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How Twitter watches TV, or the Golden Globes go gaga over Glee

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On Sunday, January 16, 2011, we tracked tweets containing #goldenglobes and it told us a lot about how users watch TV together on Twitter. We thought we’d make it into a nice infographic. Click here to view the full size version of our 2011 Golden Globes infographic.

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January 18th, 2011 at 6:03 pm

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  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Hayes Davis and TweetReach, TweetReach. TweetReach said: New infographic on our blog! How Twitter watches TV (a.k.a. the Golden Globes go gaga over Glee) – http://bit.ly/faFFj5 [...]

  2. [...] departure and the show’s future. (In case you haven’t noticed, we really love what Twitter can tell us about how people watch television and what they think about their favorite [...]

  3. [...] we’ve tracked a lot of tweets about television, from special events like the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Super Bowl, to regular weekly episodes of many of your favorite shows. That’s [...]

  4. [...] year, we tracked tweets about the 2011 Golden Globe Awards. Glee dominated Twitter during last year’s show, generating the most retweets and highest [...]

  5. [...] 2011, TweetReach’s analysis of the Golden Globe Awards tracked nearly 300,000 Tweets with a reach of 31.5 million Twitter accounts and almost 400 million [...]

  6. [...] We watched for all mentions of Golden Globes and with close to 1 million tweets from almost 300,000 contributors generating over 2.2 billion impressions, the results came in at three times the Twitter volume we saw in 2011. [...]

  7. [...] Golden Globes; this is the third year we’ve monitored tweets about the event (see our 2012 and 2011 coverage). This year, we’ve been tracking all the social media buzz before, during and after the [...]

  8. [...] 71st Annual Golden Globes aired last night, and we were there as usual in conjunction with mhCarter Consulting and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to help [...]

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