Le bilan réalisé par TvTweet permet de mieux comprendre quelles sont les émissions qui génèrent le plus d’activité sociale de la part des internautes. DHR a décortiqué pour vous le classement des 50 premières émissions.
On May 26 alone, there were more than 2.3 million TV-related tweets. That included over 600,000 for that night's NBA game, 230,000+ for The Bachelorette and nearly 58,000 for Arrested Development. And that's just the tip of the social TV iceberg.
"For broadcasters, the single screen will make it possible to seamlessly blend social with programming and reap the benefits. In the case of cable providers without their own social apps, for example, there won't be a need to form partnerships with second-screen apps that dig into their own revenues while simultaneously diverting viewers' attention from their own programming and advertising."
Tweet In a world when all the statistics on simultaneous tablet/mobile and TV are indicating a massive increase in the behaviour, why are TV broadcasters and 3rd party providers creating 2nd screen services making very poor experiences for audiences?