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Twitter Amplify launches with more than a dozen new partners to create ‘social TV’ via in-tweet clips

Twitter Amplify launches with more than a dozen new partners to create ‘social TV’ via in-tweet clips | Televisión Social y transmedia | Scoop.it

Twitter is partnering with more than a dozen new broadcasters and publications to launch Twitter Amplify, a new program that gives brands the opportunity to publish real-time, in-tweet ...


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Young TV watchers may spend equal time on social media

Young TV watchers may spend equal time on social media | Televisión Social y transmedia | Scoop.it
Though perhaps the time spent is overlapping, as more Canadians have a second-screen experience of live-commenting on social media while watching

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Mattia Nicoletti's curator insight, May 3, 2013 11:35 AM

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17-Year-Old Builds App to Prevent TV Spoilers on Twitter

17-Year-Old Builds App to Prevent TV Spoilers on Twitter | Televisión Social y transmedia | Scoop.it
A female teen has developed a new app which prevents TV spoilers from showing up on Twitter.

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Twitter is Changing the Way We Talk About TV, But Is It Also Changing the Way TV Is Made?

Twitter is Changing the Way We Talk About TV, But Is It Also Changing the Way TV Is Made? | Televisión Social y transmedia | Scoop.it
The first Saturday at the Austin-based conference started with two panels about how the people who make and promote television monitor and interact with their viewers via Twitter and other social media outlets.

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Mattia Nicoletti's curator insight, March 10, 2013 4:15 AM

The idea that viewers may influence a story of a scripted tv show can be interesting but in my opinion not always necessary. It's a matter of contents, some will be interactive some others not.

 

Who wants to change a great story written by a great writer? Do we really would like now to change the end of Casablanca or Shining or decide if in Lost the island must be moved?

 

There will be stories written to be interactive and others not.

Now everybody is enthusiast about transmedia and interaction because is something relatively new and because there are just few projects around, but when we will be invaded by them we could choose sometimes to be passive in the good old way.