AllFacebook InsideFacebook InsideMobileApps InsideSocialGames SocialTimes LostRemote TVNewser TVSpy AgencySpy PRNewser MediaJobsDaily UnBeige

Posts Tagged ‘MTV awards’

The 5 Most-Tweeted-About Moments Of The 2013 MTV VMAs

Yesterday afternoon, Twitter unveiled an insight-packed recap of the 2013 Video Music Awards’ performance on social media.

Overall, almost unbelievably, last year’s VMAs had a peak at 98,307 tweets per minute (TPM), whereas this year’s peaked at 306,100 TPM during Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke’s controversial performance.

Read more

Mediabistro Course


BloggingWork with a content strategist to discuss your brand, creative content, or business through blogging! Starting January 15, McLean Robins will teach you how to design, promote, and maintain a blog, develop an audience, integrate social media platforms, and build connections with your community with link sharing. Register now!

MTV Video Music Awards’ Social Radar Captures The Event’s Social Media Buzz

Didn’t catch MTV’s 2013 VMAs last night?

The network’s innovative Social Radar hub has been tracking all the social media buzz around the event, including tweets, Vines, Instagram photos and videos, and articles from, so you can catch up from your own device.

Read more

Vote For The MTV Video Music Awards Using Vine, Twitter Or Instagram

For the first time ever, music fans can vote for MTV’s Video Music Awards using Vine videos and hashtags.

Leading up to and during the August 25 ceremony, social media users can weigh in on the Best Song of the Summer category using Vine, Instagram, and Twitter.

Read more

Want To Be A Twitterspondent At MTV’s Video Music Awards?

Do you plan to watch MTV‘s Video Music Awards on September 6? Well, wouldn’t it be more fun attending the event in person?

If you know your way around a #hashtag and can come up with the best entry, you could win a spot at the award show acting as a Twitterspondent!
Read more

Tweet Your ‘Best Hero’ Vote For MTV Movie Awards

This Sunday, June 3, Russel Brand will be hosting MTV’s 2012 Movie Awards. It’s sure to be full of hilarious hijinks – or completely annoying depending on what kind of comedy you like.

One thing that’s new and will be interesting to watch, is the Twitter voting segment that MTV seems to be testing out. While monitoring buzz on social networks is certainly nothing new, picking an award winner purely on Twitter votes is fairly cutting edge . . . and little whacky.
Read more