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.
As you cover the 2013 British Open Championship, check out the success that Sports Illustrated's Golf.com has enjoyed with its live blog/second screen coverage of PGA tournaments around the globe. CoveritLive provides Golf with the means to deliver real-time updates and scores to golf fans, live from all of the sport's tourneys and major championships.
Recent months have seen many high-profile criminal trials take center stage atop news headlines around the world, and CoveritLive has proven to be the preferred means for consuming live up-to-the-minute news reports from the courtroom. CiL has been utilized both as a complimentary second screen experience to televised trials, but also as the main source of live content in trials that prohibited cameras during the proceedings.
The last week in June has provided several major, compelling news stories in the United States. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions on several landmark cases and the commencement of the George Zimmerman Trial in Sanford, Fla. have created an appetite for information and CoveritLive has been there to feed the need. The SCOTUS Blog has once again provided up-to-the-minute live blogging of the Supreme Court’s decision and informed the masses, while Yahoo News has provided its own live chat around the rulings, syndicated SCOTUS’s coverage and provided excellent live blog coverage of the Zimmerman trial.
Growing up many American school children had the pleasure of reading one of famed fiction author Judy Blume’s books at one time or another. People.com’s recent CoveritLive chat with Blume allowed the author’s fans to connect with one of their favorite authors from their childhood or perhaps even an author they experienced with their own children.
The month of May proved to be another solid month for CoveritLive and this edition of our month-in-review takes a look at the key statistics and events from the month that was. This installment’s infographics presentation explores May’s events that were anchored by the Champions League final, severe weather coverage, NCAA postseason action and a hotly-followed Norwegian court case. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.
Last month, United States broadcaster, PBS aired a special Frontline broadcast about the grueling Syrian civil war called, “Syria Behind the Lines.” Following the broadcast, Time Magazine’s Syrian war chronicler, Rania Abouzeid joined filmmaker Olly Lambert and Syria Deeply co-founder Lara Setrakian in a live CoveritLive Q&A that was syndicated across PBS and Time’s web sites.
The fourth month of 2013 proved to be another strong performance month for CoveritLive and the sixth edition of our month-in-review takes a look at the key statistics and events from the month of April. This month’s infographics presentation showcases the month’s headline events that included live coverage of the Boston tragedy, Champions League and Europa League European football, the NFL Draft, the Masters golf tournament and the start of the Major League Baseball season. Here is a quick look at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.
The second month of 2013 proved to be yet another strong month for CoveritLive and the fourth edition of our month-in-review takes a look at the key statistics and events from the month of January. This installment’s infographics presentation takes a look at a month that was anchored by the 2013 Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, NBA All-Star Weekend and the United States State of the Union address. Here is a peek at key data and highlights from the top events of the month.