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  • Social TV Keeps Viewers Engaged When Minds Might Wander, Study Says
    Wednesday July 04th 2012

    Media companies and marketers are watching the development of social TV closely. But when viewers constantly use their computers or mobile devices during their favorite shows, won’t they wind up seeing less of the show itself? Advertisers and TV networks shouldn’t worry, a new study suggests. Interacting with social media on a second screen makes viewers more engaged in programming than if they were watching alone without social media, according to the study by Time Warner Research Council. Instead of distracting viewers, it merely augments the way that they view TV.

  • Hot Docs 2012: Boxing Girls of Kabul
    Tuesday July 03rd 2012

    This year’s HotDocs Film Festival had a new award to be given out, the Inspirit Foundation Pluralism Prize. Awarded to a film in the Canadian Spectrum program that presented accessible perspectives of a belief system in such a way as to contribute to the development of mutual understanding, respect and inclusion among young people in society, the honour comes with a $10,000 prize for the filmmakers to continue with such outstanding work. Selected and presented by the Inspirit Foundation, the inaugural prize was awarded to a remarkable film, The Boxing Girls of Kabul.

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  • Social TV Keeps Viewers Engaged When Minds Might Wander, Study Says
    Wednesday July 04th 2012

    Media companies and marketers are watching the development of social TV closely. But when viewers constantly use their computers or mobile devices during their favorite shows, won’t they wind up seeing less of the show itself? Advertisers and TV networks shouldn’t worry, a new study suggests. Interacting with social media on a second screen makes viewers more engaged in programming than if they were watching alone without social media, according to the study by Time Warner Research Council. Instead of distracting viewers, it merely augments the way that they view TV.

  • Hot Docs 2012: Boxing Girls of Kabul
    Tuesday July 03rd 2012

    This year’s HotDocs Film Festival had a new award to be given out, the Inspirit Foundation Pluralism Prize. Awarded to a film in the Canadian Spectrum program that presented accessible perspectives of a belief system in such a way as to contribute to the development of mutual understanding, respect and inclusion among young people in society, the honour comes with a $10,000 prize for the filmmakers to continue with such outstanding work. Selected and presented by the Inspirit Foundation, the inaugural prize was awarded to a remarkable film, The Boxing Girls of Kabul.

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Archives for: July 20125
  • Social TV Keeps Viewers Engaged When Minds Might Wander, Study Says
    Wednesday July 04th 2012

    Media companies and marketers are watching the development of social TV closely. But when viewers constantly use their computers or mobile devices during their favorite shows, won’t they wind up seeing less of the show itself? Advertisers and TV networks shouldn’t worry, a new study suggests. Interacting with social media on a second screen makes viewers more engaged in programming than if they were watching alone without social media, according to the study by Time Warner Research Council. Instead of distracting viewers, it merely augments the way that they view TV.

  • Hot Docs 2012: Boxing Girls of Kabul
    Tuesday July 03rd 2012

    This year’s HotDocs Film Festival had a new award to be given out, the Inspirit Foundation Pluralism Prize. Awarded to a film in the Canadian Spectrum program that presented accessible perspectives of a belief system in such a way as to contribute to the development of mutual understanding, respect and inclusion among young people in society, the honour comes with a $10,000 prize for the filmmakers to continue with such outstanding work. Selected and presented by the Inspirit Foundation, the inaugural prize was awarded to a remarkable film, The Boxing Girls of Kabul.

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