Recently Channel 4, a British public-service television broadcaster utilized CoveritLive in a unique fashion as it directly incorporated a live Social Stream into its ‘What the 4? interactive studio experience. Real-time Twitter content was delivered live to the expert team of Paul Mason, Marta Mulyak, Kate Malby and Alexander Nekrassov in the studio for their ‘#WT4 happens next in Ukraine?’ interactive show.
The latest edition of CoveritLive rolled out today, delivering an outstanding, well-rounded set of new features for users to utilize in their upcoming live chats, live blogs, social streams and LiveContentWalls. The 3.25 release features EventStudio Prep Mode that allows users to access the backend Producer console prior to launching a CiL experience, as well as several social source enhancements and an option for a “Transparent” background when designing LiveContentWalls.
The start of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship is rapidly approaching and March Madness will be in full swing in less than a month. As you make preparations for covering the 2014 tournament, remember that CoveritLive is the perfect tool for engaging with fans around the world.
The month of February saw CoveritLive users join the most live events in a single month since the self-service model launched in July 2012. This installment’s infographic presentation explores February’s events that were highlighted by the Winter Olympics, unrest in Ukraine, winter weather coverage and more. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.