App Ranks 14,000 Local Reporters, Anchors

Once per hour, the free Social Rankings mobile app from SND updates to offer a leaderboard-style display of local TV reporters and anchors by market. The talent is ranked by how much engagement their Facebook posts received in the past 24 hours. The app also shows the total engagement, total number of posts and average per-post engagement stats for each reporter and anchor by market.
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The free “Social Rankings” mobile app, released in April, 2017 by Social News Desk Inc. (SND) now includes Facebook stats for local TV reporters and anchors across the U.S. The company’s free app now leverages SND’s extensive live database of Facebook pages and posts to track social performance of TV talent in addition to local media brand pages in every U.S. news market.

Once per hour, the Social Rankings app updates to reveal a leaderboard-style display of local TV reporters and anchors by market. The talent is ranked by how much engagement their Facebook posts received in the past 24 hours. The Social Rankings app also shows the total engagement, total number of posts and average per-post engagement stats for each reporter and anchor by market.

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In addition to these expanded capabilities, the app also showcases the main brand pages of local news affiliates ranked by Facebook post engagement for the prior 24 hours. And users can go back in time to see prior days’ performance, as well.

Once per hour, the app also curates a list of the Top 10 Facebook posts by engagement for each market, as well as the Top 10 posts nationally among local newsrooms.

The free “Social Rankings” mobile app is now available at getsocialrankings.com and in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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Overnights, adults 18-49 for November 16, 2017
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    0.6/2
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