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Why Second-Screen Media Experiences Need to Be Social - ClickZ

Why Second-Screen Media Experiences Need to Be Social - ClickZ | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Why Second-Screen Media Experiences Need to Be Social
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More than 84 percent of American tablet and smartphone owners use their devices while watching TV.
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‘Cosmos’ Sequel Creating Space Buzz on Social

‘Cosmos’ Sequel Creating Space Buzz on Social | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Over three decades after the original “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage” brought viewers on a space adventure, there is an outer space sequel causing buzz on social.
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Contents delivering value are strong drivers for social interactions.

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Comparison of TV, Online Video and Smartphone Video Viewer Profiles

Comparison of TV, Online Video and Smartphone Video Viewer Profiles | screen seriality | Scoop.it
How do TV, online and mobile video viewers compare in terms of age, household income and race? Nielsen offers some insights in its latest cross-platform report [download
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Why Amazon revived BBC's Ripper Street

Why Amazon revived BBC's Ripper Street | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Executive producer Simon Vaughan talks about the landmark deal to resurrect Ripper Street through Amazon Studios
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Dish Kindles TV Everywhere Flame | Light Reading

Dish Kindles TV Everywhere Flame | Light Reading | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Dish Network introduces TV Everywhere app for Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX tablets, further expanding the range of multiscreen devices for its pending OTT service.
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Is Roku Streaming Stick challenging Chromecast?

Is Roku Streaming Stick challenging Chromecast? | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Roku has revamped its Streaming Stick, making it compatible with any TV that has an HDMI input, and is including a traditional remote that works via Wi-Fi Direct.
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Do we really need smart tv when with a low price we can get some enabler to watch everything and to interact with the world?

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ConnecTV launches biggest social TV network nationwide

ConnecTV launches biggest social TV network nationwide | screen seriality | Scoop.it
ConnecTV launches biggest social TV network nationwide
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#LupitasLipBalm: Why Clarins was the biggest social TV winner at the 2014 Oscars

#LupitasLipBalm: Why Clarins was the biggest social TV winner at the 2014 Oscars | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Sometimes a small gesture goes a long way.
Last night at the 2014 Oscars, Ellen DeGeneres truly played the role of host as she delivered pizzas to the Hollywood elite during the ceremony.
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A&E lets ‘Bates Motel’ fans create customized postcards as second season premieres

A&E lets ‘Bates Motel’ fans create customized postcards as second season premieres | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Bates Motel ”reopens” tonight on A&E as the highly anticipated drama begins its second season.
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Ellen's Oscars Tweet Shows What The Future Will Be For Social TV

Ellen's Oscars Tweet Shows What The Future Will Be For Social TV | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Facebook and Twitter will soon dominate the second screen industry.
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Celebrities are Twitter (and social tv) brand ambassadors

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Extending the device tail for TV Everywhere apps

Extending the device tail for TV Everywhere apps | screen seriality | Scoop.it

As we reported previously, the respected research/advisory firm The Diffusion Group predicted last autumn that half of all TV viewing would be away from set-top boxes by 2020 in US broadband/Pay TV homes and the same pattern would emerge in other markets. The viewing could be Pay TV Everywhere content or OTT. Even if multiscreen viewing only reaches 20% or 30% of the total figure, that still presents an obvious challenge to the Pay TV industry: the need to get their TV Everywhere apps beyond a handful of devices and into the mid-tail of devices if not the long-tail. That means developing more apps and then managing an ever-growing population of apps in the field, and that may not be easy.

Software development resources are a natural cap on how many apps you can manage today, so can the process of apps build and lifecycle management be made more efficient? Bill Scott, Chief Operating and Commercial Officer at Easel TV, which conceives, develops and operates connected apps on behalf of various companies, thinks the solution is already available. It lies in companies like his who build apps for multiple customers and so can spread the cost of development more widely. And the key to the future is in developing common software stacks that provide the core functionality of app device groups with a minimum of specific device customization on top, plus any TV Everywhere customer user experience customizations that are requested. (...)

 


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Facebook and Instagram Oscars Plans

Facebook and Instagram Oscars Plans | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Facebook and Instagram will be an active social platform for this Sunday’s Oscars.
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MediaPost Publications Everything Becomes Television; FreeWheel Points To How Online Content Is Going That Way 02/28/2014

Everything Becomes Television; FreeWheel Points To How Online Content Is Going That Way - 02/28/2014
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CANAL+ LAUNCHES SEASON 4 OF GAME OF THRONES WITH AN AMBITIOUS TRANSMEDIA CAMPAIGN – Transmedia Storyteller

CANAL+ LAUNCHES SEASON 4 OF GAME OF THRONES WITH AN AMBITIOUS TRANSMEDIA CAMPAIGN – Transmedia Storyteller | screen seriality | Scoop.it

Here’s the moment our transmedia experience kicked off with a live performance! Below is the official press release…well, translated into English, the Spanish version is here.


Using Conducttr we’re building a MMORPG that’s played out on social media and real life across the whole of Spain. In future posts we’ll have a full case study....

 


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Sony TV SideView: A Second Screen Experience For TV | RazorianFly

Sony TV SideView: A Second Screen Experience For TV | RazorianFly | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Sony TV SideView: A Second Screen Experience For TV. Arron Hirst. on 7 March, 2014 at 11:53. http://cdn.razorianfly.com/wp-content/uploads/. We got a note from Sony Corporation Japan over the last several hours, detailing a recent update ...
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5 Tips for Improving TV Everywhere Viewer Experiences

5 Tips for Improving TV Everywhere Viewer Experiences | screen seriality | Scoop.it
As awareness of, and demand for, TV Everywhere improves, delivering rich, relevant viewing experiences will be critical to keeping viewers coming back to TV Everywhere. Here are 5 tips for improving the TV Everywhere viewing experience....
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It is quite strange how screens at home are getting bigger but we are using a lot the smaller ones of tablets and smartphones. Tv everywhere is key for the "distribution" of contents but it needs to develop in the right way. Authentication, personal reccomandations and contextualized advertising are the biggest challenge to take viewer's experiences to the next level.

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Wow, Twitter's Audience For Oscars Nearly Matched ABC's

Wow, Twitter's Audience For Oscars Nearly Matched ABC's | screen seriality | Scoop.it
In the last few years, awards shows have taken on a tail-wagging-the-dog aspect, with presenters endlessly exhorting viewers at home to tweet away and reading their tweets on air as if they constituted the finest works of Bruce Vilanch himself. There's something backwards about it. The people at home talking about [...]
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Facebook Users’ Behavior In A Multidevice World - AllFacebook

Facebook Users’ Behavior In A Multidevice World - AllFacebook | screen seriality | Scoop.it
With Facebook usage via multiple devices becoming the norm, rather than the exception, the social network commissioned a study by international market research agency GfK to learn more about how users are interacting via desktops/laptops, smartphones, and tablets.
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How Comedy Central's '@midnight' Cracked the TV Twitter Trend - TheWrap

How Comedy Central's '@midnight' Cracked the TV Twitter Trend - TheWrap | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Chris Hardwick's late-night comedy series sets an example for shows courting social media buzz
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2014 Olympics social TV advertising winners: P&G, McDonald’s, and Cadillac - Lost Remote

2014 Olympics social TV advertising winners: P&G, McDonald’s, and Cadillac - Lost Remote | screen seriality | Scoop.it
2014 Olympics social TV advertising winners: P&G, McDonald’s, and Cadillac
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11.1 million people had over 25.4 million interactions about the Oscars on Facebook - Lost Remote

11.1 million people had over 25.4 million interactions about the Oscars on Facebook - Lost Remote | screen seriality | Scoop.it
11.1 million people had over 25.4 million interactions about the Oscars on Facebook
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Retail Brands With Twitter Accounts Appear Less Trustworthy [REPORT]

Retail Brands With Twitter Accounts Appear Less Trustworthy [REPORT] | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Despite social media being hailed as a new way for brands to appear more transparent and honest, something’s not working: according to the latest study from YouGov, consumers actually trust retail brands that have Twitter accounts less than their...
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May this a barrier to social network monetization? New generations seem they want to keep their social activities separated froppppppm shopping online.

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Stuart Krasnow: Production for the Second Screen - YouTube

http://www.redtouchmedia.com/natpe2014-telepictures Stuart Krasnow, EVP of Creative Affairs at Telepictures, came to speak to Frank Radice at the Red Touch M... (Producing for the second screen and beyond.
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Exclusive: Mass Relevance will be using Twitter data exclusively on-air under social network’s strengthened guidelines

Exclusive: Mass Relevance will be using Twitter data exclusively on-air under social network’s strengthened guidelines | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Mass Relevance being used during Twitter Town Hall with President Obama
Lost Remote has just learned of some big social TV news that reinforces that value of Twitter to TV.
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BBC content 'most shared' on Twitter by UK users in January | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

BBC content 'most shared' on Twitter by UK users in January | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Content from the BBC was shared more than stories from other news outlets by UK Twitter users in the first month of the year

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