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Adobe Digital Index Data on College Football Social Buzz

Adobe Digital Index Data on College Football Social Buzz - Sports Techie blog.

Adobe Digital Index Data on College Football Social Buzz – Sports Techie blog.

Adobe Digital Index Data on College Football Social Buzz

College football began play yesterday and the Sports Techie community blog chatted about the Adobe Digital Index (ADI) most social fan followed teams list, stats and insights with Joe Martin, Senior Analyst, Adobe Digital Index. Each online cheer or boo for a favorite team, coach and player is measured in this season’s preview as social engagement Big Data. Martin discussed Adobe Social calculations and the number of mentions, page likes, followers, and positive sentiment generated by blogs such as ours, and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, along with other high traffic, popular and niche social platforms...

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NFL Ranks Number One In New Adobe Index Report Social Buzz Data

NFL Ranks Number One In New Adobe Index Report Social Buzz Data - Sports Techie blog

NFL Ranks Number One In New Adobe Index Report Social Buzz Data – Sports Techie blog

NFL Ranks Number One In New Adobe Index Report Social Buzz Data

The Adobe Digital Index team compiled new National Football League social buzz data in an Infographic that confirms the NFL is firmly at the top of all American team sports, accumulating over 5 million mentions by the end of August. Fans in stadium, at their mancave and those out-and-about using their mobile technology devices, will all be locked into their second screens rooting on their favorite teams, players and fantasy football squads, while dissing the team, players and officials they dislike the most, all game and weekend long, during the NFL and college football opening Labor day extended weekend...

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FIFA World Cup Brazil Online Video and Social Data Via Adobe

Adobe shared its latest data set of World Cup insights and statistics with the Sports Techie community blog,

Adobe shared its latest data set of World Cup insights and statistics with the Sports Techie community blog,

FIFA World Cup Brazil Online Video and Social Data Via Adobe

Today, the day after Germany defeated Argentina to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final match, Adobe shared its latest data set of World Cup insights and statistics with the Sports Techie community blog, including numbers reflecting online video viewing, social media buzz and World Cup sponsors activity. The custom Adobe Digital Index (ADI) report follows up our previous World Cup buzz blog. This post-World Cup data analyzed over 2...

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World Cup Social Buzz Data From Adobe

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others

World Cup Social Buzz Data From Adobe

Adobe Digital Index released social media data and insights around pre-World Cup buzz and sentiment across Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Disqus, among others. The proprietary global report and graphics looked at 69+ million social mentions in 230 countries and territories around the world to identify conversation trends across regions, teams and players compiled by Joe Martin, Adobe manager and analyst, at ADI. The Sports Techie community blog spoke to Joe about their 2014 FIFA World Cup Big Data numbers and analysis.

World Cup is the most social sporting event in history

World Cup is the most social sporting event in history

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Adobe is TV Everywhere because of Primetime Pass 2.0

Adobe Pass 2.0 for TV Everywhere

Adobe is TV Everywhere service because of Project Primetime and the new 2.0 version of their Pass authentication Solution. Pass 2.0 is available for 98 percent of payTV households to use when authenticating their accounts in order to instantly watch premium sports content on nearly any device. The London 2012 Olympics on NBC, NCAA March Madness, Euro 2012, and the NBA Playoffs, all used Adobe Pass for verification, as will the new Pac-12 channel, and others this fall.

Adobe makes verification seamless, simple and secure for their 150 cable and satellite PayTV providers, 40 web sites and mobile application customers, and 25 different programmers. Adobe Pass customers include: Turner, CNN, TNT, ESPN, FOX,  MTV, Disney, Hulu, and NBCU...

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London 2012 ‘Digital Games’ BBC and Adobe’s Project Primetime

Adobe and the BBC deliver the 2012 Olympic Games to the connected UK via Primetime

The London 2012 ‘Digital Games’ just moved into the clouds for the BCC as they are now the first public user of Adobe’s Project Primetime. Project Primetime functions with live and video on demand (VOD) and is the first fully integrated technology platform across connected devices and the Internet, which will be streaming these 2012 Olympics in the UK. Project Primetime provides a single, end-to-end workflow.

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The amount of Olympic mobile and web content the BBC will transmit and receive over the events 17 days to millions of smartphones, tablets, computers and connected TV’s; will break all previous records and then some, requiring a unified video platform and single pu...

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NBC Olympics and Adobe launch new Olympics Mobile Apps

NBC Olympics Live Extra App on a tablet by Adobe

NBC Olympics and Adobe launch new Olympics Mobile Apps. Today, NBC Olympics launched two mobile apps for the London 2012 Olympic Summer Games, marking the first time in Olympics history that viewers are able to access the games directly from their smartphone and tablet devices. The entire Olympics mobile experience is powered by Adobe, enabling NBC to create, deliver, authenticate, monetize and measure the Olympics across mobile devices.

WATCH: Adobe and NBC Olympics Launch Apps for 2012 Olympic Games – Youtube video: http://youtu.be/uNLh85pKLw4.

Sports Techie will have two apps to use as a second screen during these Summer Games:

  • NBC Olympics Live Extra – Viewers can live stream more than 3,500 hours of content, including all 32 sports, ...
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StreamAMG Streams RFEP OK Liga TV, Premier League and European Basketball Leagues

StreamAMG partners with RFEP, Spain’s Hockey Federation to launch OK Liga TV, the first video subscription platform with live streaming content in this sport in Spain.

StreamAMG Streams RFEP OK Liga TV, Premier League and European Basketball Leagues - Sports Techie blog.

StreamAMG Streams RFEP OK Liga TV, Premier League and European Basketball Leagues – Sports Techie blog.

Fans throughout Europe are consuming online sports over the StreamAMG online video platform as just happened for the RFEP, Spanish Hockey Federation. The RFEP partnered to launch a video subscription, pay-per view platform, and new OKliga TV, allowing roller hockey fans the real-time opportunity to engage with the club by digital and social media means using their mobile devices in Spain or anywhere across the world...

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NBA Digital Delivers Record Breaking Finals Streaming

NBA TV’s postgame coverage for The Finals averaged a record 258,000 viewers for the seven-game Cavaliers/Warriors series.

NBA TV’s postgame coverage for The Finals averaged a record 258,000 viewers for the seven-game Cavaliers/Warriors series.

NBA Digital Delivers Record Breaking Finals Streaming

The 2016 NBA Finals delivered by NBA Digital provided record-setting numbers across all platforms. The extensive NBA and Turner Sports coverage of the NBA Finals delivered a record 1.4 billion videos around the world between the NBA.com web site and NBA App, surpassing last season’s record set during the Finals. Basketball sport content published via NBA TV, NBA on TNT and NBA.com’s Facebook and Twitter accounts generated a record one billion social media million impressions for this year’s NBA Finals, up 68% over last year’s previous high. During Sunday’s Game 7 postgame press conferences, there were a total of 4...

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NBA Finals 2015 Sets New Global Streaming Records

NBA Digital Delivers New Records During 2015 NBA Finals.

NBA Digital Delivers New Records During 2015 NBA Finals.

NBA Finals 2015 Sets New Global Streaming Records

The 2015 NBA Finals streamed a global record 336 million videos over NBA.com, NBA Mobile and GameTime app during the six game championship series between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. Congratulations to NBA Digital for touching this many people around the globe. Each of their multimedia tech platforms such as NBA TV saw notable audience growth. The Sports Techie blog readers and followers can learn more about Turners Sports part in the advancement of sports technology at this link, here. Tonight is the NBA draft and fans all over the world will be connected to the live event as they did for the NBA Finals across the NBA Digital platform.

NBA.com & NBA Mobile Net Record 336 Million Video Views During NBA Finals; Mobile Video Views Up 75% Over Last Year

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