Bravo Touts Digital Growth

Sees Record Usage Across Platforms in Q2
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Bravo Digital Media said it generated record usage across its platforms – desktop, tablet, mobile and the Bravo Now app – in the second quarter of 2015, chalking it up in large part to the recent redesign of and an emphasis on The Daily Dish, the network’s digital lifestyle hub.

Bravo Digital Media did not break out all of the specific numbers, but said average monthly visits across all platforms broke a record as they were up 74% in the second quarter of 2015, versus the year-ago quarter.   Records were also achieved on the mobile site (average visits were up 184%), as well as via the Bravo Now app, which saw average monthly visits rise 191%, and average total video streams jump 370%.

Bravo Digital Media said some of the overall growth is attributed to December’s redesign of that emphasizes video consumption and content sharing, which rose 51% in Q2 2015 versus Q1 2015, as well as deeper integration with social media – Bravo’s Facebook page saw a 495% boost in click-backs to in Q2 versus Q1 2015.

The programmer also said The Daily Dish’s expansion into real-time original pop-culture and lifestyle content outside of the network also stoked growth, as the show’s page surpassed all other network shows in page visits and a record 15 million page visits in Q2 2015.