The Witspotter's Top TV Shows in Social Media The Witspotter's Top TV Shows in Social Media 7,372 views Tuesday, April 3 in MIP TV, our CEO Virginia Mouseler unveiled the results of our research on the social media response towards new TV shows in 2012. Tuesday, April 3 in MIP TV, our CEO Virginia Mouseler unveiled the results of our research on the social media response towards new TV shows in 2012. We thought you might want to have a look.
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Last week, we wrote about the social media campaign Paramount was using with the low-budget horror film, "Paranormal Activity." Although the goal of 1,000,000 requests for wide-release was met, the real test of the campaign's success came over the weekend. The results? Spectacular. The film expanded to 160 screens and averaged $49,379 per screen. That's the highest per-screen average ever for a film playing in more than 100 theaters. Paranormal Activity Rides the Social Web to Millions at the Box Office Paranormal Activity Rides the Social Web to Millions at the Box Office
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Updated: The Giant’s fourth-quarter victory help the Super Bowl become the biggest social TV event in history so far. Bluefin Labs says it counted 12.2 million social media comments, surpassing the previous all-time record high of 3 million held by the MTV VMAs. Trendrr said this year’s Super Bowl had approximately 5X the social activity over last year. The biggest social media moments of the Super Bowl The biggest social media moments of the Super Bowl