Social TV and Trending Topics: What's Hot Right Now
Media executives convened at the annual UBS media conference this week to discuss the changing TV industry.
Pelo has plans to integrate the GetGlue community of 'superfans' across its own app and apps it's built with partners like AOL and Nintendo.
The TV check-in service has a new suitor that plans to use its active fans to help engage the far larger crowd of social TV lurkers.
Word of mouth about fall's new shows turned out to line up pretty well with early viewing -- with a few exceptions.
Unfortunately for some of these much-discussed shows, not all word of mouth is created equal.
Fox's 'Dads' drops out of our top 10 and is replaced by...
Comcast subscribers will be able to watch and record NBC Universal shows on their set-top boxes by clicking a "See It" button inside tweets.
Meredith Parker, a 23-year-old sales rep, wants to see her favorite TV show live -- because of the social-media frenzy that surrounds it.
Instead of how many people tweet about a TV show, Nielsen and Twitter are trying to tell you how many people actually saw those tweets.
You might expect us to mean chatter in social media, but we're trying something different today: We're listening in the "real" world.
Viewers watching smart TVs can just hit a button to engage with their shows, said David Preisman, VP-interactive television at Showtime.
One already-controversial new sitcom is surprisingly gaining steam on TVGuide.com's Watchlist, which is building a solid predictive record.
A community of passionate TV fans are most excited about tuning into this shortlist of shows.
Last month Ad Age asked for your help updating our chart of key players in social TV. Today, the result.
As CBS buys TV Guide Digital, it's time to refresh our view of social TV. Help us create the fourth version of the Ad Age/Trendrr chart.
Viewers may be latching onto familiar names at this point -- like "Robin Williams." That's exactly as networks intended.
Music's most famous one-year-old, Blue Ivy Carter, also managed to trend this week -- for no better reason than having famous parents.
Events in Boston overwhelmed all other Twitter trends this week, but pop culture retained its presence to a perhaps surprising degree.
Of course "Mad Men" and Margaret Thatcher trended. But the ouster of JC Penney's CEO?
The guy who wrote the book on social TV explains what's changed since.