Vidpresso Showcases Social Media

April 10, 2013   |   filed under Broadcast, Interaction, Participation, Social Media, Television

In the ever expanding market of social media visualization, broadcasters and event planners have been using Vidpresso for nearly a year to help make their content more interactive and participatory. The web service is easily integrated into television programs and events at a reasonable price point. For a monthly fee and some off-the-shelf software, the service aggregates social content from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram based on keywords and hashtags through a web application. In turn, that information is pushed onto the screen with just a few simple clicks. Broadcasting units as small as local TV stations and as big as Anderson Cooper's new talk show Anderson LIVE have been using the service. Vidpresso has impressed critics as well, recently earning a Mario Award from TVTechnology. To learn more go to Vidpresso
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