Posts Tagged ‘watching’

Foursquare + Television = Philo

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

If you love using Foursquare to “check in” at various locations around the city, AND if you love watching TV and discovering new shows, then you will probably enjoy Philo. The goal of Philo is to make television viewing more social. People who install the app tell others in their network when they have “tuned in” to a particular show. Then, they can comment on the show with others in their network in real-time, much like Twitter. It’s a great way to discuss television content and discover new shows. Shows that you watch are shared across the network and on other social sites like Facebook. Check out the article on Mashable about the app where you can read about additional features and view screenshots. Happy viewing.

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Public Parc: Time Spent Watching Video

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Our free e-newsletter is distributed every first Tuesday of the month. Included in each issue is the “Public Parc,” a forum for discussing different topics pertaining to sales, marketing, video, and social media. Subscribers to the newsletter and readers of the blog are encouraged to get involved in the discussion by posting their comments here. You can also post your thoughts on Twitter, using the hashtag #PublicParc. Here is this month’s Public Parc discussion:

In your estimation, how much time per day do you usually spend watching online video?

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