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True Blood secrets, handle battles & Zeebox rooms: Today’s Best Social TV

True Blood secrets, handle battles & Zeebox rooms: Today’s Best Social TV

Who’s raising the bar in social TV right now? Here are three more best-in-class examples:

TRUE BLOOD: LIVE FROM THE SET SOCIAL EVENT (HBO, USA)
To get fans excited about the new season of True Blood, which premiered on June 16, HBO launched a #SecretsFromTheSet promotion campaign. This two-part social media event included an interactive pre-show right before the premiere and the release of details of the upcoming season via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Vine on the morning of the premiere. Additionally, fans had the chance to submit questions live to 13 of the True Blood actors on the Social TV platform HBO Connect. Fans could either submit their own question or ‘like’ questions of other True Blood fans. […]

Digital TV Brand Extensions – exclusive white paper for MIP

Digital TV Brand Extensions – exclusive VAST MEDIA white paper

Discover a selection of 15 digital TV brand extensions created by broadcasters around TV shows during the past 3 months.

There are many different approaches to promoting and extending television programmes online. As shows of all genres are being extended online before, during and after broadcast time, different platforms and strategies are being used by broadcasters to extend the on-air experience of television. […]

Broadcaster Social TV Twitter Strategies: The World’s Best Practices 2012

From Twitter voting in Project Runway and the VMAs to Geordie Shore competitions, VAST MEDIA presents the best uses of Twitter in TV of late 2012.

In 2012, the Social TV landscape has been buzzing. TV broadcasters are offered a multiplicity of solutions to enhance their schedules and propel programmes onto the second screen.

Among the diverse range of options, a key player has emerged at the heart of most social TV strategies: Twitter, which has established itself as television’s favorite choice for second screen strategies. […]