New and returning partnerships announced ahead of NAB 2018 include the entire ABC O&O, TEGNA, and COX Media groups, as well as AMC, Bravo, and MTV / VH1.
Megaphone TV’s live, interactive participation technology launched on Facebook Live and Periscope through a seamless integration with NowThis’ live coverage of the second Presidential Debate of 2016, held on Sunday, October 9th between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump at Washington University in St. Louis.
CBS San Francisco's KBCW rang in the start of the 2016-2017 NFL season with an audience "Face Off" poll. In light of the recent controversy surrounding 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, "Bay Area Nightbeat" gave the audience an opportunity to voice an opinion on who should be the starting 49er quarterback.
Megaphone's live interactive polling technologies were used in a live broadcast on WJLA's All-News station "NewsChannel 8" in Washington, DC. All audience members participated in a timely Presidential election poll, with Hillary Clinton beating Donald Trump. The lead changed hands several times through the poll window.
Viewers of the season 2 premiere (and finale) of AMC's "Better Call Saul" were immediately treated to a live special edition of "Talking Saul" with Chris Hardwick. In addition to a live viewer quiz, the home audience had a chance to directly particpate in the panel discussion with Jonathan Banks, Vince Gilligan, and Peter Gould. Show sponsor Acura also was the featured sponsor of all the show's interactive elements.