CNN’s taking social TV curation to a whole new level. In honor of the President Obama’s State of the Union, currently underway, the network has “created a database of the Twitter handles of every member of Congress,” to help track the reactions in real-time. Here are the details of one of CNN’s most impressive second screen achievements to-date. Read more
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Twitter and Mass Relevance put out some very interesting data the State of the Union, and now social TV data company Networked Insights has provided us with a deeper analysis of what social comments can tell us about the president's TV broadcast to the nation. Social TV data continues to be fascinating. From the top level analysis on the biggest moments to infographics that paint a picture of the ongoing conversation, boring traditional TV ratings better watch out for companies that have technology and know how to listen in the right places at the right time.
SnappyTV is one of the social TV startups that make you excited about the evolution of social TV. The startup that won "Best Idea" at the first Social TV Summit just announced that they are launching a new "Pro Editor" for bloggers to debut during the State of the Union Address this Tuesday at 9pm ET. The San Francisco-based startup is out to conquer an important issue that faces everyone sharing content around social TV. "Do you ever notice that when you see something great on TV everyone talks about it on Twitter, but it takes hours or longer for that clip to show up online?" Ever since Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift and YouTube lawyers raced to take down the clips, social TV lovers have been waiting for a solution.