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Sharing of baseball event through social media

Hogun Park, Sun-Bum Youn, Eugene Hong, Changhyeon Lee, Yong-moo Kwon, Heedong Ko, Myon-Woong Park, Young Tae Sohn, Jae Kwan Kim
2010 Proceedings of the international conference on Multimedia information retrieval - MIR '10  
In this paper, we present a social media platform to provide a novel environment for sharing real-time events.  ...  Produced social media enrich a corresponding real-time event and are utilized to index each session of real-time events.  ...  In an effort to provide better experience, we devised a new baseball watching and sharing interface. It will provide good environment to share social media and enrich a baseball event.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1743384.1743448 dblp:conf/mir/ParkYHLKKPSK10 fatcat:wdm5okinm5hwdkfmcz7edhk6ru

Social Media based Collaborative Tangible Sports Service

Changhyeon Lee, Yong-Moo Kwon
2011 Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Advanced Network  
This paper presents our development of tangible baseball supporting system based on social media technology for providing new experience of collaborative virtual cheering as future of digital media application  ...  This paper introduces (1) network event synchronization method among participants in the situation of different delay network, (2) application of social network service such as twitter for in-situ information  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported partly by KIST projects entitled with "Development of Tangible Social Media Platform Technology," and "Tangible Next-Generation Web Platform."  ... 
doi:10.7125/apan.32.20 fatcat:uf6kbmnrwnctlmcwyzdipdaeam

The Role of Television Video in Emerging a Social Movement: A Study of Information Environment

Chuan Hsu
2015 International Journal of Journalism & Mass Communication  
Through setting the visual-text of information environment, the use of the information itself constituted and constructed a web event.  ...  Furthermore, in terms of theoretical concern, how the information environment contributes to the discussion of social movement is presented in conclusion section.  ...  Through the exchange of information, the community of users resists the representation on mainstream media. Hence, the movement performs identity of being baseball lovers through the space.  ... 
doi:10.15344/2349-2635/2015/109 fatcat:kvmmvg3wz5dsfgocjljatdhs5q

Role of Sport Public Relations for the COVID-19 Outbreak: Interview With Kwon Heo, Public Relations Manager at Kia Tigers

Sungwook Son, Antonio S. Williams, Yoon Heo
2020 International Journal of Sport Communication  
The PR team is now focusing on finding new coverage items and spreading them through both traditional media and social media channels.  ...  We need to work hard to quench fans' thirst for baseball through various content. I also noticed the importance of the role of the government and the social system in the society.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijsc.2020-0214 fatcat:iinxbsddifg3bp7yrueopsvl2q

Sifting signal from noise: A new perspective on the meaning of tweets about the "big game"

Ian Graves, Nora McDonald, Sean P Goggins
2014 New Media & Society  
We present an alternative analysis of tweets, filtering by hashtags related to the 2012 Superbowl and validated against the 2013 baseball World Series.  ...  A good deal of Twitter research focuses on event-detection using algorithms that rely on key words and tweet density.  ...  Many others have been part of discussions about Twitter data like this over the past 3 years, and we apologize for those omissions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444814541783 fatcat:wdzbhpah4na3hn2jky4jigzd6e

A Study of Media Impact on Public Opinion Regarding Performance Enhancement in Major League Baseball

Jared W. Rutecki, Gregory W. Rutecki
2014 The Open Sports Sciences Journal  
through professional baseball.  ...  Through content analysis, this study associated the agenda setting effects of magazine coverage of performance-enhancement in professional baseball. Frames characterizing the issue were determined.  ...  As a result, the game of baseball has been considered a valuable reflection of nationally shared social values and myths. Thus, for many Americans, baseball is more than a game.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875399x010030100140 fatcat:tfrudewfcngr5hiv2rodmcmjmu

Social big data analysis on demands for the Korean sport industry

Minsoo Kim, Minsoo Kim, Minsoo Kim
2020 International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences  
The purpose of the study was to explore public opinions and perceptions with regard to the Korean sport industry based on a big data analysis of social media content.  ...  Social analytics was used to analyze big data from social media content about the Korean sport industry.  ...  Social big data analysis on demands for the Korean sport industry  ... 
doi:10.24985/ijass.2020.32.2.28 fatcat:jmmwevz7vjewzacbixamym74ji

Video Scene Annotation Based on Web Social Activities

Daisuke Yamamoto, Tomoki Masuda, Shigeki Ohira, Katashi Nagao
2008 IEEE Multimedia  
First of all, it employs social media to generate semantic metadata of the media stream that reflect the interest of the public.  ...  This paper presents a practical application of interactive TV in baseball watching. It has two features.  ...  The collective intelligence of social media already has been adopted by many video retrieval systems [4] and media sharing applications [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2008.67 fatcat:7okizag55ncolbepkbuhywwqye

Identity in Twitter's Hashtag Culture: A Sport-Media-Consumption Case Study

Lauren Reichart Smith, Kenny D. Smith
2012 International Journal of Sport Communication  
during the final games of the 2012 College World Series of baseball.  ...  The study has implications for social-identity theory and team identification, as well as broader implications for audience fragmentation and notions of the community of sport.  ...  social media-what was found in Twitter was a community built just for this one sporting event.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijsc.5.4.539 fatcat:lgmw4bwklvan3nesl2usvi53fm

The Relationship of Fans' Sports-Team Identification and Facebook Usage to Purchase of Team Products

Caitlin Moyer, Jim Pokrywczynski, Robert J. Griffin
2015 Journal of Sports Media  
Questions to answer include, Does social media impact identification fans have with a team or vice versa? What does the amount of social-media use do to impact the relationship?  ...  Social media has become a regular direct marketing component for sports teams. This study explores the link between team identification and use of a professional sports team's social-media channels.  ...  Although this study focuses on the results of a positive relationship between team identification and social psychological well-being in order to glean insight into how sports marketers may be able to  ... 
doi:10.1353/jsm.2015.0001 fatcat:vnm3ygl6d5glvgzbjnd7wezaru

Sports under Quarantine: A Case Study of Major League Baseball in 2020

Kari L. J. Goold, Reynafe N. Aniga, Peter B. Gray
2020 Social Sciences  
The results confirmed the value of social media analysis as a research approach and revealed patterns emerging during a unique pandemic sports and media era.  ...  The majority of Twitter users were from media and layperson categories. More inferred males tweeted using the selected hashtags.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci10010005 fatcat:kxzkzhonqzerxjsiqhjw3ig65q

The Multidimensional Benefits of Participation in Masters Sports: A Case Study of the ^|^ldquo;Masters Koshien^|^rdquo;

Kei Hikoji, Makoto Chogahara, Megumi Tani, Daichi Sonoda, Yuki Matsumura, Akira Okada, Yoshihiro Takada, Nobuhiro Ishizawa
2012 International Journal of Sport and Health Science  
The project also supports their sport lives through baseball by connecting the impact of the Koshien with masters sports events.  ...  Pass on the dream and baseball legacy to the younger generation (n=43) included those shared dreams, pieces of the Koshien culture, and baseball lore that the participants wanted to pass on.  ... 
doi:10.5432/ijshs.201215 fatcat:vesavtjnobgurip7awjhiull6u

Social media posters and lurkers: The impact on team identification and game attendance in minor league baseball

Jo Williams, Robert Heiser, Susan J Chinn
2012 Journal of Direct Data and Digital Marketing Practice  
Social media has exploded over the past few years, with sport fans now acti vely contributi ng to social networks, blogs, news feeds and content-sharing sites.  ...  These diff erences are discussed and recommendati ons are made to improve the use of social media by sport organizati ons. Suggesti ons for future research are also provided.  ...  of being different from others not in the community. 37 The community, brand and organization all become linked and self-identifi ed through a new set of shared insider values and behaviours.  ... 
doi:10.1057/dddmp.2011.44 fatcat:udiqekpmqrgrjp56tupte4mxna

Concurrent Bursty Behavior of Social Sensors in Sporting Events

Yuki Takeichi, Kazutoshi Sasahara, Reiji Suzuki, Takaya Arita, Tobias Preis
2015 PLoS ONE  
More specifically, our simple tweet analysis of Japanese professional baseball games in 2013 revealed that social sensors can immediately react to positive and negative events through bursts of tweets,  ...  The advent of social media expands our ability to transmit information and connect with others instantly, which enables us to behave as "social sensors."  ...  A well-known example is that social media helped Arab Spring activists spread and share information, playing a key role in the ensuing revolutionary social movements [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0144646 pmid:26659028 pmcid:PMC4684370 fatcat:6f5zl2u5yrdhrjsuwixxtwiiyu

There's No Dying in Baseball:Cultural Valorization, Collective Memory, and Induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame

Nicholas L. Parsons, Michael J. Stern
2012 Sociology of Sport Journal  
We analyze the history of voting conducted by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) on players eligible for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to determine how the collective memory of a baseball player's contributions to his sport changes posthumously.  ...  Members of a group may share a heightened sense of collective nostalgiamanifested through increased levels of praise or attention-following the death of a respected individual.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ssj.29.1.62 fatcat:zrhw7pwfbne7nnt7jf6pln5tym
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