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Perspective

Entertainment on Twitter: Start with the ones who've seen it 100 times

Marketing on Twitter? Start with the entertainment audience on Twitter, the tastemakers who shape the conversation about movies and TV.

Research

Why should advertisers add Twitter to their TV plan?

Twitter and TV together drastically enhances the live TV viewing experience and users feel much more engaged in the content that they are consuming, but using Twitter with your TV ad campaign can also have a significant positive impact.

Research

Twitter loves telly

People on Twitter love TV. From to , , , , and , Twitter loves telly in all of its varieties. New research delves into what people love about it and how they Tweet.

Research

The Women’s World Cup — A scoring opportunity for brands

Learn how brands and marketers can take advantage of the growing popularity of women’s football during the Women’s World Cup.

Research

Boost the effectiveness of your ads with synchronisation

Our latest study shows the high impact of ads broadcast simultaneously on TV and Twitter.

Research

Twitter changes the live TV sports viewing experience

New research shows how brands can gain greater engagement with sports fans by leveraging Twitter during live TV sporting events.

Perspective

Data doesn’t lie: Read how top brands use data to spot trends, read minds, and improve products

A closer look at ways that Brandwatch helps brands to pinpoint new markets, identify key pain points, reduce consumer friction, and improve product design.

Best in Class

Creativity at Cannes 2017

Take a look at a few Cannes 2017 award winners that used Twitter to great effect.

Case Study

SuperSport uses Twitter to give Euro 2016 fans exactly what they want

Read how premium sports TV network SuperSport used automation and video on Twitter to win share of voice and engagement during Euro 2016.

Case Study

How can a premium TV channel use a new series to increase brand recognition?

Learn how AMC Latin America scared up 25M impressions and built buzz around the new "Fear the Walking Dead" series.

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