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via Bluefin Labs

via Bluefin Labs

via Bluefin Labs Blog
Surprises me that the DNC was actually that high last night. A good sign for the growing diversity in Social TV users and behaviors. 

via Bluefin Labs Blog

Surprises me that the DNC was actually that high last night. A good sign for the growing diversity in Social TV users and behaviors. 

USA! USA! USA!

USA! USA! USA!

via Lost Remote and Cory Bergman. Infographic via AdAge
Remember the old real estate phrase “location, location, location” ? In Social TV, it’s talent, talent, talent. 

via Lost Remote and Cory Bergman. Infographic via AdAge

Remember the old real estate phrase “location, location, location” ? In Social TV, it’s talent, talent, talent. 

via Media Bistro and Lauren Dugan
The future of TV is TV.

via Media Bistro and Lauren Dugan

The future of TV is TV.

More from Anne-Marie Roussel, one of my favorite authorities on Social TV.
PHASE 1 – PRE-SHOW: The buzz starts building about what Rachel will do on the next episode of Glee. The Social Interaction Curve in Phase 1 reflects the buzz activity: it starts low on the vertical (BUZZ) and horizontal (TIME) axes and reaches its highest point at the end of Phase 1, just as the show is about to start.
PHASE 2 – DURING THE SHOW: The Social Interaction Curve during Phase 2 (as the show is on the air) goes through peaks and valleys, following real-time happenings. For example, during a football game buzz will peak during time-outs, especially right after a quarterback fumbles a ball and then drop as the action starts again and people concentrate on the game.
PHASE 3 – POST-SHOW: Buzz is still high after the show is off the air: “Can you believe that sick home-run by Alex Rodriguez?” and then tapers off with time.
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More from Anne-Marie Roussel, one of my favorite authorities on Social TV.

PHASE 1 – PRE-SHOW: The buzz starts building about what Rachel will do on the next episode of Glee. The Social Interaction Curve in Phase 1 reflects the buzz activity: it starts low on the vertical (BUZZ) and horizontal (TIME) axes and reaches its highest point at the end of Phase 1, just as the show is about to start.

PHASE 2 – DURING THE SHOW: The Social Interaction Curve during Phase 2 (as the show is on the air) goes through peaks and valleys, following real-time happenings. For example, during a football game buzz will peak during time-outs, especially right after a quarterback fumbles a ball and then drop as the action starts again and people concentrate on the game.

PHASE 3 – POST-SHOW: Buzz is still high after the show is off the air: “Can you believe that sick home-run by Alex Rodriguez?” and then tapers off with time.

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Bluefin Labs infographic on Super Tuesday.

Bluefin Labs infographic on Super Tuesday.

via Co.DESIGN
With great power, comes great responsibility. 

via Co.DESIGN

With great power, comes great responsibility. 

New Media and Social TV

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