We’re excited to announce a new editorial partnership with Bluefin Labs, a social TV analytics company we’ve watched grow and thrive over the past year. Each week Bluefin will be sharing their “top 10 social commercials” analysis exclusively with Lost Remote. The future of social TV is dependent upon the economics that have helped the TV industry thrive for over sixty years. As social platforms change the way brands can interact with potential customers through TV, so do their commercials. Here’s our first look at the most social commercials. The leader on this week’s list is Read more
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By Natan Edelsburg on September 24, 2012 8:59 AM
Updated: Hill Holliday has correlated Bluefin's data with the linear ratings and determined that "While there is a ratings peak at the time of the stunt, it's very similar to the other peaks throughout the Emmys airing" and that the stunt "possibly"could have helped increase viewership. Another Emmys have come and gone, which means that the fall TV season is about to kick into high gear. Last nights awards felt a bit like the Modern Family Awards Show, although Jimmy Kimmel's hosting was exceptional. Homeland also did extremely well and Hatfields & McCoys brought home a few well deserved honors. Louis C.K. was also a big winner bringing home two Emmys. What were the social TV highlights, besides of course, Tracy Morgan's mega successful stunt? Trendrr and Bluefin Labs have reported the following.
By Natan Edelsburg on September 17, 2012 2:46 PM
The X Factor on Fox started its second season with a big social TV splash last week. According to Bluefin Labs, the show had seven times more social TV buzz than The Voice premiere had last Monday. Anticipation has been wild for the new season ever since Britney Spears and Demo Lovato were announced as new judges. The show has also launched some exciting new features for their app that premiered last season.
By Natan Edelsburg on September 5, 2012 10:19 AM
Social TV data company Bluefin Labs made a bold move in the social TV space by launching a version of their analytics geared towards brands back in April. A big trend we've seen this past year has been the consistent appearance of major brands investing in and experimenting with social TV. Boston and New York based Bluefin Labs has provided Lost Remote exclusively with their "Social TV Brand-scape," a detailed look at the most social brands, TV commercials and sponsorships...
By Natan Edelsburg on August 2, 2012 9:47 AM
As the major TV event that is the Olympics continues to roll out, athletes are getting more individual exposure than any other previous games. Which athletes are getting the most love on social and why? Bluefin Labs put together an infographic that looks at data that goes beyond just when people are tweeting while watching TV, but a look at buzz around the entire event.
By Natan Edelsburg on April 16, 2012 10:53 AM
Social TV analytics keep getting smarter and smarter. Bluefin Labs CEO Deb Roy recently told the audience at the NBCU Social TV Symposium that "as soon as you have one advertiser that cares about a like or tweet, you are setting currency exchanges," and that, "we'll see standards being set." His company has just made a big announcement to offer brands a chance to start pushing these standards with their new "Bluefin Signals Brand Edition." It launches with several initial clients including PepsiCo, Kraft Foods, Mars, Humana and Quicken Loans...