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Title: Beyond the TV borders: Second screen as a tool for audience engagement
Author: Campelo, D.
Silva, T.
Abreu, J. F.
Keywords: Second screen
Audience engagement
Interactive TV
Participatory culture
Crossmedia strategies
Social TV
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: The growing popularity of mobile connected devices has transformed the way TV content is conceived and consumed. Interacting with these devices while watching TV is a trending behaviour that represents a challenge for the TV industry as this interaction often distracts viewers from the TV content. Consumers use the second screen to retrieve further information about narratives, characters, purchasing goods and researching on products and services advertised. In a scenario of systematic live and linear TV audience erosion and ad-skipping broadcasters, marketers and producers are continuously looking for new ways to leverage different media strategies to keep TV viewers engaged with the primary content, promoting consumers’ loyalty and generating more revenue flows. In this paper, a set of second screen cases was selected to ground a reflection on how second screen solutions may be applied to foster the viewer and consumer engagement.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-63321-3_7
ISBN: 978-3-319-63321-3
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