Starting at the end of April, its going to be everywhere!
In this day and age, you can't just watch a TV show. You need to tweet about, friend it on Facebook and blog about it on Tumblr. Such is our culture today to immerse ourselves in social media and the producers of The Voice have recognized that.
That's why, according to sources, expect to see a lot of exposure of the show on all your favorite social media outlets. Along with that, there is going to be special media experience for fans on NBC.com that will take you behind-the-scenes and backstage with the contestants and coaches. The network has already tapped Attack of the Show host Alison Haislip as its backstage correspondent and she will host the post-Voice webshow in the V-Room.
In addition, the coaches/judges will be using "real-time interaction and viewer feedback in their decision-making as they manage their teams."
So, basically, you'll get to tell Christina Aguilera which person you think rocks and which person you think should go! You have the power!!! Use it wisely!
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