A year ago, Team Coco released an exciting Emmy Award-winning tablet app that served as a true second screen companion for each episode of Conan, delivering extra content in real time. The problem was that the app was for tablets only. Last week, though, Team Coco released an iPhone and Android version of the app, which will keep the show’s digital team at the forefront of late-night comedy fan engagement. Read more
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Conan continues to leverage the social web to connect with fans and this time he's proving that Google+'s most compelling feature is still proving to be Hangouts. The TBS late night host announced via his blog on Sunday and on air last night that he'll be giving fans a chance to Hangout with him via Google+, live an hour before his show premieres tonight (Tuesday) at 10:30pm Eastern. He'll be sourcing questions from fans...