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Which Emmy nominations are receiving the most buzz on social?

Screen Shot 2014-07-11 at 7.55.13 AMThe fall TV season has officially begun with yesterday’s Emmy nominations announcement. While social media doesn’t determine the winners of the Emmys, it definitely tells the media and the world what influencers think should win. Fizziology provided Lost Remote with details on which shows that were nominated were mentioned the most on Twitter in the aftermath of the announcement. Here’s the analysis and details. Read more

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‘Girl Meets World’ generates social TV buzz with premiere

Screen Shot 2014-07-06 at 8.00.13 PMBoy Meets World, a show about a boy and his friends coming of age, went off the air in the year 2000. Fourteen years later a sequel to the show on Disney, “Girl Meets World,” starring Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage as Cory and Topanga Matthews as married parents premiered recently. While social TV didn’t exist like it does today back when their coming of age show was a mega hit, the show was still able to generate an immense amount of social TV buzz. Fizziology provided Lost Remote with insights. Read more

Orange is the New Black gains positive momentum on social leading up to premiere

Screen Shot 2014-06-05 at 6.46.35 AMOrange is the New Black’s highly anticipated season two will launch tomorrow to fan’s delight. Netflix has been busy executing a large marketing campaign to match passionate fans eagerness to see the new season. Fizziology, the “consultative social media research company,” shared research with Lost Remote showing that in the past week there have been “99,000 social mentions – 83% which are positive.” Here are the full details of their report. Read more

Fizziology helps TV networks determine how much people like a TV show

There’s a new social TV analytics company on the loose. Fizziology “uses human sentiment analysis – real people reading social media chatter from real people – to let networks know which new fall TV shows are driving the most positive and negative buzz online.” Here’s how they’re using humans for social TV analytics and why TV networks are starting to buy in. Read more