Social media is more than just a digital refrigerator for TV and movies.
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A Hollywood reporter recently published a special social media survey conducted by market research firm Penn Schoen Berland. According to the report, THR said: “The oceans and the way Americans find and enjoy their free time are changing.”
According to the survey, 88% of respondents see social networks like Twitter and Facebook as a new form of entertainment.
Weekly online programming schedule
Networking and listening to music works for Generation C, and it’s all much more than the time spent watching a weekly movie or TV show.
– 8 hours: Visit social networking sites.
– 8 hours: Listening to music
– 7 hours: watch the full movie.
– 4 hours: watching old movies.
– 4 hours: watch short videos (like YouTube)
– 4 hours: instant message
How the network affects the choice of leisure time
The report found that 79% of connected TV viewers open Facebook while watching TV.
Polster Jon Penn says, “Social media is a collaborative tool that helps consumers do more activities in their free time by connecting with others and sharing their ideas.”
In addition, 83% surf the web while watching TV, and 41% tweet about the movies they watch.
When we look at the psychology of participation, the following state becomes clearer. Of all TV presenters, 76% are live and 51% think they and others can watch too.
Comedy, Reality-TV Add social and social media
Internet chat is a reality show for the web. This is a form of entertainment in itself. And, according to the polls, most people agree. When we look at the types of shows viewers can run when watching TV, comedy movies, reality shows, sports, and news are the top four.
Types of shows that people can usually post while watching TV:
26%: USB ratio
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Digital effects are often misunderstood, but they can be. Emotions evoke emotions or change behavior. Here we can see that Tweets about movies influence the behavior of his followers.
One in three people watches movies in the cinema because they read on social networks.
The report found that music and other entertainment for teens benefited from networking. For example, over 6% of respondents saw Paranormal Activity 3 as a result of online communication activities. One might think, based on psychological studies, that this kind of business is done in #FOMO (losing music) or in public testimonials.
network and theater?
Before seeing any movies in theaters during this time, viewers should sit in a small room reminding them not to use their phones during the show. In addition to the sound unnecessarily distracting other actors, the bright white screen draws attention as it illuminates a dark room.
After all, the conversation isn’t just about watching movies at home. Fifty-five percent of the directors had heard the news during the show. Actors and theater owners should keep in mind: the survey also found that the majority of young people between the ages of 18 and 34 agree that the use of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter when watching movies and theater will improve their experience. Almost half want to go to a theater that allows publishing and web browsing.
Penn says, “Millennials want their cinematic experience to replicate their media experience.”
The same cannot be said for all customers, although 75% of respondents said using a mobile phone would be an experience.