February 6th, 2012
Did you catch the game last night?
With a projected viewership of 117 million for the event televised by NBC, nearly half the country tuned in to watch Super Bowl XLVI, 6 million more than the 2011 Super Bowl. According to Twitter there were nearly 10,000 tweets every second for the last three minutes of the Super Bowl, and Bluefin Labs has tracked 12.2 million comments about the Super Bowl in total across Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites. Bluefin advises that the Super Bowl commercials alone generated 985,000 social media comments, topping the entire telecast of the 2011 Academy Awards by nearly 20,000.
Super Bowl XLVI is the new biggest social media-TV event ever, blowing past the previous record holder – the 2011 MTV VMAs that only garnered 3.1 million social media comments. Did you catch the action?
Categories: Channels & Shows
November 11th, 2011
Sling Media has announced and released a video about an upcoming app for Facebook that would allow you to stream your home TV, directly on Facebook. Conrad Gomes, Senior Software Engineer at Sling Media, has advised that a SlingPlayer app, much like the one currently available online on certain mobile apps.
Categories: DISH & TV news