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World Cup – Scoreboard Best Practices

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…

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Join the CoveritLive Masterclass at GEN Summit 2014

The Global Editor’s Network Summit is less then a week away (June 11-13th). CoveritLive will be attending as an official sponsor and we are especially excited to welcome attendees to the CoveritLive Masterclass. If you will be in Barcelona for the conference we would love to see you there!

CoveritLive’s Masterclass session:

When: Friday June 13th, 15.00-15.45

Featuring Panel Experts:

  • Manny Djornor, EMEA + Asia Pac Director, CoveritLive
  • Jill Renwick, Product Manager, CoveritLive
  • Sylvain Attal, Chief Editor New Media, France24
  • Lucia Adams, Deputy Head of Digital, The Times
  • Ismael Nafría, Digital Innovation Director at Grupo Godó – La Vanguardia

Going beyond Live Blogging: How Newsrooms can engage Readers through innovative live experiences.

Online news coverage provides new opportunities for storytelling not available in print media. Learn how other newsrooms are using the latest live coverage techniques to inform, engage and build audiences.

The masterclass held by CoveritLive will outline best practices for creating compelling live blogs and real-time events, and feature customized examples built using CoveritLive’s powerful live publishing platform. Our panel of experts will share strategies for producing highly interactive and social real-time experiences that captivate Readers and make the story come to life.

This class will be of particular benefit to journalists, producers and newsroom developers interested in enhancing their current real-time reporting and live coverage strategy.

 

Live Coverage of the Political Crisis in Kiev

Earlier this week the deadly clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters in Kiev captured the world’s attention. Independence Square and nearby streets became a battlefield as violence escalated on both sides.

Once again many major international publishers turned to CoveritLive to provide their Readers with in-depth real-time coverage and commentary. Read More >>
 

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CoveritLive blogs deliver live updates on the unrest in Egypt

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.

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CoveritLive Weekly: Top five Social TV events (April 8-14)

A quintet of international events captured all five spots this week in the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings. Champions League football, the Champions League and Europa League Draw, the final round of the Masters, F1 racing and televised speech filled out the ratings for the week.

The largest event of the week was a runaway winner as German publisher, Bild informed and entertained almost 600,000 viewers with its live updates during the Champions and Europa League draws. Champions League football action also landed in the No. 2 spot with French broadcaster, France24’s live chat during the Barcelona vs. Paris Saint-Germain match. An audience of more than 90,000 viewers got social during the match that saw Barcelona hold on for a 1-1 draw in their second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals.

 

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CoveritLive Weekly: Top five Social TV events (April 1-7)

This week’s edition of the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings is blanketed from top to bottom with a sampling of sporting events from around the United States, Canada and France. The National Hockey League’s trading deadline proved to be the hottest topic of the week, while the WWE’s Wrestlemania and Champions League soccer joined hockey, which owned three of the top five spots.

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CoveritLive Weekly: Top five social TV Olympic events (July 23-29)

By Spencer Kitley

The opening weekend of the 2012 London Olympic Games attracted large television audiences around the world and many of those viewers got social with CoveritLive as they watched. Yahoo’s live coverage of the opening ceremonies in the United States landed on the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings last week, along with the CBC and France 24’s coverage.

Yahoo! in the U.S. pulled double-duty with its live coverage of the Games’ opening ceremonies, attracting more than 100,000 viewers to its live blog of the event and then drawing almost 70,000 viewers to its tape-delayed primetime coverage of the ceremonies when they were televised in the U.S.

The second-ranked event of the week was Yahoo! China’s social TV coverage of the USA Men’s Basketball opening round game against France. More than 100,000 viewers joined the conversation as Kevin Durant powered Team USA to a convincing 98-71 victory.

Canadian broadcaster, the CBC grabbed the No. 4 spot in the weekly Social TV rankings with its coverage of the opening ceremony that entertained almost 53,000 viewers. French broadcaster, France 24 shined as well, drawing more than 41,000 to its CoveritLive chat during the opening ceremony to claim the fifth position for the week.

CoveritLive’s scalability and international compatibility make it the best option for engaging Social TV viewers as they watch the Olympics or their favorite television program.

*The CoveritLive blog will release its weekly social TV rankings every Monday. The data for the ranking system is exclusive to events that are tied to a television broadcast and the viewer metric is defined as a reader that actively clicks into a CiL event.

 

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CoveritLive Event

CoveritLive User

Viewers

1

2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony

Yahoo US

103,631

2

2012 Olympics Basketball – USA (7/29)

Yahoo China

100,015

3

2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony Telecast

Yahoo US

68,093

4

2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony

CBC

52,844

5

2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony

France 24

41,593