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Social Scoreboard: Thursday, September 11

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” topped social media yesterday, with the NBC late night show ranking first on Nielsen’s Twitter ratings. For the day, the show generated 23,000 tweets written by 16,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of 509,000 users.

“The Biggest Loster,” “Anderson Cooper 360,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” rounded out the top five. In sports, CBS’ Thursday Night Football game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers was the runaway program of the night, generating 519,000 tweets written by close to 62,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of 6.7 million users.

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‘Celebgate’ Photo Scandal is Late Night Fodder in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

jimmy-kimmelIn this Friday’s installment of our partnership with 5by, the video discovery platform that curates the web’s best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform’s TV category.

Trending this week is the ‘Celebgate’ photo scandal – source material that late night comedians live for. For more on the videos selected, Theo Tabah, 5by’s Head of Content

In the aftermath of the “Celebgate” photo scandal – involving A-listers Jennifer Lawrence, Bar Refaeli, Kate Upton and more – television programs responded to the mass exposé in epic fashion. It was one of the hottest topics in broadcast this week, with all the TV hype perpetuating a racy newscycle across social media. Here are the 5 best clips from 5by.

To get the full story, watch ABC Nightline present an  informative recap of the entire ordeal, with an outline of potential repercussions. It’s the most content-rich clip we’ve seen about the controversy. Then as expected, the guys of late night took a different approach reporting on the events. Leave it to Conan to lighten the mood with a skit in which the alleged hacker gets hacked, and exposed to the world. Afterall, “it’s only fair.” Jimmy Kimmel employed a similar premise to his skit, except this time, it was Kimmel himself, whose photos got hacked. Jimmy Fallon takes it to a whole new level by reading the hypothetical responses of political figures such as Kim Jong Un and Chris Christie. Naturally, hilarity ensues. In Comedy Central’s late night game show ‘@midnight’, comedians David Koechner, Nicole Byer and Jon Daly make an absolute mockery of the situation. The video speaks for itself.

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‘Friends’ and ‘The Sopranos’ Are Back in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

5by_mobile_app_screenshot_304x200In this Friday’s installment of our partnership with 5by, the video discovery platform that curates the web’s best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform’s TV category.

This week is a blast from the past. ‘Friends’ reunited on Jimmy Kimmel while The Sopranos’ showrunner David Chase talks about what happens to Tony.  For more on the videos selected, Theo Tabah, 5by’s Head of Content:

This week it’s all about the old and the new. Past TV hits get revisited and what’s trending now on social and in the world of TV make their presence known in this weeks top five viral TV clips on 5by.

Two very different, but equally famous TV shows resurfaced this week in entertaining fashion. ‘Friends’ has the reunion we sort of wanted, but were still thrilled to see, on Jimmy Kimmel (who plays Ross). ‘The Sopranos’ perplexing, but incredible, final scene was released with annotations that put an end to the burning question regarding Tony’s fate…

On the new side of things, the ALS ice bucket challenge was taken to a new level with Homer Simpson taking the plunge, and racking up six million views in the process. Guillermo, from Jimmy Kimmel, interviewed a few Emmy award winners in the best way possible, back-to-back (literally). Finally, Jon Stewart tears into Fox in his powerful monologue covering the recent protests in Ferguson, MO.

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Late Night Hosts Continue to Impress in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

5by_mobile_app_screenshot_304x200In this Friday’s installment of our partnership with 5by, the video discovery platform that curates the web’s best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform’s TV category.

Trending this week is Conan O’Brien getting his hair done by ‘Orange is the New Black’ star Laverne Cox and John Oliver taking on the ubiquity of native advertising. For more on the videos selected, Theo Tabah, 5by’s Head of Content:

 TV clips tend to go viral when they capture moments from the absurd to unexpected to borderline terrifying, and this week’s top videos have managed to meet all three criteria–plus they’re hysterical, adding another incentive to share online. 

 Some MVPs of late night for this round include Jimmy Kimmel - who continues his epic bit “Words From Your Mother” by inviting rapper Tyga’s mom to read the lyrics from her son’s raunchy hit “Rack City” - and Conan O’Brien, who allows ”Orange is the New Black” beauty queen, Laverne Cox, to do his hair (we’ve seen that anything “OITNB”-related is guaranteed to get some social buzz). Once again, John Oliver kills it with a comedically accurate rant criticizing advertising, spurring lots of chatter among the media industry.
 
The humor continues with funny man and social media savant Aziz Ansari revealing some absolutely ridiculous business ideas on ”Parks and Recreation,” followed by roller skating superstar Juan Carlos strutting his stuff to Madonna’s “Vogue” on “America’s Got Talent.” 

Late Night Reigns Supreme in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

5by_mobile_app_screenshot_304x200In the next installment of our partnership with 5by, the video discovery platform that curates the web’s best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform’s TV category.

Trending this week is a blitz of videos from the increasingly crowded late night television field. For more on the videos selected, Theo Tabah, 5by’s Head of Content:

The biggest names in late night TV are continuing to make their presences known both on the small screen and second screen. Let’s face it, why stay up until midnight to watch 45 minutes of interviews, monologues and commercial breaks when all of the best clips are shared the next day for free, online (and on 5by!)? 

John Oliver is crushing it week after week, Fallon, Kimmel and Letterman all pumped out incredible viral clips, and the latest addition to the late night game, Seth Meyers, gets news host Brian Williams to admit his TV guilty pleasure. They don’t call it the “late night war” for nothing. Read more

Is Jimmy Fallon’s social success fueling his strong ratings?

3026676-inline-tngtpostbrooklynbridge020614There was certainly a good chance that Jimmy Fallon’s early ratings success would be largely attributable to the Olympics bump he got during his first week as host of ‘The Tonight Show’ and that the numbers would soon come back down to earth. Nearly a full month after the Olympics, though, Fallon has maintained extremely strong numbers overall, with 4.26 million viewers, and especially compared to Jimmy Kimmel’s 2.83 million and David Letterman’s 2.79 million (March 10-14).

It remains difficult to directly measure the impact of social media on ratings, but Fallon’s social proficiency makes it hard to cast aside as an explanation for his steady linear TV numbers. uberVU, a social analytics company recently acquired by HootSuite, provided Lost Remote exclusively with numbers for March 11-20 showing what ‘Tonight Show’ segments are resonating most with fans across Twitter and helping Fallon continue to win the late night battle. Read more

How Jimmy Fallon is winning the late night battle online

3026676-inline-tngtpostbrooklynbridge020614Jimmy Fallon’s first week as ‘Tonight Show’ host brought in a nightly average of 8.5 million viewers for NBC, the best week for the late night show since 1993. Heading into the third week of the show, Fallon still has a strong lead over Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman, but Kimmel made a big jump on Monday with Toronto mayor Rob Ford as a guest.

According to Kontera, a company that measures Internet content and social media impressions, online consumption about Fallon increased 154% (comparing February 17-26 to February 7-16). Fallon’s lead is significant, as there was 167% more consumption around Fallon than his competitors. It is easy to attribute part of Fallon‘s ratings success to the 2014 Olympics lead-in he enjoyed, but online consumption is a different matter. Read more

Oscars Live Blog: Ellen Rules Twitter, Photobombing Run Amok, Social Love for Acceptance Speeches

Social media will be active throughout the 86th annual Academy Awards tonight, and Lost Remote will be reporting the top moments and images as they happen.

Pre-show Red Carpet

Co-host of  ABC’s “Oscars Red Carper Live” Lara Spencer had fun with rehearsals.

And her co-host Robin Roberts commented on Lara’s apparent wardrobe malfunction.

“Live with Kelly and Michael’s” dynamic duo on the red carpet. Read more

Jimmy Kimmel Thinks Matt Damon’s Lack of Friends Is Keeping Him Off Twitter

Jimmy KimmelWhile best friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck promote their charity, Jimmy Kimmel teamed up with Affleck to tease Matt over not being on Twitter.

What started off as a supportive retweet from Kimmel quickly morphed into friendly shenanigans between Kimmel and Affleck.

Affleck offered one more lighthearted joke at Matt’s expense. Read more

Breaking Bad wins at the Emmys and on Facebook

2013-primetime-emmy-award-nominations-announcedLast night’s Emmy telecast drew 17.6 million viewers, the most since 2005. Not only were people watching at home, but they were also posting about the awards on Facebook. According to Facebook, here were the top 5 social moment from the 2013 Emmys on Facebook. Read more

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