CoveritLive is invaluable for major event coverage and breaking news. But it's also an excellent tool for hosting regularly scheduled events such as daily and weekly discussion topics. Since your readers always know when to "tune in"- a daily or weekly live event is a great way to build your readership and grow an online community. It also creates a unique online experience; ideal for covering a weekly TV show, scheduled game, 'ask the editor' segment or for generating discussion on local or trending topics. Read More…
Over the years CoveritLive has become increasingly aware of our readers interest in wild animals habits as adults, but particularly as babies. A quick thought, would be ‘that’s an interesting thing for a real-time events platform to learn.’ However, as rescue organizations, wildlife centers and other refuges have begun using CoveritLive alongside live wildlife cameras fans have become more and more engaged with the habits and overall cuteness of these animals.
The weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings were dominated by two sites this week with the Australian Football League’s AFL.com notching three spots in the rankings and Spain’s Actividades Digital’s properties landing the remaining two spots.
The Australian Football League’s AFL.com landed in the top five for the 11th time in the last 12 weeks with its Live Saturday and Sunday football coverage that captured the first and third spots in the ratings, while the Hawthorn vs. Collingwood live event landed in the fifth position. The AFL’s Saturday coverage last week attracted more than 97,000 viewers, while its Sunday coverage entertained more than 52,000 viewers. The live event for the Hawthorn vs. Collingwood match captured the fifth spot with more than 25,000 viewers.
The events in Egypt over the past few weeks have drawn a large amount of interest from all over the world. The public’s hunger to be well-informed has been fed by CoveritLive live blogs from publishers and broadcasters in many countries. CiL delivers live up-to-the-minute updates through live commentary, but also through social content and a variety of other features.
Gridiron warriors across the United States are working hard and sweating in the hot August sun in professional, collegiate and high school training camps, but CoveritLive’s rich feature set allows you to run successful events this football season, No Sweat. Whether it’s the last days of summer or the final few rounds of the league playoffs, CiL provides journalists and broadcasters covering games and teams an experience for the 2013 season like never before.
CoveritLive’s well-established tool set has always been the premier way to provide live real-time game coverage to football fans around the world, but the LiveScores automated scoreboards and other new updates to CiL’s robust features make it easier than ever to engage with readers or viewers throughout the season.
A variety of sporting events, including the start of the Bundesliga football season and the PGA Championship, filled out the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings. Bild.de’s immersive football experience, the Australian Football League’s live game coverage, NFL preseason action and Sports Illustrated Golf’s PGA Championship blog comprised the top five this week.
The month of July was a stellar month for CoveritLive and this edition of our month-in-review explores the key statistics and events from the month that was. This installment’s infographics presentation explores July’s events that were anchored by the unrest in Egypt, the George Zimmerman murder trial, MLB All-Star Game, NBA Free Agency and the Tour de France. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.