LfM study: Social TV and Second ScreenProf. Dr. Klaus Goldhammer, Dr. Florian Kerkau, Moritz Matejka, Jan Schlüter (March 2015)

Social TV – current use patterns, prospects, consequences. Social TV channels offer the possibility to exchange opinions, search for and spread information, but also to get orientation and contact with other users. Study for the  Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia (LfM).

  • Executive Summery of the study Social TV

    16 pages

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  • Book Social TV

    274 pages, 112 tables/charts

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    The publication can be purchased for a fee from VISTAS.

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