All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Social TV’

Comcast and Twitter Debut Innovative Social TV Tool “See It”

By Alex Weprin for Lost Remote Comcast and Twitter have struck a deal that will take the relationship between TV and the social service to another level. The companies are debuting “See It” in November for Comcast Xfinity TV customers. If

What Does Facebook’s Social TV Measurement Really Mean for Networks?

By Todd Spangler for Variety Now Facebook is coming to the TV research party: The social service is measuring interactions for about 45 broadcast shows in primetime, circulating the data the big networks – ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC –

Facebook Wakes Up to Social TV Opportunities and Rolls Out Hashtags

By Cory Bergman for Lost Remote Twitter’s success with TV is waking up a social giant. As rumored months ago, Facebook announced it’s beginning to roll out hashtags to make it easier for users to discover shared interests. The company says

Is Pinterest TV’s Next Second Screen?

This is what FanTrust is asking after Pinterest announced some exciting changes that could mean a closer tie between the widely popular social platform and television. But first, from the Pinterest blog: “When you find something you love on Pinterest,

Twitter: ‘Where We Watch TV’

By Julien Blake for C21 Media Some 40% of the tweets made during peak TV hours are about TV – making Twitter “the room we watch TV in,” the social media giant’s UK head of broadcasting Dan Biddle said in