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
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As we approach the summer, the social TV "before and after" that we discussed with Facebook's Kay Madati is maturing with social gaming built around providing extra opportunities for fans to engage with the content in between linear views. For HISTORY's "Top Shot," a show where professional marksmen compete for $100,000 to be the best, building a social game was not only the perfect way to extend the show on social, but was a great way...
Season 9 of Lifetime's Project Runway finished last week, and winner Anya Ayoung-Chee is already on her way to a successful career. A+E Networks, which owns Lifetime, went out of its way to create a social TV strategy that would allow fans to connect one-on-one with the brand even when the show wasn't airing. Lost Remote spoke with SVP of Digital Media, Evan Silverman about the different social TV successes the show had this past season, which he explains, all the major social TV data companies agree on: