The month of July saw CoveritLive audiences engage with a wide variety of different experiences and this installment’s infographic presentation explores July’s experiences that were highlighted by the World Cup, former President of France Nicolas Sarkozy’s arrest, NBA free agency, coverage of airplane crash disasters, the British Open 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 May saw CoveritLive audiences engage with a multitude of different experiences and this installment’s infographic presentation explores May’s events that were highlighted by the NFL Draft, NBA Playoffs, European elections, the Eurovision Song Contest and the Cannes Film Festival. Here is a look at key data and highlights from the top events of the month. Continue reading
French publisher Le Monde has been a prominent CoveritLive user for many years and their custom implemenations of CiL are some of the best and most successful experiences out there. Check out this case study to learn about the variety of use cases that Le Monde utilizes, including their unique home page, expanding window for highlighting breaking news events.
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 >>
The month of January saw CoveritLive users join the second-most live events in a single month since the self-service model launched in July 2012. This installment’s infographic presentation explores January's events that were highlighted by the Golden Globe and Grammy Awards, the NFL Playoffs, Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash, winter weather coverage and more. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.
The past week in Social TV provided some great second screen experiences that comprise the current edition of the CoveritLive Social TV rankings. This week’s top five features live news reporting from Paris, the NFL’s Thursday Night Football, the Australian Rules Football draft, a marquee boxing match and live updates from the most recent Formula 1 race. Read More…
Following a one-week layoff the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings are back with a double dose of highlights from the biggest CiL events of the last two weeks. The NFL’s Thursday Night Football second screen experience, a pair of events by Bild.de and two America’s Cup racing entries headline the top five from the two-week period.
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.
The stretch run of a high-profile murder case in the United States headlined the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings for the second time in three weeks. American second screen viewers were intrigued and informed by Yahoo’s coverage of the George Zimmerman trial last week, while French viewers were highly-engaged in live coverage of the unrest in Egypt and others were entertained during the 10th stage of the Tour de France.