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Convergence Presentation (No Video) Cuppa Tea(m)


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I had to remove the 2 videos, to upload it to slideshare. They are slide 7, and 20. 7 is of Twitter on TV, and 20 is scrolling through the BBC Sandy Liveblog. No references given yet... And the font has changed!

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Convergence Presentation (No Video) Cuppa Tea(m)

  1. 1. Second-Screening
  2. 2. 75%Of Brits watch TV with a second device to hand.
  3. 3. 48%Are using social networks.
  4. 4. 24%Use social media for TV recommendations.
  5. 5. 12%12% of people say "theyve turned on their TV just because of something theyve seen on social media”.
  6. 6. 1 in 6British adults intend to buy a tablet this year.
  7. 7. “zeebox is your TV sidekick – an interactivesecond screen that makes TV more social,clever, and fun.” - zeebox
  8. 8. • See what your friends are watching, and invite them to watch with you• Chat, share and Tweet around shows• Get information on virtually anything talked about on TV with our handy live zeetags• Play along with shows, follow celebrities, or get live stats for big sporting events• Easily buy products you see on screen (Zeebox FAQ)
  9. 9. “The emergence of Twitter as a source forbreaking news, and the speed at whichinformation is disseminated on the network,is placing further strain on establishedjournalistic practices.” (Hermida, 2012)
  10. 10. “Social media questions the individualistic,top-down ideology of traditional journalism,subverting journalism’s claim to a monopolyon the provision of everyday publicknowledge.” (Hermida, 2012)
  11. 11. “Twitter has also been adopted as amechanism for user-generated content,tapped by news organizations for gatheringeyewitness reports as events unfold in real-time.” (Hermida, 2012)
  12. 12. "Its a complete social ecosystem." (Anthony Rose, BBC)
  13. 13. “In 2011, 1.94 billion TV and radio programmerequests were made on iPlayer across allplatforms in the UK, its highest number ever.” (
  14. 14. “While 2011 was a remarkable year for BBCiPlayer across the board, the real story was thegrowth of iPlayer on TVs, mobile phones, andtablets, outpacing PC growth many times over,” (Daniel Danker from the BBC,
  15. 15. on“The pea k viewing time for iPlayer .the iPad is moving closer to linear TV ingIn o ther words, People are ustablets as TVs.” (