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CoveritLive Weekly: Top five Social TV events (Nov. 26 – Dec. 2)
12/3/2012, 2:02 PM
By Spencer Kitley
After a week without a Thursday Night Football game due to the United States’ Thanksgiving Holiday, the NFL came storming back this week to claim the top spot as an eclectic blend of sports filled out the weekly CoveritLive Social TV top five.
The NFL’s Social TV coverage of TNF landed at the top of the weekly ratings and earned a spot in the top three for the 10th time this football season. This week’s Thursday night clash of the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons attracted an audience of almost 60,000 viewers to headline the week.
Yahoo India claimed the No. 2 position for the week with its live event coverage of the India vs. England cricket match in Mumbai. More than 42,000 viewers joined the conversation as England completed a memorable 10-wicket victory in the second Test of the series.
The NFL’s Chicago Bears claimed the third spot in the weekly rankings, marking the fifth time in six weeks that the Bears have landed in the CiL top five. The live game day event saw more than 23,000 viewers get social as the Bears took on the Seattle Seahawks.
Swedish publisher, Aftonbladet claimed the fourth position for the week with its live coverage of Formula One’s Brazilian Grand Prix. The fifth and final spot in this week’s ratings was owned by Yahoo Southeast Asia for its live soccer/football chat of the Philippines historic win over Myanmar that earned it a place in the AFF Suzuki Cup semifinals.
*The CoveritLive blog releases its weekly social TV rankings every Monday. The data for the ranking system is exclusive to events that are tied to a television broadcast and the viewer metric is defined as a reader that actively clicks into a CiL event.
Tags: SocialTV , Social_TV , NFL , F1 , Formula1 , Grand_Prix , Chicago_Bears , Yahoo_India , Cricket , Suzuki_Cup
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