During the Corona Virus crisis Storyvault Films remotely produced Portrait Artist of the Week for Sky Arts and used Bee-On to integrate advanced graphics and audience generated content into a Facebook Live stream.
The Social is produced by Bell Media bringing a fresh, daily perspective on up-to-the-minute news, pop culture, and lifestyle topics that matter most. A socially interactive series, The Social incorporates viewer feedback and conversation through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more.
ABC harnessed the Bee-On software to bring genuine audience interaction to their weekly #QandA show, and to get the audience involved with political debates.
A brand new initiative for the 2019 tournament, Wimbledon Coffee Morning was a chance for tennis fans to join in the conversation.
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.
Canadian Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) led the political conversation in Canada by inviting viewers to share their thoughts during The Democracy Project.
Australian broadcaster SBS has celebrated Eurovision audiences with fan commentary included as part of its coverage of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.
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.
SBS used Bee-On to manage viewer-generated social content for their broadcast of the 41st Annual Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.
US broadcaster NBC used Bee-On to generate dynamic ad spots for the ‘LEGO Jurassic World Secret Exhibit’ show.