StreamClock Communications is pleased to announce the launch of a new website, StreamClock.com, to help viewers follow TV Shows on Twitter™ without risk of TV Spoilers. StreamClock.com is a free website that delays live Twitter comments about popular TV Shows 2 or 3 hours, so they sync up with broadcasts in the Mountain and Pacific Time Zones. This allows viewers out west to join in the fun of social TV without knowing the outcome in advance.
Visitors simply visit the site, pick their TV Show and time zone and get the Twitter comments about that show in sync with the broadcast airing. They don’t need to figure out what feeds to follow, sign in or even have a Twitter account – It makes it easy to enjoy the social TV experience.
“Two screens are twice the fun,” says Paul Valkama, President of StreamClock Communications. “Now viewers out West can get in on the fun as Season Finales air without worrying about TV spoilers.”
While the popularity of the 2nd screen match up of TV and Twitter is growing dramatically, many viewers out west are averse of going near Twitter when their shows are about to air. They know that Twitter will be hours ahead and it will be full of TV Spoilers. StreamClock.com offers these viewers the same Social TV experience as watching it live, in sync with their viewing.