9th Annual

We are now accepting entries for the 9th Annual Shorty Awards. Early deadline to enter is November 10th, 2016.

The Shorty Awards honor the talented agencies, brands, and industry leaders behind the best and most innovative work on social media channels, campaigns, websites and applications.

From the 5th Annual Shorty Awards


Winner in Twitter Brand Presence

About this entry

Because a nationally-televised show on basic cable wasn’t enough. And now 141 characters is too much.• #TDSBreakingNews: original jokes based on the day’s political news, plus updates and guest info to encourage fans to tune-in to the 11 p.m. broadcast. • Original hashtags creating viral joke campaigns: #RupertMurdochApologies and #Olympics #FakeSpoiler • Promotion for full episodes, extended interviews, and videos from the most recent show throughout the day. Links send to video available on every screen. • Promotion for additional digital content on mobile, Facebook, and Tumblr, including R.O.M.N.E.Y. 140. • Live tweets during #DailyShowLive (live election show) brought fans a John Oliver segment that integrated the use of Twitter in real-time. Plus original jokes. • Exclusive previews of an upcoming show, including two biographical campaign film trailers featured during the RNC and DNC conventions. Extra broadcast-level content not featured on-air. • Early and last-minute access to tickets to see tonight’s taping in New York. • Exclusive video featuring Jon Stewart celebrating @TheDailyShow’s one millionth follower P. Diddy-style as we passed that milestone. • Exclusive videos during dark weeks, including the Emmy-winning series Correspondents Explain. • Retweets for correspondents and contributors who use Twitter to promote and reveal something about their appearances on the show. For example: @hodgman and @almadrigal • Help our fans talk about the show using #DailyShow, including on-air hashtag promotion.


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Comedy Central


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