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Sentiment can be polarizing for high-profile series finales, and Mad Men’s conclusion Sunday night was no exception.
Canvs has a new look. Version 1.2 is even more elegant, easy, and fun to use. Here's what's new.
We used Canvs to analyze Twitter reactions to the sex and violence in the season 5 premiere of 'Game of Thrones.'
Sunday’s season premiere of Veep drove significant Twitter reactions. We used Canvs to take a deeper look into the season premiere of Veep.
AMC's Mad Men brought us into the 1970s for the premiere of its final season. We analyzed Twitter reactions to Joan to gauge how fans felt about sexism.
The Pretty Little Liars Season 5 finale drew fewer reactions than other seasons, but according to Twitter users it was the craziest finale we've tracked
We used Canvs to analyze Twitter conversation around the final Jinx episode. We also analyzed similarities to Twitter to NPR's Serial podcast.
February brought a lot of entertainment news, and we cover the highlights with CNBC. According to Canvs, Lady Gaga stole the show at the Oscars.
We've updated the season recap view in Canvs to include a context panel that comprises benchmarks for entire seasons of television.
We used Canvs to gauge the emotional conversation about LaVine and the other dunkers in the 2015 Sprite Slam-Dunk Contest.
We took to Canvs to dive deeper into the emotional stories the Better Call Saul two-night premiere told.
We analyzed Twitter reactions to The Lego Movie and the rest of January's top entertainment stories from midseason premieres to box office records.
We used Canvs to analyze more than 25 million Tweets to show just how engaged audiences were with Super Bowl XLIX.
We used Canvs to see how Twitter users felt about Lifetime's controversial biopics about Whitney and Aaliyah.
Our latest release features updates to benchmarks, a beta version of our Explore feature, and an easier way to contact the Canvs team with feedback.
We used Canvs to analyze the industry-leading social media strategy fueling PLL season 5.
We're pleased to introduce the Canvs context panel, which allows you to benchmark reaction volume and rate within series, networks, genres, and more.
Canvs now programmatically analyzes Tweets captured by Nielsen Social, the industry standard provider of Twitter TV Ratings.
We took to Canvs, Mashwork’s social TV platform, to understand how Twitter users felt about Peter Pan Live! and The Sound of Music Live.
We used Canvs to gauge emotional Twitter reactions over the premiere weekend of the third installment of The Hunger Games movie series.
Saturday Night Live is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, we used Canvs to analyze the the first two months of the season.
Our latest batch of Canvs product updates improves the way visualize, search, and export data.
We used Canvs to analyze streaming video announcements and other issues as part of our monthly series with CNBC on the business of entertainment.
We used Canvs to see how Wallenda's "Skyscraper Live" compared to his Grand Canyon stunt on Twitter.
We analyzed which 2014 World series moments and players drew the most emotional conversation on Twitter.
To get in the mood for Halloween, we used Canvs to analyze how fans reacted to The Simpsons 'Treehouse of Horror XXV.'
Sunday's Walking Dead premiere broke so many records it's hard to keep track. Emotional reactions to the series were at an all-time high as well.
We used our social TV insights platform, Canvs, to analyze the success of the new TV season based on the emotional reactions of Twitter users.
We compared four season premieres of American Horror Story to determine how Twitter audiences felt about the show as its popularity rises every year.
What do football, real-time marketing, and Shondaland have in common? We analyze Twitter reactions to the business of entertainment in September 2014.