Rio De Janiero

  • Anticipation Builds for 2016 Summer Olympic Games (Infographic)

    … By David Cohen on Jun. 1, 2016 - 5:00 PM The 2016 Summer Olympic Games start up in Rio de Janiero Friday, Aug. 5, and according to a recent survey by Facebook IQ, fans are excited. ‘Facebook IQ polled 14,731 people between the ages of 18 and 55, across 17 countries, and its findings included: 72 percent of respondents are enthusiastic…

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  • Snapchat, NBC Ink Olympics Content Pact

    … watch the Olympics on TV but a small fraction actually get to attend them in person. NBC Olympics president Gary Zenkel added: We have never allowed the distribution of any game highlights off NBC’s own platforms, (but Snapchat) really effectively reaches a very important demographic in the U.S. and is very important to our efforts to assemble…

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  • Snapchat Wins Olympic Gold Among Younger Millennials (Study)

    … By David Cohen on Apr. 29, 2016 - 11:00 AM When it comes to sharing content related to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, age group tends to dictate the platforms being used. A new study from “people-powered marketing platform” Crowdtap analyzed the Olympics viewing habits of 500 U.S. men and women, and it found that younger…

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  • The Olympic Flame Lights Up Twitter

    … The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero are fast approaching, and the Olympic flame is tweeting about it. Twitter U.K. head of sport Alex Trickett announced in a blog post that two Twitter accounts–@OlympicFlame and Portuguese-language @ChamaOlimpica—will enable fans to follow the Olympic torch on its journey from Greece to Brazil…

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  • The Mobile App 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Sponsors Should Create

    … are a few ideas that the International Olympic Committee should consider to make sure that every spectator medals in every event amidst the pomp, circumstance and chaos of Rio 2016. The IOC should make an “uber” application that pulls together many of the larger Olympic sponsors into a single app to deliver a cohesive Olympic-sized experience…

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