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.
Five American sporting events swept the top five spots last week in the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings. A pair of NFL game day implementations landed in the top five, while a specialty PGA event, collegiate football and live coverage of UFC 166 leapt into the fray.
After a week that featured a variety of second screen usages two weeks ago, this past week saw a quintet of different sporting events fill out the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings. The NFL Network once again anchored the rankings, while international boxing and racing accompanied local NFL coverage and a marquee college football live blog.
The NFL and the NFL Network claimed a spot among the top five for the fourth consecutive week and they own the top spot for the third time during that span. The network’s Thursday Night Football second screen social stream saw more than 280,000 viewers interact with the dashboard experience’s social content.
This week’s CoveritLive Social TV weekly rankings look very similar to last week’s chart, as NFL football, America’s Cup Racing, Australian Rules Football and reality TV took center stage.
The NFL and the NFL Network posted their third-straight Thursday Night Football event with an audience in excess of 300,000 viewers this week. The audience of more than 321,000 followed the social conversation as the San Francisco 49ers rolled past the St. Louis Rams, 35-11.
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.
This week we bring you a special edition of the CoveritLive weekly Social TV rankings that is a bit of a departure from previous editions. Last week, interested readers from all around the world took notice of the events in Syria and many Swedish readers joined CiL events as United States President Barack Obama visited Sweden to discuss the Syria situation and other issues.
After a one week hiatus the weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings are back and a trio of events headlines the top five events of the week. A German political debate, a pair of Australian Rules Football match days and live coverage of the Champions League draw blanketed the ratings.
German publisher, Bild’s live coverage of the television debate between Chancellor Angela Merkel and challenger Peer Steinbrück claimed the top spot in the Social TV rankings. An audience in excess of 900,000 viewers joined the conversation during the political debate to share their own thoughts and opinions and to read what experts were saying about the event.
The weekly CoveritLive Social TV rankings were dominated by two sites this week with the Australian Football League’s AFL.com notching three spots in the rankings and Spain’s Actividades Digital’s properties landing the remaining two spots.
The Australian Football League’s AFL.com landed in the top five for the 11th time in the last 12 weeks with its Live Saturday and Sunday football coverage that captured the first and third spots in the ratings, while the Hawthorn vs. Collingwood live event landed in the fifth position. The AFL’s Saturday coverage last week attracted more than 97,000 viewers, while its Sunday coverage entertained more than 52,000 viewers. The live event for the Hawthorn vs. Collingwood match captured the fifth spot with more than 25,000 viewers.