CBC News used Bee-On for the daily show and specials to select live comments from Facebook, Twitter and email.
CBC wanted a way to incorporate viewer participation into its talkshow program ‘Power and Politics’.
Don’t Look Down Convergence Agency integrates WeChat into their programming, enabling the audience to send messages and engage with live polls.
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.
ITV used our on-air social engagement software Bee-On to manage the live integration of social content into their ‘Daytime’ programming.
For the segment ‘Azabu Provador’, QVC included Tweets sent in by viewers via their hashtag #qvcjp and Twitter handle @QVC_Japan. Using never.no’s Interactivity Suite QVC producers sourced incoming Tweets then selected and moderated the best ones to be ingested to the Vizrt graphics system for on-air playout.
TV Graphics Production Company used Never.no’s Bee-On to add social content to large display screens during summer music festivals.
Within ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’ show, Bee-On was used for the live collection and moderation of Oscars moments as they happened.
Never.no worked with NBCU/USA Network on their live, 2-night coverage of the 140th Westminster Kennel Club’s annual dog show at Madison Square Garden.
Comedy Central James Franco Roast Social Encore
The Social Encore aired immediately following the premiere, and included celebrity and at-home viewer social posts over 100% of each segment of the broadcast. (“Wall-to-wall” social)