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Big Brands

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Fox Sports

Fox Sports is the first client to use Voices Heard Media's Twitter Feed EventBox, the newest addition to the EventBox suite of social applications that spark user engagement and generate revenue on the interaction.

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Food Network - Ask Aarti

Scripps Networks Interactive's Food Network wanted to leverage its latest The Next Food Network Star, Aarti Sequeria, and create engagement on their site.

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JSYK Glee

JSYK is a pop/entertainment blog for teens. JSYK has leveraged the EventBox for customized contests and givewaways around "Glee", "Twilight" and more.

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TUAW

AOL's "The Unofficial Apple Weblog" or TUAW is famous for its live coverage of the annual MacWorld Conference. In the past, TUAW would host a short survey with just three choices, or they would allow unorganized comments.

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Washington Wizards

Monumental Sports & Entertainment, owners of the NBA's Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitols, and the Verizon Center, set up a VHM EventBox asking fans what types of changes they would like to see within the organizations and arena.

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Toronto Maple Leafs

Each year, the Toronto Maple Leafs host a Media Day on their website. Last year, their fans were even more fanatical than usual. You'd be surprised to see what a Live Q&A does to fans.

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Travel Channel

The Travel Channel wanted to find a solution for engaging their readers online. For one of their biggest weeks in the year, Beach Week, Travel Channel decided to let their fans vote on what they thought was the best overall beach.

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IGN's LiveStream

What better way to include your fans in a live event than to have a live Twitter stream on your site? IGN game fans were thrilled with this kind of experience on IGN's site, and each game release thousands come back to interact and watch.

Small Biz

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WBIR "Top 5" Stories

Each week, WBIR Television invites viewers to submit and vote on their "Top 5" favorite things, such as restaurants. WBIR found that food seemed to be a favorite topic.

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Bill Haslam

Governor Bill Haslam was elected after a historic "Tennessee Jobs Town Hall" on the Voices Heard Media platform which he took across the state. It also created a viral phenomenon among Tennessee Facebook users.

Media Companies

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AOL Autoblog Podcasts

Every Monday between 5 and 10 pm EST, Autoblog launches an EventBox so visitors can ask questions in advance of their weekly podcast. At around 10 pm, Autoblog records their weekly podcast using the blog readers' top questions.

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The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post launched Voices Heard Media's EventBox in several of its major sections, including Culture, Entertainment and Living.

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JSYK - Glee

JSYK is a pop/entertainment blog for teens. JSYK has leveraged the EventBox for customized contests and givewaways around "Glee", "Twilight" and more.

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AOL Moviefone - Burlesque

Moviefone was skeptical at first and responded that people don't want to engage; they just read about movies. Moviefone started by posting an EventBox inviting visitors to "Ask Cher and Christina Aguilera Questions."

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AOL Moviefone - Harry Potter

Among Moviefone's most successful social events was a contest inviting visitors to embed a YouTube video demonstrating how they were the best Harry Potter fan.

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Televisa's Chespirito

Televisa, the largest TV station in Latin-America, wanted to celebrate the life of one of its extraordinary legends, Chespirito. In January, they launched several events including a Twitter feed, Q&As and FAQs.

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AOL TV Squad - Dancing with the Stars

For the 2011 season of Dancing with the Stars, AOL TV asked fans "Who should make the cut?" on the AOL.com home page. Within 24 hours they received 20,000 votes and 40,000 by the end of the week.

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GAC Superfan

With limited space on its home page but a desire to engage visitors with a super-powered survey, GAC Superfan launched VHM's AdBox app.

 

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