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- via live blogging, chat and Social TV
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- around text, graphics, Twitter and more
- to audiences of 5 or 500,000
- on web, tablet, mobile and Facebook

The best in CoveritLive entertainment and pop culture

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TSN Live World Juniors Hockey chats

TSN Live World Juniors Hockey chats

A showcase event from June. Oakley utilized CoveritLive to live blog the Oakley Pro Bali. Oakley paired the blog with the live webcast of the ASP World Tour event

A showcase event from June. Oakley utilized CoveritLive to live blog the Oakley Pro Bali. Oakley paired the blog with the live webcast of the ASP World Tour event

Check out CoveritLive’s sponsorship of the International Bird Cam from last week

Check out CoveritLive’s sponsorship of the International Bird Cam from last week

Le Monde’s live blog coverage of the tensions in Egypt

CoveritLive samples of trial coverage from the courtroom

A look at a few notable CoveritLive implementations from the last week

Check out some of the best 2013 #NFLDraft implementations of CoveritLive. Second screen chats, blogs and Twitter tickers

French publisher LeMonde leveraging the CoveritLive API to provide a customized chat experience on all of their site’s pages

Yahoo has done an outstanding job of spreading information, dispelling fictitious reports and covering all of the latest around the Boston Marathon tragedy. They have used the CiL API to build a custom dashboard experience and a secondary iframe embed on an article page

Check out LeMonde’s unique CoveritLive API implementation on its homepage

Check out the CoveritLive March in review numbers in this month’s infographic

Check out the CoveritLive March in review numbers in this month’s infographic

"Yahoo Taiwan engaged with more than 1.4 million viewers during its coverage of four games during the 2013 World Baseball Classic"

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A look at a few implementations from the last week. Yahoo leverages the CiL API for Pope coverage and a pair of TV stations pair live video streams with their CiL live event