labs
Dave Bevan, BBC News Labs
Pietro Passarelli, BBC News Labs