Surgery Live results
Filed under: cross-platform, interactive media, My Commissions, My Projects, new media, public service media, social networking | Tags: surgery, surgery live, the operation, twitter |
Initial results of experiment (see last post) looking promising. The Operation: Surgery Live hashtag showed up on the global trend radar. Tweets were the main source of live questions for the surgeon, mainly due to their concision. And loads of great feedback via Twitter, such as:
philroberts: #slive this could be one of the best models for twitter, live interactive feedback brilliant twitter was a great enhancement to the show
manpreet1: Surgery live on channel 4, and #slive, was a great use of a new format.
lisadevaney: #slive is trending. Nice job C4
8a22a: #slive is the 3rd top trend now.
bruceelrick: @littlesimon phew – it was an amazing show – #slive is now the 3rd most popular twitter trend!
philroberts: @charlesarthur did you watch the live surgery on c4 tonight used twitter to ask live questions took twitter by storm 3rd in trends #slive
bruceelrick: @wellcometrust it was a great success on twitter. #slive now 3rd most popular trend on twitter – pretty great achievement!
J_Dizzle_: just watched heart surgery live on channel 4, twitter questions and updates.. very well done. #slive
mjmobbs: #slive excellent, see you tomorrow, really enjoyed the Twitter and Live TV combination.
greenfourth: This sucks! I sooo want to get in on #slive but it’s only broadcast in the UK D:
Furgaline: What a brilliant way to educate people… #slive