Social kingpin Facebook, aiming to lubricate the way people connect to their fave entertainment content, is adding detailed info on TV shows, movies and celebs to its website and apps through a pact…
Social change is the name of the game at Participant, which has been producing issue-oriented features and docus since it was founded in 2004.
Measuring viewing interest and passion for television shows via social media was a big topic in 2012.
Don't look now, Twitter, but Facebook is treading on your TV territory.
A broad consortium of TV station groups have banded together for what may be the most ambitious effort yet to establish a dominant brand in the sprawling social-TV space.
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