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Social & TV: the perfect match?

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  • Television (& the 30” advertising spots) were announced dead many times in the last 10 years…… in 2013, All types of people are consuming more (new) TV than 10 years ago ! But, certainly differently … 30” still exist combined with many opportunities

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  • 1. SOCIAL & TVTHE PERFECT MATCH?
  • 2. “The ability to share our reaction within seconds hascemented social media sites into the experience ofwatching our favorite shows”
  • 3. In the USA, the episode 9 of the3rd season of the HBO fantasyseries "Game of Thrones" hit241.700 tweets during the show,an incredible 172% increasecompared to an average episode(88.900 tweets). The last 10minutes of the show saw close to80,000 tweets.45% of peopleexpressedshock, often witha big “WTF?!”17% of theconversationwas posted in allcapital letters 13% of peoplewere devastatedby the episode7% said they willnever watchGoT again (we‟llsee about that)3% of GoT buzzcame from non-fans asking whathappenedSource: fizziolo.gy
  • 4. “On May 26 alone, there were in the US more than 2.3million TV-related tweets.That included over 600,000 for that nights NBA game,230,000+ for The Bachelorette and nearly 58,000 forArrested Development”
  • 5. Challenging the “new normal” …
  • 6. Traditional TV: More Time – (A little less) Reach(Source: CIM Audimétrie 3/2005 vs 3/2013)15-34200515-34201235+2005 35+2012Men2005Men2012Women2005 Women2012SG 1-42005SG 1-4201245%50%55%60%65%70%75%80%85%2:52:48 AM 3:21:36 AM 3:50:24 AM 4:19:12 AM 4:48:00 AM 5:16:48 AMDaily Reach %
  • 7. Facebook is a mass media5.200.000 profiles (socialbakers June „13)5.025.000 total unique visitors (comScore May „13)80% of Belgian internet users are on Facebook52% Women – 48% MenOver 66% return daily, over 85% return at least once a weekSources: socialbakers, comScore
  • 8. Recently, TV has partnered with onlinedevices for social and realtime experiences"Audio synching allows consumers to sync theirsmart phones or tablets to interact with a showand participate in:trivia, polls, quizzes, predictions, voting andmore."
  • 9. 60% of the Belgian owned a „Digital TV‟(Source: Multiscreen & Mobile Survey (MMS) – Havas Media Belgium 12/2012)Despite the penetrationof the newdevices, alternativeconsumption of linearTV is mainly watchfrom a „traditional TVset‟.But, opportunities of„media meshing‟ aremultiplied by theabundance of devices
  • 10. Multi-Tasking & Multi-Screen is not to be neglected(Source: Multiscreen & Mobile Survey (MMS) – Havas Media Belgium 12/2012)Second ScreenInteractivities linkedwith TV content aregrowingTraditional TV Sets arein competition withComputer and Tablets„Content‟ Portability totraditional TV Set isexpected
  • 11. Social&TV: Augmented• Snack, augmented, add-on content that adds value to large screen. Behind thescenes, VIP, Wikipedia, Twitter feeds, 360 Video, …
  • 12. Social&TV: Gamification• Playing along such as with Million Pound Drop UK, Intuitie in Holland, …
  • 13. Social&TV: Transmedia• Storytelling across multiple devices, platforms and format that can use second screen technologies"The future isnt either traditionalor digital: its a feedback loopbetween the two.Television fans want to getinvolved and be counted. Its howcreative we are in engaging thosefans - and keeping themconnected even as they moveaway from the traditional network- that will determine how potentand profitable we will be in thefuture."Kevin Reilly, President ofEntertainment, Fox Broadcasting
  • 14. Social&TV: Discover & disseminate• Facebook is driving new viewers to watch specific TV programs. Nearly half of the Internet usersresponding to a September 2012 Nielsen survey reported that they started watching a showbecause of opinions expressed on FacebookCredits: Prophets
  • 15. Social&TV: Communities & Conversationsa huge opportunity for building relationships with viewers
  • 16. Social&TV: Commerce• Being able to buy (micro payments). Satiate the need for consumer to impulse spend.
  • 17. “Second Screen Ad Injection systems willautomatically place interstitials and / or reward theviewer by sending exchangeable coupons or specialoffers which can be tracked from reception toredemption
  • 18. Twitter Ads
  • 19. Facebook introduces hashtagHere‟s why: It‟s all about the second-screen audienceIt‟s been Twitter‟s major pitch to advertisersto tack little hashtag addendums andcatchphrases onto the end of theircommercials.From there, a viewer can do a quick searchfor the hashtag to track conversation aboutthe ad and connect with other folks. Samewith TV marketersTwitter lets advertisers stick promoted tweetsfor their products in with those specifichashtag searches. Soon on Facebook
  • 20. Social & TV: The Voice Belgique & TVVV
  • 21. Social & TV: The Voice Belgique
  • 22. Social & TV: The Voice Belgique
  • 23. More Data
  • 24. “Data Mining from the second screen social activityand connected TV will change the game of TVmetrics. Web-style analytics will give data from theVOD servers, TV browser pages, TV and secondscreen apps and even the devices themselves.Facebook and Twitter posts related to TV theconsumer is watching can be tracked and sentimentmonitored on massive scale - which could be part ofthe new ratings.”
  • 25. Social & TV: Marcom OpportunitiesLeveraging the small screen duringbig live eventsIncentivizing ad engagementGamifying TV adsBridging a campaign‟s TV and digitalelementsSyncing e-commerce and socialrecommendations with TV contentSponsoring second-screen extrasSpurring social chatter with hashtagsEnabling real-time interactivity
  • 26. THANK YOU