The NFL Draft once again proved to be one of the brightest stars of 2015 to-date, for CoveritLive users utilizing live blogs, live chats and the platform’s robust social aggregation tool to cover the draft’s first night. The draft’s opening night attracted coverage from NFL team sites, broadcasters, news organizations and fan sites. 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
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In a year that has seen many CoveritLive experiences shine bright, the NFL Draft proved to be one of the brightest stars of 2014 to-date. In this week’s special NFL Draft edition of the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings, the draft put up stats as impressive as those that Jadeveon Clowney, Blake Bortles and Sammy Watkins posted in their decorated collegiate careers.
The three-day event attracted coverage from NFL.com, NFL team sites, broadcasters, news organizations and fan sites. In total, just over 100 CiL experiences were hosted as 1.5 million viewers joined the social experiences to learn which players landed on their favorite teams.
Viewers that participated in the draft’s top-three live experiences engaged with the page for an average of 45 minutes per-visit.
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…
After a few weeks off, the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings are back with five second screen experiences from last week that include a trio of NFL football events. This week’s events also include Champions League football and live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s funeral.
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…
This week’s edition of the CoveritLive Social TV rankings features four marquee sporting events and live coverage from MTV’s European Music Awards. The National Football League once again claimed the top spot, while the Chicago Bears nailed down a position along with a pair of World Cup Qualifier experiences and the music awards. Read More…
After a week that featured a variety of new events from around the world, this week’s edition of the CoveritLive Social TV rankings comes with a heavy Swedish flare. European football in Sweden notched three spots in the top five, while the NFL maintained a spot in the ratings and F1 racing earned a place for the second straight week.
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.