The wildly popular Duck Dynasty, A&E’s reality show about the Robertsons, ”the family that runs the duck call fabrication business,” is bringing fans into their mix in the biggest way yet. The initiative, ”Camo Cameo” will give viewers the opportunity to submit their Duck Dynasty fan art via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, using #CamoCameo. The fan that gets the most votes on their submission will actually earn a walk-on role in a Duck Dynasty TV commercial with the Robertsons, which will premiere later this year. We interviewed Lori Peterzell, VP Brand Strategy & Consumer Marketing at A&E about the exciting new initiative. Read more
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One of the best uses of social TV is the art of animated GIF-making. The fun meme-able moveable image has allowed TV to get viewers excited about a show during big tentpoles, at events and more. With SXSW in full gear in Austin A&E brought the art of GIF-making to their party for Bates Motel (premieres Monday, March 18th) the network’s new Dexter meets Friday Night Lights drama, a prequel to “Psycho” about Norman Bates growing up. Read more
Updated: Due to the amount of support History has seen from fans, they’ve just upped their donation to $20k – nice work. HISTORY is continuing their social TV campaign for social good in honor of Veteran’s Day. They will be “donating $1 to America’s VetDogs (up to $10,000) for every #thankavet tweet sent in honor of Veterans Day.” For those who don’t know America’s VetDogs is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of disabled veterans and active duty personnel by providing guide dogs and training. You can click here to tweet your own #thankavet tweet. Read more
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