The number of Twitter TV authors in the US has also risen 24 percent, from 15 million to 19 million in the same period.
At first glance, the data also shows that the Twitter audience for an average TV episode is 50 times larger than the number of authors who are tweeting.
This means that if 2,000 people are tweeting about a TV show, 100,000 people are seeing those tweets, Social Guide – part of NM Incite, a joint venture between Nielsen and McKinsey — explains.
As Twitter inches closer to its IPO, TV will be a huge part of what it does to appeal to advertisers and in turn, investors. In August, a new study from Nielsen concluded that tweets can cause a “significant increase” in viewership of broadcast TV programs 29 percent of the time.
Here’s an infographic that Social Guide has published. (via)