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Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
Second Screen Question
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Second Screen Question

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  • 1. Multi Platform Television Television
  • 2. The Question Which are the three mostsuccessful ever examples of crossplatform television programming, how did viewers participate and most importantly, what did they gain from the experience?
  • 3. What is multi-platform television?
  • 4. How we planned to answer the questionResearch what second screen artefactsalready existed Create a questionnaire Run a focus group depending on the answers from the questionnaire.
  • 5. Why Second Screen?
  • 6. The Questionnaires
  • 7. Questionnaire Results
  • 8. Million Pound Drop
  • 9. Million Pound Drop Focus Group
  • 10. Embarrassing Bodies
  • 11. Social Networking
  • 12. Conclusion

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