Social Summits, the parent company of Social TV Daily, will host the first industry awards for sports social TV on May 29, at the Bel-Air Country Club in Los Angeles, the company has announced.
The awards, called STEEVEEs, will be awarded to networks, leagues, teams, individuals, producers, agencies, brands, research companies, and others for social TV projects conducted from Jan. Read more
Social TV Daily editor Mo Krochmal has curated the tweet stream from Friday’s Social TV Summit Miami. The article reads in chronological order, from start to finish and includes photographs and commentary from those in the conference and outside. Read more
Social TV Daily ran a live stream of the first Latin Social TV Awards on Thursday night. You can access the replays on the following embeds, courtesy of Social Media News NY.
Andy Batkn welcomes the attendees
Part 1 of the Awards Ceremony
Part 2 of the Awards Ceremony
A selection of the logos of the companies that will be presenting at the Social TV Summit Miami Conference, March 1, 2013 at the Fountainebleu Hotel. For the conference agenda, see http://socialtvsummit.com/agenda/
Twitter counted 8.9 million Tweets about the 85th Academy Awards: 2.1 million during the red carpet, and 6.8 million during the awards show, the San Francisco-based social network said Sunday night.
According to the Twitter blog, tweeted highlights included:
Best Picture award for Argo: 85,300 TPM
Adele performs “Skyfall”: 82,300 TPM
Best Actress in a Leading Role for Jennifer Lawrence: 71,600 TPM
Best Original Song for Adele: 64,000 TPM
Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Anne Hathaway: 60,400 TPM
Read more, via Twitter blog http://blog.twitter.com/2013/02/a-look-back-at-oscars.html Read more
The Super Bowl is the reigning Social TV champion, spawning some 52.5 million social comments this year, by some counts. Can the Oscars beat that?
That’s the one Academy Award prediction we are curious about and we are looking forward to tuning in on Sunday, Feb. Read more
For those who have declared Twitter the winner of the Social TV battle, the aftermath of Facebook pulling the plug on the Peacock network should be instructive. Yesterday, multiple reports said that NBC’s website had been hacked to spread a computer virus and that Facebook pulled access, not allowing users to share links to the network. Read more
Mo Krochmal, editor of Social TV Daily, participated in a panel discussion on Social TV at Columbia University’s Social Media Weekend, a three-day event at the journalism school. The panel was moderated by Natan Edelsburg [@twatan] with John Oates [@JOates32] of Nickelodeon, Andrew Springer [@aspringNY] of ABC News, Krochmal and Anna Pakman of Currrent TV. Read more
Three images from the Social TV Thought Leadership roadshow.