The month of September saw CoveritLive audiences engage with a large variety of experiences and this installment’s infographic presentation explores September’s experiences that were highlighted by coverage of elections in Sweden and New Zealand, NFL and NCAA football, the Ryder Cup golf tournament and more. Here is a look at key data and highlights from the top events of the month. Continue reading
The month of August saw CoveritLive audiences engage with a wide assortment of experiences and this installment’s infographic presentation explores August’s experiences that were highlighted by coverage of Swedish wildfires, Germany’s Celebrity Big Brother television show, the French government’s resignation, the Major League Baseball trade deadline, the 2014 Emmy Awards and more. Here is a look at key data and highlights from the top events of the month. Continue reading
CoveritLive’s automated Scoreboard makes it easy for publishers to cover all of the World Cup action. The Live Scoreboard takes only minutes to set up, and then automatically updates with the latest World Cup scores and plays throughout the game, allowing you to focus on game commentary and Reader questions. Major plays are visually highlighted so fans are always kept up-to-date on the game action. With the ability to customize the display, you can choose to cover a specific game, multiple games (on the same day), or the entire series! The Live Scores feature is routinely used by major publishers around the globe, including France24, Yahoo Sports, Expressen and Aftonbladet to enhance their live sports coverage. Keep reading for Scoreboard Tips and example Screenshots…
The month of April saw CoveritLive interact with a wide variety of experiences and this installment’s infographic presentation explores April’s events that were highlighted by conversation’s around French Prime Minister Manuel Valls’ policies, the Boston Marathon, movie premieres, a boxing title bout and more. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.
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.
The 2014 edition of the National Football League’s Super Bowl shined brightly, not only in the United States, but around the world as well. Super Bowl XLVIII attracted television viewers and second screen viewers across the globe. This year’s big game proved to be a truly international event as 400,000 viewers in at least six countries joined CoveritLive experiences during the game. Read more…
The latest edition of the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings features an interesting array of domestic and international events from a variety of categories. A made-for-TV reality show from Germany joins a quartet of sporting events from around the globe in the week’s top five rankings.
The Apple media event to announce its new iPhone 5s & 5c on Tuesday, Sept. 10 was widely anticipated and more than 1.7 million technophiles all around the world followed CoveritLive live blogs during the announcement in San Francisco, Calif.
More than 70 publishers and blogs, including Yahoo, MacWorld, Bild, iLG Media, Aftonbladet, and MacWorld Sweden, used CoveritLive to live blog the Apple Announcement with photos and commentary from the invitation-only event.
This week we bring you a special edition of the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings that is a bit of a departure from previous editions. Last week, interested readers from all around the world took notice of the events in Syria and many Swedish readers joined CiL events as United States President Barack Obama visited Sweden to discuss the Syria situation and other issues.