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Cross-device media: a review of second screening and multi-device television

Timothy Neate, Matt Jones, Michael Evans
2017 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
We discuss dual-screen usage over a variety of contexts in the connected home, with a focus on 'designed' dual-screen experiences such as companion applications.  ...  Cross-device media: a review of second screening and multi-device television. This is the accepted version of the paper. This version of the publication may differ from the final published version.  ...  [38] consider a concept for unifying numerous TV-focused social media feeds into one manageable feed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-017-1016-2 fatcat:zvmsm7slrrcppm56oxjv3muhxm

Out of the box selection and application of UX evaluation methods and practical cases

Marianna Obrist, Hendrik Knoche, Santosh Basapur
2013 Proceedings of the 11th european conference on Interactive TV and video - EuroITV '13  
Next to a general understanding of UX evaluation and available methods, we will provide concrete UX evaluation case examples and hands-on exercises.  ...  Participants will be engaged in a reflection on the practical use of methods, connected problems and challenges.  ...  FANFEEDS: evaluation of socially generated information feed on second screen as a TV show companion. In Proc. EuroiTV '12. ACM, NY, USA, 87-96. Design and Media Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2465958.2465983 dblp:conf/euroitv/ObristKB13 fatcat:ybss3tivprglrl2xthn4zp24ae

"I've been manipulated!"

Tom Feltwell, Gavin Wood, Kiel Long, Phillip Brooker, Tom Schofield, Ioannis Petridis, Julie Barnett, John Vines, Shaun Lawson
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
Motivated by arguments that 'second screening' practices offer opportunities to engage viewers with issues of political concern, we describe the design and evaluation of two smartphone apps that facilitate  ...  The recent proliferation of a reality TV genre that focusses on welfare recipients has led to concerns that prime-time media experiences are exacerbating misconceptions, and stifling critical debate, around  ...  This assumption is based on observations that the casual practice of real-time "second screening", such as engaging with a Twitter #hashtag about a TV show whilst attempting to simultaneously watch the  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3025833 dblp:conf/chi/FeltwellWLBSPBV17 fatcat:6crwpbaf25eqpiq3omuhxmzgui