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Research

Prosthetic Leg Incident Drives Conversation During ‘Real Housewives of New York’ Finale

1356928988Season 6 of ‘The Real Housewives of New York’ concluded this week with a bang. Literally. Aviva Drescher threw her prosthetic leg across a table at LeCirque and Twitter went wild. According to our analytics partner, Canvs, which measures Twitter sentiment for shows, the most reacted-to moment of the finale occurred directly in the aftermath of the leg incident when viewers commented on how “funny” the situation was. The second biggest moment, both in terms of overall volume and reaction volume, happened during the throwing incident itself when viewers called Aviva “crazy.”

Here are some other insights from Canvs followed by an infographic:

-35% of all reactions about the show happened in the ten minutes surrounding the leg incident.

- Other top moments didn’t drive nearly the same emotional intensity as the leg throwing.

-“Who cares?” spiked at 9:25 when Harry left with LuAnn instead of Sonja.

-“Love” spiked about Heather’s son as well.

- Total Emotional Reactions: 7,804

- Total Tweets: 23,891 Read more

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Social TV Fans ‘Love’ Season 2 Premiere of Showtime’s ‘Masters of Sex’

The second season of Showtime’s critically-acclaimed “Masters of Sex” premiered this week and although the social audience was on the smaller side, they were highly engaged and extremely excited for the show’s return. According to our analytics partner, Canvs, which measures Twitter sentiment for shows, the most reacted-to moment of Episode 1 was viewers calling Bill a “jerk” when he ignored his crying baby and yelled at his mother. Still, most of the conversation surrounding the season premiere was about the return itself. Of the tweets that featured an emotional reaction, 38% used the word “love,” 23% used the word “excited,” and 12% used the word “good.”

Here are some other insights from Canvs followed by an infographic: Read more

Halle Berry drives big social TV start for CBS’s ‘Extant’

Screen Shot 2014-07-13 at 11.38.21 PMCBS’s brand new drama, Extant recently premiered with positive social conversations surrounding. The drama features Halle Berry who plays ”an astronaut who returns home from a year-long solo mission in space and tries to reconnect with her husband and son in their everyday life.” According to our partner, Canvs, Berry was the force behind a huge amount of the social TV conversation while Steve Spielberg one of the creators barely caused any emotional reactions. Here are the details. Read more

‘Girl Meets World’ generates social TV buzz with premiere

Screen Shot 2014-07-06 at 8.00.13 PMBoy Meets World, a show about a boy and his friends coming of age, went off the air in the year 2000. Fourteen years later a sequel to the show on Disney, “Girl Meets World,” starring Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage as Cory and Topanga Matthews as married parents premiered recently. While social TV didn’t exist like it does today back when their coming of age show was a mega hit, the show was still able to generate an immense amount of social TV buzz. Fizziology provided Lost Remote with insights. Read more

How performances drove reactions to the record breaking BET Awards

Screen Shot 2014-07-06 at 7.13.19 PMLast week we covered how the BET Awards broke social TV records. For this week’s analysis with Canvs we took a deeper dive into the awards show to understand where the social TV reactions came from during the network’s big tent pole. Most of the top moments came from performances. Here are the details. Read more

Clone drama drove Orphan Black season finale (spoiler alert)

Screen Shot 2014-06-29 at 10.32.40 PMIn this week’s analysis with Canvs we took a look at the uber popular Orphan Black season finale on BBC America. As the highly anticipated season two came to an end it became obvious that clone drama drove Orphan Black season finale. This is also the first time Canvs leveraged their new season recap view to provide analysis. Here are the details.  Read more

TiVo Research: Binge-Watching No Longer the Exception. It’s the Rule.

Tivo-logo-widescreenTivo’s Research and Analytics arm this week released some interesting results from its ‘Spring 2014 Binge-Viewing Survey.’

91% of the 15,196 respondents said that binge-viewing is a common viewing behavior. Perhaps surprisingly, 29% of respondents actually put off watching shows so that they can bing-watch an entire season at once.

With thousands of channels and the proliferation of original programing it is becoming more difficult for a viewer to watch every show that they are interested in. But thanks to the control over cable, broadcast and OTT content afforded by TiVo, and to the proliferation of streaming services like Netflix,” said TiVo Chief Research Officer Jonathan Steuer, “binge-viewing has rapidly become common practice.”

The rise of binge-viewing becoming goes hand-in-hand with the “acceptability” of the practice. When respondents were asked about the term “binging,” only one-third felt that the term had negative connotations; in April 2013, over half (53 percent) of those surveyed considered it a negative term. Read more

Fargo’s Colin Hanks and Allison Tolman on social TV

Screen Shot 2014-06-14 at 1.40.44 PMFX’s Fargo has quickly become one of (if not the) best drama on television. The dark comedy, designed with inspiration from the film, recently finaled to an eager audience who was active on social TV (according to our analytics partner Canvs). Two of the shows stars are very active on social media (Twitter in particular). Before the finale we spoke with Colin Hanks (who plays Gus Grimly) and Allison Tolman (who plays Molly Solverson) two of the shows stars. Here’s what they had to say about social TV and insights from Canvs on the episode. Read more

Exclusive: Nielsen and Videology present research on the new media consumer in Southeast Asia

IMG_3172 copyWe recently interviewed Nielsen’s Nancy Jaffe about her presentation at BroadcastAsia 2014 on social TV and more in the Southeast Asia region. Jaffe and  Byron Munson from Videology, Nielsen’s partner, just shared the exclusive research which Lost Remote is posting here first. They discussed how Southeast Asia is a huge opportunity for TV. The region is 9% of the world’s population. Here are the details and full presentation. Read more

BroadcastAsia: Nielsen will present new social TV research about Southeast Asia

downloadLost Remote is continuing to cover the news breaking from BroadcastAsia 2014 in Singapore. Tomorrow, Nielsen will take the stage during the social TV day I’m chairing to present brand new research on “Internet TV, online video consumption, social TV” in the Southeast Asia regions. We’ll have the exclusives on this new research. In the meantime we interviewed Nancy Jaffe the Director of South East Asia Cross Platform Audience Measurement at Nielsen, who is leading the project and will be presenting along with Byron Munson from Videology, their partner for the research. Read more

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