Simon Cowell is hard to beat. The finalized social media numbers from Nielsen’s Twitter TV Ratings show that the October 29 episode of X Factor –the first live episode of this season – not only generated four times as many tweets as The Voice, but it actually topped X-Factor’s premiere episode from last season in terms of the total number of tweets. Read more
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Beginning on November 6, X-Factor fans will have another option in which to vote for show contestants. In addition to voting via call, text, the Facebook app, the show’s website and dedicated app, fans will now be able to vote by usingShazam. The partnership between Fox and Shazam will also allow fans to buy music featured during the telecast and provide access to other original content. To talk more about how the partnership with Fox came about, we talked with CEO Rich Riley, and EVP of Marketing David Jones, from Shazam. Read more
Fans can vote via Twitter using the instructions and prompt at twitter.thexfactorusa.com. Once fans sign up for Twitter, they must then follow @TheXFactorUSA and cast their votes via Direct Message. Direct Messaging is a private way to communicate on Twitter. Votes will not be publicly visible. Tweets will not count as votes.