A brand new initiative for the 2019 tournament, Wimbledon Coffee Morning was a chance for tennis fans to join in the conversation.
Mammoth Graphics & Never.no partnered to gather and publish social media content for Tour de France coverage on ITV4.
RTE worked with Never.no to drive audience interactivity in the search for Ireland’s Greatest Sporting Moment.
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.
Fox Sports Australia uses never.no’s Social TV platform to power a number of interactive formats. Viewers can interact with Fox Sports News by sending in photos and comments via Twitter and Facebook.
Sprint used never.no’s Social TV Advertising platform, Sync, during TNT’s Wide Open coverage of NASCAR’s Coke Zero 400 in Daytona, Florida to power the world’s first real time Twitter-race during a sponsored segment.
Sky Sports F1 Show uses never.no’s Social TV systems to engage the viewers at home with the live studio.
Never.no and UEFA partner to deliver fan interaction for The Champions League Final at Wembley.
Heading in to one of the commercial breaks during NBATV’s Fan Night, the NBA cameras caught a Pacer’s fan playfully refusing to share his mint chip ice cream with his girlfriend. A viewer with the Instagram handle PRINCEKO_MOSHITCH snapped a picture of his TV screen and posted it on Instagram. The producers at NBATV quickly harvested the image using the never.no Interactivity Suite and presented it onair with some comedic commentary from former NBA superstar, Chris Webber.
Bell Media and TSN sports wanted to incorporate interactive elements in their broadcast of Canadian Football League’s Grey Cup.