You cannot just embed your content into Twitter without having a content partnership with them. Without using addons, that is.


On 2/3/11 10:08 PM, Ashley Sarver wrote:
Is there any way we would be able to open that up to everyone on
twitter? Or do I just have to wait until Twitter decides to re-open
back up media partnerships?

On Feb 3, 3:40 pm, Tom van der Woerdt<>  wrote:
That is correct. It will only show for users who have the plugin.


On 2/3/11 9:39 PM, Ashley Sarver wrote:

With the plugin, this is only visible by people who enable the plugin?
We're looking to open it for the entire site, so that whenever anyone
tweets a grooveshark song, the media will show up in the details

On Feb 2, 7:49 am, "Ken D."<>    wrote:
I just re-enabled the Parrotfish plugin and it's pretty amazing. It's
pulling content from my own website and from just about any URL
mentioned in a Tweet. Goes way beyond the advertised performance.

On Feb 2, 1:26 pm, Tom van der Woerdt<>    wrote:

Some Twitter applications (including my own) use to display


On 2/2/11 1:25 PM, Ken D. wrote:


While waiting for native support from Twitter, have you checked out
the Parrotfish plugin ( ?

Grooveshark is one of 160-plus OEmbed-compliant media partners
supported by the plugin. Tweets bearing supported URLs are marked in
the timeline and yes, you'll see Grooveshark content in your Twitter
right pane.

Don't know how many people are using it.


On Feb 1, 9:38 pm, Ashley Sarver<>      wrote:
The purpose of this is to find out a way to use twitter's oembed for links, and embed the media player of a specific
song when the link is posted. How long does requesting permission for
a media partnership take, and has anyone had problems requesting a
partnership? Has anyone atempted to use oembed on twitter, or began
working with oembed?

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