The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup was a cultural phenomenon during the month of June and into early July all around the world, but especially in the United States. Fans of all ages cheered on their countries and their favorite players throughout the tournament. Several publishers in the US created compelling storytelling experiences with CoveritLive that opened the doors to the team’s journey to their third World Cup title. 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 latest edition of CoveritLive was released today, delivering an all new set of fantastic features for users to utilize in live chats, live blogs, social streams and LiveContentWalls. The 3.30 release includes automated Instagram, verified Tweet filters, LiveContentWalls on Facebook, Pinning on LiveContentWalls and more. Continue reading
A few short weeks ago we blogged about broadcasters, publishers and sports organizations taking advantage of CoveritLive’s LiveScores functionality to enhance their live coverage of NFL and NCAA football games. The automated scoreboards have enjoyed widespread use over the first couple weeks of the season and they just got better. Beginning Friday, Sept. 13 a new grouping of NCAA LiveScores will be available that allows users to run a Top 25 scoreboard.
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 the defending NBA champion Miami Heat and four-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs prepare to lock horns in the 2013 NBA Finals, Fox Sports Florida is bringing the live social conversation to fans and Social TV viewers. The network’s site is leveraging a new CoveritLive ticker feed to deliver real-time social content and live scores in a well-designed engagement experience
The sixth-month journey to the baseball postseason is a long arduous trail, not only for the teams and fans, but also for the journalists and broadcasters covering the teams for the 162-game schedule. CoveritLive’s well-established tool set has always been the premier way to provide live real-time game coverage to baseball fans around the world, but the newest updates to CiL’s robust features make it easier than ever to engage with readers or viewers throughout the long season. Producers have always had the capacity to include a scoreboard within their event, however, the new LiveScores feature provides the ability to add live automated scoreboards. The LiveScores scoreboards are complete with team logos, a league scores ticker, batter/pitcher matchups, line score, base runner location, balls, strikes and outs, as well as last-play info.