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BBC Worldwide: “TV is likely to become less social” | IP&TV News

BBC Worldwide: “TV is likely to become less social” | IP&TV News | Audiovisual Interaction | Scoop.it
Dan Heaf, chief digital officer at BBC Worldwide, on why he thinks TV watching is going to become less - rather than more - social over the coming years, and the impact that contemporary services like Spotify will have on the personalised TV guides...
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The Future of TV is More Than Social, It’s Distributed and Always-On

The Future of TV is More Than Social, It’s Distributed and Always-On | Audiovisual Interaction | Scoop.it
Much like the future of media itself, the future of television is more than social. Social is a fabric; it connects the individual nodes that make up the human network.
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NAB wrap-up: Social features creep into TV production gear

NAB wrap-up: Social features creep into TV production gear | Audiovisual Interaction | Scoop.it

Over a decade ago, Lost Remote was the first blog to cover the National Association of Broadcasters convention — a huge showcase of television technology in Las Vegas — about how the internet was changing the business. This year, we returned to NAB to see how social TV is impacting production, from tech to workflow. Like the late 90s with the internet, it’s still early, but social TV is beginning to make inroads.

 

“There are so many technology providers here, and the interest in social TV is disproportionate to the innovation,” said Sam Decker, CEO of Mass Relevance. “It’s such a small part of all the real estate and discussions that are happening.” But he said he sees the technical crowd beginning to react to demands from producers who want more social functionality in the production process.

 

One of the biggest trends is focused on making it easy for producers to integrate social content on-air. Until now, displaying a tweet or a poll has been extremely labor-intensive (put poll on website, tease website from on-air, refresh poll results, create graphic of results, write them into script, drop it into the rundown.) But new partnerships are automating the entire process, tying it to social curation and the second screen.


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