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Who’s Tweeting About TV? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Who's Tweeting About TV? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Who’s tweeting about television?

Well, Americans, for one – some 36 million people in the U.S. sent 990 million tweets about television in 2013.

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Breaking Bad And The Walking Dead Were The Most Talked About Shows On Twitter In 2013 [STATS]

Breaking Bad And The Walking Dead Were The Most Talked About Shows On Twitter In 2013 [STATS]

Nielsen has released its official Twitter TV ratings for 2013, which look at the shows with the biggest buzz on the social network over the past 12 months.

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Top 10 Tweeted-About TV Shows Last Week [STATS]

Top 10 Tweeted-About TV Shows Last Week [STATS]

Nielsen’s new Twitter TV ratings officially launched this week, a Twitter companion to the company’s standard television viewership stats that quantify the number of users who post and view tweets about popular TV shows in real time.

The new data is instructive about what shows are most tweeted about, when people tweet during TV shows, and how many impressions each tweet gets.

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Buzz Of Twitter’s Top TV Shows Doesn’t Sync With Actual Viewers (And Vice Versa) [STUDY]

Buzz Of Twitter's Top TV Shows Doesn't Sync With Actual Viewers (And Vice Versa) [STUDY]

Sunday Night Football, The Big Bang Theory and NCIS are amongst the most popular shows on U.S. television, with millions and millions of viewers.

But on Twitter, they hardly warrant a mention. Instead, all the discussion resolves around Breaking Bad, The Voice and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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