Opening Ceremony

  • Twitter Unveils Emojis for 2016 Paralympic Games

    … the Paralympic torch is still en route to the Maracana stadium for the Opening Ceremony Wednesday night, Twitter users can tweet with the #ChamaParalimpica and #Igualdade hashtags to power the torch and view heat maps of tweets from every region on the event’s official website. O revezamento da #ChamaParalímpica vai começar! A 1ª parada é em Brasília…

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  • Which U.S. Olympians Were Week One’s Instagram Medalists?

    … Aly Raisman had the most interactions on Instagram among U.S. Olympic athletes during the first week of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, while Michael Phelps gained the most followers and Lilly King saw the largest percentage increase in followers. Instagram provided SocialTimes with the following data from the day of the Opening Ceremony, Aug…

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  • Facebook Introduces Rio 2016 Features

    … the MSQRD application, which is available for iOS and Android. Finally, Facebook users will see a special greeting atop their News Feeds (pictured above), leading them to a page with Olympic content including search results, conversations, events and Facebook Live videos. The social network will do the same prior to the Aug. 21 Closing Ceremony. Facebook users: Are you ready for Rio 2016? …

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Facebook- 20 readers -
  • Rio 2016: Instagram Photos Illuminate Christ the Redeemer Landmark

    … an exclusive pocket show from Brazilian singer and Team Brazil ambassador Ivete Sangalo. Instagram said in a Facebook Media blog post by Christian Rôças, who works on entertainment partnerships in Latin America for Facebook, that the Christ the Redeemer stunt will be repeated for Friday’s Opening Ceremony, as well as for the Closing Ceremony of Rio 2016 Aug. 21. Readers: Are you ready for Rio 2016? …

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  • Facebook, Instagram Head to Rio 2016 With NBC Olympics

    … for the Games in Rio.” NBC Olympics and Facebook will also create a Social Command Center in Rio de Janeiro, where producers from the television broadcaster will help create Facebook Live content featuring commentators and athletes. A “full complement” of short-form videos will also be produced by NBC Olympics and be available via Facebook and Instagram…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Facebook- 31 readers -
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