During a recent telecast of La Voz Kids (The Voice Kids), the hosts of the show told viewers during a commercial break that if they wanted the chance to be on TV to go to the La Voz Fresh Kids app, submit a photo of themselves, and watch until the end of the show. After the cut-off period for the entries, ePrize randomly selected a winner, which Telemundo verified using never.no’s moderation tools. never.no then took the winning photo and placed it in the final TV spot, which was sent to Telemundo. The Gain-sponsored ad was then played during the final segment of the broadcast. Read more
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In a recent episode of HBO’s The Newsroom Charlie Skinner (played by Sam Watson) forces Don Keefer (Thomas Sadoski) to put tweets on the air during a broadcast. As breaking news ensues, Skinner decides to tell them to yank it, essentially since something more important is happening. Is writer Aaron Sorkin skeptical of tweets on air or is he trying to send a message to ACN that they need to hire Nevern.no and Vizrt to light up the screen more effectively with social?
Broadcast Asia: Follow never.no, CBC, Genius Digital, Sawhorse Media and Storyful’s take on social TV
Broadcast Asia is underway at Singapore’s beautiful Marina Bay Sands and Lost Remote is excited to expand its coverage to the region. “As Asia’s largest representative, integrated show for the pro-audio, film and TV industries, BroadcastAsia serves as the regional launch pad for the latest and most wide-ranging technologies by some of the biggest and most promising enterprises from around the world,” describes the conference on their website. Here’s how you can follow social TV at the show. Read more
Back in November, Never.No launched a social TV ad platform to reach multiple screens. Now they’re proving that what they’ve created can work. “We’re creating social TV advertising – it’s that simple and that powerful,” the company told Lost Remote. We spoke with Never.No’s VP of the EMEA region Scott Davies about their ad with Intel and more. Read more