¿Qué fue primero, ver la tele tuiteando o tuitear viendo la tele?
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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? | ¿Qué fue primero, ver la tele tuiteando o tuitear viendo la tele? | 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.

Via Gary Hayes
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No sólo comentamos la tele, también influimos, hacemos tele.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, March 11, 2013 3:55 PM

First up was Jenn Deering Davis, whose panel "How Twitter Has Changed How We Watch TV" was essentially a look at what her company Union Metrics' analytics tools have taught her about television viewing as reflected in the social media platform. The vast majority -- 76% -- of people tweeting about TV, she reported, do so while watching something live. And in an age of DVRs and Hulu, what's most often still watched live is "anything with an unexpected outcome," including sports, award shows and "anything juicy with cliffhangers where there might be spoilers," like "The Walking Dead" or "Pretty Little Liars." The latter show, a twist-heavy ABC Family drama about a clique of popular teenage girls being harassed by a mysterious figure who seems to know each members darkest secrets, has been a huge hit on Twitter, averaging 13,000 tweets per minute when it airs, a fact that the show's promoter encourage by playing along via their official Twitter account.

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Cómo Twitter está transformando la manera de ver la televisión

Cómo Twitter está transformando la manera de ver la televisión | ¿Qué fue primero, ver la tele tuiteando o tuitear viendo la tele? | Scoop.it
El mero hecho de ofrecer un hashtag oficial al principio del programa de televisión puede incrementar la conversación social cerca de dos tercios, según un acuerdo de la compañía Brandwatch, que publica Mediapost.

Via Santiago Sanz Lastra
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Por fin la televisión es interactiva de verdad

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jmbz's curator insight, February 1, 2013 3:28 PM

¿Con esta "tendencia multitarea” somos capaces realmente de analizar lo que está pasando?

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Los televisivos, enganchados a Twitter

Los televisivos, enganchados a Twitter | ¿Qué fue primero, ver la tele tuiteando o tuitear viendo la tele? | Scoop.it
Entre grabación y grabación, en el aeropuerto, en la sala de maquillaje, en casa tras la jornada de trabajo… cada vez son más los rostros populares de la tele que...
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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? | ¿Qué fue primero, ver la tele tuiteando o tuitear viendo la tele? | 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.

Via Gary Hayes
eltuitelero's insight:

No sólo comentamos la tele, también influimos, hacemos tele.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, March 11, 2013 3:55 PM

First up was Jenn Deering Davis, whose panel "How Twitter Has Changed How We Watch TV" was essentially a look at what her company Union Metrics' analytics tools have taught her about television viewing as reflected in the social media platform. The vast majority -- 76% -- of people tweeting about TV, she reported, do so while watching something live. And in an age of DVRs and Hulu, what's most often still watched live is "anything with an unexpected outcome," including sports, award shows and "anything juicy with cliffhangers where there might be spoilers," like "The Walking Dead" or "Pretty Little Liars." The latter show, a twist-heavy ABC Family drama about a clique of popular teenage girls being harassed by a mysterious figure who seems to know each members darkest secrets, has been a huge hit on Twitter, averaging 13,000 tweets per minute when it airs, a fact that the show's promoter encourage by playing along via their official Twitter account.

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Howard Stern Makes 7-year-old Rapper Cry on America's Got Talent

Mir Money, a young rapper from Philadelphia, got his first X from Stern after rapping "I'm only 7-years-old, it's gonna be my year!" KollegeKidd.com powered ...
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Menudas estrellas!

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