The #FollowFriday Series highlights today’s up-and-coming, active and all-around noteworthy Twitter accounts the AudioAcrobat staff deems worthy of following; while at the same time peering deeper into the soul(-cial media) of each account and providing a brief-yet-informative analysis.
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In today’s post, we will dive deeper into the tweets of San Francisco-based social video startup, SnappyTV (@SnappyTV) and the Twitter accounts they have chosen to follow … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) behind a company whose technology allows anyone in the world to instantly share video clips from and during events which are streamed live.
Yep. That’s right, we just said it … “soulcial media”. We also said, “a company whose technology allows anyone in the world to instantly share video clips from and during events which are streamed live” in the same sentence.
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Featured #FollowFriday Twitter Account
@SnappyTV: Making TV & live Web streams Social, Mobile + Viral
More about SnappyTV
SnappyTV offers a robust suite of tools that enable organizations of all sizes to edit, share, and archive live video and TV programming completely within the cloud. The SnappyTV platform enables organizations to rapidly create, distribute and measure real-time promotional messaging delivered via social media channels. We estimate that two billion social media messages per month are related to content seen on TV. Messages are sent by the millions during prime time shows, live sports and breaking news. When you bring in social interactions around live streams, conferences and other events, this number undoubtedly grows exponentially. The problem is that users on Facebook and Twitter can’t see the video clips referenced.
Here you will find a list of 25 accounts @SnappyTV is following. They are all active users who we deem worthy of checking out, retweeting and following. Enjoy!
01 @davidmyun: I am head of products for a social TV company called SnappyTV
02 @LoveKrystelle: TV & Film Social Media Producer
03 @HellsKitchenFOX: The Official Twitter for Hell’s Kitchen on FOX
04 @hari: PBS NewsHour Correspondent/ Dir. Digital Partnerships
05 @chaztopher: Writer for Yahoo! Sports Shutdown Corner (NFL) + More!
06 @dam: Experience Design Developer At Adobe XD.
07 @snapcatpicks: Get instant highlights of live TV to share or embed
08 @mfolgs: Building SnappyTV
09 @robinsloan: Writer × media inventor
10 @rsarver: Director, Platform at Twitter
11 @weibel: Co-Founder and Creative Director of SnappyTV
12 @dickc: CEO at Twitter
13 @Joshmedia: Seed investor/serial entrepreneur
14 @ConanOBrien: The voice of the people. Sorry, people.
15 @tomcoates: founder of Product Club
16 @PGA_com: Golf. Official site of the PGA of America.
17 @jaybusbee: Writer/national columnist for Yahoo! Sports
18 @NewsOK: The Oklahoman/NewsOK.com is Oklahoma’s leading news organization
19 @4caddie: Golf’s Man Out Front
20 @JerryFoltzGC: former professional golfer and now Golf Channel commentator
21 @RexHoggardGC: Golf writer, 15 handicap that wishes he were a 6
22 @DaveShedloski: Golf World Magazine contributor, author + editor
23 @GeoffRussellGC: Executive Editor of Golf Channel
24 @Pete_Finch: Golf Digest Senior Editor
25 @jpnewport: golf columnist for Wall Street Journal
In summary, it looks as though @SnappyTV likes to follow Twitter users and accounts of SnappyTV team members, writers, editors, directors and basically anyone deeply rooted in TV and media. There’s also a close tie to the Golf Channel and other golf-related mediums and accounts…FORE!!!
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