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Oscars falls short of social TV records Super Bowl, Grammys

Despite what seems like a million social media and second screen integrations (see our list of the best social media moments), last night's Oscars fell well short of the social TV records set at the Super Bowl and the Grammy Awards. Trendrr gave it a 3.2 million social activity score, compared to 17.5 for the Super Bowl and 17.1 for the Grammys. Bluefin Labs measured 3.8 million social media comments for the night, compared to 13 million for the Grammys and 12.
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