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MobiTV Study: Sports Accounts for 37% of All TV Everywhere Viewing (Infographic)

unnamedLast week, MobiTV – one of the leading TV Everywhere companies – released a new infographic study highlighting the streaming habits of sports fans.

With the NBA in the midst of its conference finals, California Chrome chasing a triple crown, and the Indianapolis 500 and FIFA World Cup just around the corner, sports streaming is currently at an all-time high.

MobiTV’s consumer survey reveals some interesting streaming habits of today’s sports fan:

- Online sports streaming was up 640% in 2013 compared to 2012.

- 46% of consumers stream sports at home.

- Sports accounts for 37% of all TV Everywhere viewing.

- 59% of consumers would give up alcohol in order to have streaming access to their favorite sporting events Read more

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The top 2012 social tv shows according to GetGlue

With New Year’s a couple of weeks behind us, it is worth taking a look at the top tv shows and movies that drove the social conversation in 2012, and see whether these TV shows can maintain a stronghold on the social activity in 2013. Here’s GetGlue‘s take on social TV in 2012. Read more

18 million 'Viggle Live' questions answered during the Olympics

Viggle has tremendously emerged as the social TV startup to watch in 2012. The social TV rewards app launched in January and has continued to grow throughout the year. They've attracted brands and have given TV shows like NBC's TODAY an opportunity to sell social to sponsors. Just a few weeks after surpassing 1 million users, they're announcing how Viggle was during the London 2012 games.

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The results are in: how the Olympics did on social [infographic]

In addition to Twitter's announcement on the biggest moments, Bluefin Labs have released their analysis from London 2012. "The Olympics telecasts on NBCU networks were more social than the Super Bowl, Grammys, Oscars, Golden Globes, and all 7 games of the World Series combined, registering 36.0M social media comments," according to Bluefin...

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How the ESPYs dominated the social TV charts [infographic]

The ESPYs (ESPN's sports awards) are the latest major awards ceremony on TV to leverage the social web and top the charts. The ceremony, which took place Wednesday night, was the most social program (out of 1,078 programs) across broadcast and cable according to Social Guide Intelligence (SGI). The Brooklyn-based analytics company shared details and an infographic exclusively with Lost Remote on the show's social buzz.

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The year in social TV by Bluefin Labs [Infographic]

The VMAs, the X Factor and NBC all topped Bluefin Labs' most-social list for 2011 in a handy infographic that wraps up a big year for social TV. A glance at the word cloud makes it clear that the VMAs, Justin Bieber and the Jonas Brothers dominated conversations across the web. Here's the infographic, and make sure you check out the additional insights they provided us following the graphic:

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SocialGuide's year-end look at social TV [Infographic]

As 2012 is upon us, it's very fun to see that the leading social TV data analyzers are proving fun and insightful infographics. Brooklyn-based SocialGuide, who will be rolling out a new analytics product soon, has put together a year-ender graphic with the most social TV and movies of 2011:

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Exclusive: How a tweet gets on TV by Mass Relevance

As 2012 is upon us, it's very fun to see that the leading social TV data analyzers are proving fun and insightful infographics. Brooklyn-based SocialGuide, who will be rolling out a new analytics product soon, has put together a year-ender graphic with the most social TV and movies of 2011:

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