Our Take:

This article from The Wrap ranks TV shows’ performance on Facebook not by the number of interactions, but how well they uniquely engage with fans in between episodes. From “House of Cards” publishing faux news articles to GIF from the “Girls” characters, these shows are killing it with Facebook engagement. 

Other series should try posting faux political press articles like “House of Cards” or maybe compile a weekly Instagram recap à la “Pretty Little Liars” TV fans looking for a second-screen experience to supplement their favorite series have a viable option in the largest U.S. social media network, Facebook.

Read More at The Wrap

The Daily


Doing Good

Comcast announced plans to equip 25 different Connecticut “Lift Zones” locations, 13 of which are already open. The initiative provides free connectivity in partner community centers for the next three

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