Never.no teamed up with Grabyo to deliver a multi-platform interactive programme for Australia’s Network 10. Using Bee-On’s voting and polls capabilities, the social producer was able to moderate, aggregate and publish poll results captured from Facebook Live comments during ad breaks.
Vizrt, the world’s leading provider of software-defined visual storytelling tools for media content creators, have just announced Viz Social, powered by our social moderation engine at the centre of the cloud-based solution.
The World Cup of the Decade was hosted by Pointless’ Richard Osman and starring the likes of Alex Brooker and Lorraine Kelly.
Vauxhall wanted to capitalise on the community banter that accompanies transfer rumours by setting up fan polls between teams that were vying for a player’s signature.
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.
The National Lottery Good Causes Awards were a chance to recognise and celebrate Lottery-funded projects.
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.
Never.no partnered with Viacom UK to facilitate live audience voting and dynamic show bumper rendering during MTV’s new show ‘True Love or True Lies’.
Never.no worked with DLD for the 13th digital execution of Big Brother for Africa Magic. The project saw the live inclusion of over 11 million audience messages.