The World Cup of the Decade was hosted by Pointless’ Richard Osman and starring the likes of Alex Brooker and Lorraine Kelly.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 wanted to do something that was the first of its kind on television; they wanted to generate a live social vote during a primetime ad break.
Channel 4 wanted to drive engagement from the audience at home for their brand new show – The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan.
UK broadcaster C4 used never.no’s audience engagement platform Bee-On to generate a live social poll and feed with the graphics being run by Storm Broadcast.
For the British Soap Awards, Channel 4 and Lime Pictures ran a live social media competition giving viewers the chance to win a tasty treat from Domino’s Pizza.
Never.no partnered with Manning Gottlieb and Specsavers to deliver an award-winning innovative TV advertising campaign that ran across multiple UK networks.
Channel 4 used Never.no’s audience engagement platform Bee-On to run an interactive campaign for VisitScotland.
Channel 4 used Never.no’s social moderation platform Bee-On to engage audiences and include social media content in the World Para Athletics Championships broadcast.
Channel 4 partnered with Never.no to run an interactive ad break takeover for 20th Century Fox’s new Alien Covenant movie during Gogglebox.
Channel 4 engaged viewers of Crufts, the world’s premier dog show, by using Never.no’s Social TV platform Bee-On as a way to let the audience share content on air.