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Remember Those Facebook Media APIs Announced at f8? They’re Now in Use

todayorangeIn April at f8, Facebook launched four APIs – Trending, Topic Insights, Topic Feed, and Hashtag Counter – specifically for media companies. The goal, though not stated explicitly, was for Facebook data to be integrated more into telecasts, specifically, and, more generally, into the social data conversation. Not only would Twitter trending topics be mentioned a measure of a show’s social success, but also Facebook trending topics.

“TV is an important area of focus for us, and we’ve been investing in the space with new tools and resources for partners, like the Public Content Solutions program and our media APIs,” Bob Morgan, a Partner Engineer Manager at Facebook, tells Lost Remote. “The APIs we announced at f8 were among the most requested from media organizations, and help deliver great on-air and digital experiences using Facebook content and data. There has been strong interest from our partners in implementing these APIs, and we’re excited to help them create compelling Facebook integrations for their audiences. Read more

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An inside look at Univision’s partnership with Facebook for the World Cup

Screen Shot 2014-06-13 at 2.27.53 AMThe World Cup is underway as millions take to social to share their passion for the games. Every major sporting event creates another opportunity for the major social networks to innovate in social TV and find a unique way to deliver content. For this year’s World Cup, Univision and Facebook struck an impressive partnership to track the games. “Univision will integrate Facebook and Instagram content in broadcast coverage while viewers are watching Univision Deportes Futbol Club, Contacto Deportivo, Republica Mundialista, as well as pre- and post-game coverage,” according to the announcement.

Facebook has launched special layer of data and content specifically for the World Cup, and as a result Univision is making a big investment in rolling out new, on-air tools to bring Facebook conversation and Instagram photos to broadcast in real-time. We interviewed Bob Morgan from Facebook’s Public Content Solutions (PCS) partner program and David Beck Univision’s Senior Vice President & General Manager of Social Media. Read more