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Finding Short Lived Events on Social Media

David Kilroy, Simon Caton, Graham Healy
2020 Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science  
Companies have been looking to Social Media for event and trend detection for a number of years to assist in business decision making.  ...  Contemporary approaches typically consider specific time windows within which to search for evidence of emerging topics, events or trends. Yet, in doing so, short(er) term events can be crowded out.  ...  Conclusion Many "short lived" events on social media go undetected due to the nature of many popular algorithms not considering their full time window(s) when return-ing ranked lists of events.  ... 
dblp:conf/aics/KilroyCH20 fatcat:c7ayomygavat5dxb5lunayi4ne

Tweet the debates

David A. Shamma, Lyndon Kennedy, Elizabeth F. Churchill
2009 Proceedings of the first SIGMM workshop on Social media - WSM '09  
We investigate the practice of sharing short messages (microblogging) around live media events. Our focus is on Twitter and its usage during the 2008 Presidential Debates.  ...  Finally, we offer suggestions on how our model of segmentation and node identification could apply towards any live, real-time arbitrary event.  ...  When centered around media, one can gather trends and topics. We find Twitter coupled with live broad-cast media to be particularly empowering.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1631144.1631148 dblp:conf/mm/ShammaKC09 fatcat:2ztojequejcfjabmpu3mtdgmka

Live topic generation from event streams

Vuk Milicic, Giuseppe Rizzo, José Luis Redondo Garcia, Raphaël Troncy, Thomas Steiner
2013 Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '13 Companion  
We develop a framework which collects microposts shared on social platforms that contain media items as a result of a query, for example a trending event.  ...  Trends can be computed but making sense out of them is an extremely challenging task due to the heterogeneity of the data and its dynamics making often short-lived phenomena.  ...  Exploiting the live-short phenomena of these microposts, we propose a live approach which first removes near-duplicates of media items grouping the different textual opinions expressed in microposts that  ... 
doi:10.1145/2487788.2487924 dblp:conf/www/Milicic0GTS13 fatcat:noaevfk5rvfsvfycyee46ilhpu


Mathias Felipe De-Lima-Santos, Wilson Ceron
2021 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
Social media platforms played an important role in the organization of these movements that spilled across the globe.  ...  Influenced by these social dynamics of the platforms, three social movements emerged in this period, June Journeys, diesel crisis, and panelaço, and have influenced in traditional news media agenda.  ...  On the other hand, echoing the findings in the Arab Spring movement (Schapals & Harb, 2021) , the initial euphoria of these movements proved to be short-lived.  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2021i0.12162 fatcat:4v44tchtcfdszivvqsx6vn4dli

The Media Functions of Network Sports Short Video in Communication

2021 International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education  
The emergence of short video, to some extent, has also had an important impact on people's lives.  ...  Short video is a new thing emerging with the continuous development and improvement of network social media and the popularization of smart phones.  ...  The recording, broadcasting and live broadcasting of sports events on TV media generally require professional personnel to complete, but the production of short videos is not too high and relatively easy  ... 
doi:10.20431/2349-0381.0806009 fatcat:fyfs4imv4zgurlmg3gwrj7vir4

Being There Live: An Ethnographic Approach for Studying Social Media Use in Mediatized Live Events

Esther Hammelburg
2021 Social Media + Society  
Drawing on a substantial dataset containing online and offline participant observations, media diaries, and (short in situ and longer in-depth) interviews with 379 event-goers, this article demonstrates  ...  While live event experiences have become increasingly mediatized, the prevalence of ephemeral content and diverse forms of (semi)private communication in social media platforms have complicated the study  ...  Acknowledgements To my interviewees and those donating content, I am grateful for your openness and willingness to share beyond the context of your own direct event experiences and familiar circles.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305120984454 fatcat:ag7ofr3zvbhv3oy3tj5dvbqjva

Social Currency: The Raconteur's Investment Portfolio

Demos Vardiabasis, Natalie Moshiri, Yury Adamov, Samuel L. Seaman
2015 Athens Journal of Business & Economics  
A powerful observational result is that returns on social media investment are greatest when tweets focus on live or digital events, particularly those which appeal to a wide-ranging collection of communities  ...  (Inception, 2010) Social media, with its free-flowing current of "ideas", has become the virtual playground for marketers determined to build communities around organizations, brands, or new products.  ...  the company is an active sponsor of the event, or the focus relates to an event discussed on Twitter live.  ... 
doi:10.30958/ajbe.1-2-5 fatcat:y3z5tz3l75ckrj3jjnv2fuldbe

The World Youth Day social media : the online community preparation and the steps taken to reach millions of people during WYD Krakow 2016 [chapter]

Gustavo Heugenin
2018 World Youth Day 2016 Kraków : the school of faith and humanity  
Apart from following the pope, we were also showcasing the experience of the pilgrims on social media. One of the biggest advantages of social media for this WYD was the live streaming.  ...  Facebook Live team The Facebook live videos were one of the most viral materials on social media during WYD. It offered a possibility of interaction for the people to feel close to WYD.  ... 
doi:10.15633/9788374387361.05 fatcat:67idq6sydbgdhehstbfvymd7ea

Üniversite Gençliğinin Sosyal Medyada Hikâyeleştirme Motivasyonları Üzerine Bir Araştırma

Duygu Aydın
2021 Connectist: Istanbul University Journal of Communication Sciences  
Those events which create influence by becoming an agenda topic on a social or global scale turn into collective stories on digital platforms.  ...  Factor analysis was applied to the data obtained from the participants for the purpose of analyzing the motivations of doing narration and sharing with the metaphoric narrative style on social media.  ...  The focus of recent studies on social media is the influence of new media on social movements (Chen, 2014, pp. 221-222) .  ... 
doi:10.26650/connectist2020-0521 fatcat:nyfcbht4obdgte7nbd77cslldm

Knowledge Discovery from News Events on Social Media

Mauricio Quezada
2019 BCS-IRSG Symposium on Future Directions in Information Access  
Its high rate of production of multimodal content (text, images, and videos) necessitates having flexible models to understand the dynamics of the information disseminated on social media.  ...  This includes our ongoing work on generating automatic multimodal summaries of events based on the assumption that the users describe the non-textual content in their tweets when they express their facts  ...  Finding relevant content in social media is not easily solved by search engines. Publications on social media, or posts, can be of variable quality.  ... 
dblp:conf/fdia/Quezada19 fatcat:wzkcnvsumng5rppyofkqw2ksoq

Dual Screening the Political: Media Events, Social Media, and Citizen Engagement

Cristian Vaccari, Andrew Chadwick, Ben O'Loughlin
2015 Journal of Communication  
We find that relatively active, "lean-forward" practices, such as commenting live on social media as the debate unfolded, and engaging with conversations via Twitter hashtags, have the strongest and most  ...  media events.  ...  Smith, Kathryn Harnett, and the Social Media and Political Participation (SMaPP) Lab at New York University. We also thank Homero Gil de Zúñiga, Victor Garcia-Perdomo, and Shannon C.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcom.12187 fatcat:fly4rxr26jeynlwmm3vl472g6y

Meerkat and Periscope

John C. Tang, Gina Venolia, Kori M. Inkpen
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '16  
We found some evidence for multiple live streams from the same event, which represent an opportunity for multiple perspectives on events of shared public interest.  ...  They described live streaming as providing an authentic, unedited view into their lives. They liked how the interaction with viewers shaped the content of their stream.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the many anonymous Mechanical Turk workers who accurately completed the task of coding live streams.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2858036.2858374 dblp:conf/chi/TangVI16 fatcat:5zagbdy4xvhn3h4qoqzodpidpu

Media exposure predicts acute stress and probable acute stress disorder during the early COVID-19 outbreak in China

Yu Luo, Xiangcai He, Shaofeng Wang, Jinjin Li, Yu Zhang
2021 PeerJ  
Conclusions These findings confirmed the associations between indirect media exposure to pandemic events and acute stress responses.  ...  Results Longer media exposure time and social media use were associated with higher acute stress and probable ASD.  ...  Such findings highlighted the important role of media exposure content after traumatic events.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.11407 pmid:34026362 pmcid:PMC8117928 fatcat:biymfursqjhb7pkfw3vhgx6zkq

Fan Engagement in 15 Seconds: Athletes' Relationship Marketing During a Pandemic via TikTok

Yiran Su, Bradley J. Baker, Jason P. Doyle, Meimei Yan
2020 International Journal of Sport Communication  
Alongside established social media platforms (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram), TikTok, a short-form video-sharing platform, has gained prominence in terms of registered users and shared content  ...  While athletes are recent adopters of TikTok, this emerging social media platform can be profitably integrated into their online branding strategies.  ...  constraints on social gatherings has posed challenges for athletes to maintain fan Background and Theoretical Foundation TikTok and COVID-19 TikTok is a social media app focusing on short video sharing  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijsc.2020-0238 fatcat:wq6mgcq54jdwlcda7laf474bhu

Information architecture for social media: a case study on building an event backchannel with Twitter

Robert L. Moore
2014 International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments  
The project, which ultimately was successful in creating social media buzz for the lecture, was a new approach for the School of Government in how it markets its events.  ...  This paper presents a case study on creating a backchannel through Twitter for the live event, featuring the Secretary of the US Navy, hosted by the School of Government.  ...  Justice, Melissa Twomey, Stefanie Panke (Publications and Instructional Support), Katie Paulson, Priyanka Vakil and Trey Mangum (MPA students and work study students) for their invaluable assistance on  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsmile.2014.059690 fatcat:u2rjoz6wqzewpf6rkzymly3uve
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