Facebook, Twitter, and the pivot to original content: From social TV to TV on social
Keywords:Branding, Contemporary television, Liveness, Original programming
The next stage of social TV is here. Drawing on promotional discourses, I argue that Facebook and Twitter's shift from distributors of television network programming to their own original content is a natural extension of industry practice, but not a particularly meaningful development for fan participation and engagement.
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