Articles tagged "social tv"

  1. Mark Cuban Predicts That Social TV is The Future. Is He Right?

    T. Lacoma

    Mark Cuban, owner of Magnolia Pictures, Landmark Theatres, and the Dallas Mavericks, has claimed in a National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) meeting that social television, not Internet video,…

  2. Two Thumbs Up for Zeebox: Our App of the Week

    Lisa Fowler

      We’ve seen a lot of buzz about Zeebox lately. It’s a second-screen app that provides discovery, info, sharing, and the usual social TV features. So the big question is:…

  3. Watch and Earn with Viggle, Our Social TV App of the Week

    Emiah Gardner

    By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Viggle, the TV check-in app that gives you rewards for watching. In just over a year, Viggle raised enough industry interest to warrant a…

  4. Social Media’s Affect on Televised Political Events

    Emiah Gardner

    The recent presidential election provided mountains of material for a case study on the effect social media can have on political events. Twitter and Facebook have created outlets for everyone…

  5. Social TV Is Affecting Your Thoughts And Opinions In A Surprising Way

    Emiah Gardner

    The Psychology Behind Social TV Not long ago, I was sitting with a friend watching  Suits, when a small symbol popped up on the screen. Before I knew it, my…

  6. What Is Social TV?

    Emiah Gardner

    The word “social” has become one of the most important words in our modern lexicon. There’s social media, social networks, social blogging, and now social TV. In short, the word…

  7. Can Twitter Become A Big Enough Factor To Save Your Favorite TV Shows?

    Emiah Gardner

    In 2012, we saw an 800% jump in TV discussion on Twitter1, and by the end of the year, Nielsen and Twitter had partnered up to establish a new “Nielsen…

  8. How TV Apps Are Changing the Way We Watch TV

    Emiah Gardner

    Television has transformed into a new beast in the last decade. In addition to the brilliant shows we love, the characters and story lines we’re addicted to, technological developments have…