Tag: Social TV Rankings

The Top Ten Social TV Networks in June 2016

The ranking, which includes all television shows and the main network brand accounts, reflects a total of nearly 600 million social actions across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and YouTube. Engagement for TV networks increased 5.5 percent compared to May. Engagement from video content grew 13 percent month-over-month and represents 31 percent of the total social […]

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How Orange is the New Black Wins Social

by Jack Weinstein Orange is the New Black, which airs season 4 on Friday, has been the most-engaged streaming TV show on social since it premiered in July 2013. And during that time, the gap between it and the next most-engaged streaming TV show has only widened. The Netlfix hit about life inside a women’s […]

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The Top SNL Host on Social

by Matthew Chernov Television changed forever on October 11, 1975, when John Belushi said the words “ I would like to feed your fingertips to the wolverines .” It was the first sketch of the first episode of NBC’s late-night comedy series Saturday Night Live, and audiences had never seen anything like it. After nearly […]

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Shareablee Ranks Top Ten TV Networks in February 2016

TV Network video engagement grows 18 percent; Velocity sees largest growth in February NEW YORK , March 17, 2016 / PRNewswire / — Shareablee Inc. , the leading social media benchmarking and audience analysis firm that partners with TV and cable networks CBS, NBC, ESPN, Univision, FOX News and CNN, among others, today released a […]

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Scream Queens Wins New Fall TV Show on Social

by Marc Berman Ten weeks into the current TV season (through Nov. 30), Fox’s Scream Queens demonstrates the growing importance of social media. The Ryan Murphy dramedy tops the broadcast network newbies with more than 12.8 million total actions (post-level likes, shares, favorites, retweets and comments) on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Taking a page from […]

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Winter/Spring 2015Television Social Wrap-Up

Shareablee has conducted an analysis from January 1 to May 31, 2015 to measure which new winter and spring TV shows generated the most social engagement during their first season. The 2015 new U.S. Winter/Spring TV premieres garnered 44.6M total social actions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, a 175% growth over the total social actions […]

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Social Best Practices from House of Cards

Netflix’s hit original series, House of Cards , came out with a social bang during its debut week, capturing 47% more social engagement compared to its debut week in 2014. This growth is driven by a 45% increase on Facebook, 14% on Twitter and 134% on Instagram. See the social best practices that House of […]

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TV’s Fall Premiere Wrap Up

View Cynopsis’ exclusive release of TV’s Fall premiere rankings. Fall premieres have historically been one of the most anticipated TV seasons with a fresh new wave of social campaigns vying for audience attention. This season was the most social on record, with audience engagement up 109% across broadcast and cable compared to Fall 2013. TV […]

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