The Role of Social Media in Television
To be presented at this year’s ARF Re:Think Summit
MARCH 23 – 26 2014
MARRIOTT MARQUIS, NYC
The Role Of Social Media In Television Discovery And
At last year’s ARF Audience Measurement 8.0 the Council for Research Excellence
(CRE) unveiled the results of a major new research initiative that provided a unique
understanding of consumer behavior about social media and television viewing.
Have more viewers become TV super
connectors over the past 18 months?
What programming generates the
highest level of social engagement?
Is social media most engaging for
regular viewers or for new viewers?
How impactful is social media in
bringing new viewers to television?
Keller Fay Group
Senior Vice President,
Want to know the Business Results and
Takeaways from these studies?
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March 23-26, 2014
Marriott Marquis, New York City
1535 Broadway (between 45th & 46th)
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