I’m excited to officially announce our first conference since starting Lost Remote nearly 14 years ago. Lost Remote-The NYC Show on April 24th will take a practical, real-life approach to social TV. After all, both Natan and I concurrently work in the business while writing for Lost Remote, so the NYC Show will cut through the hype by examining creative tactics and practical insight from the front lines of the business. You’ll save $300 off onsite prices when you register before Friday, December 7.
We can assure you this won’t be just another social TV event. We’ve attended a billion TV events over the years, and our goal is to shake things up with a fresh, interactive format and a diverse group of speakers. We love case studies with real data — as you can tell from Lost Remote’s coverage — and we’ll provide actionable ideas on how to navigate the next generation of TV with limited resources. Content-wise, we’ll emphasize the second screen throughout the day-long event.
While you’re there, connect with high-level TV executives, social media gurus, brand marketers, creative directors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, technologists, producers and bloggers during our discussions, coffee breaks, lunch, and drinks reception.
Bluefin Labs and Vidpresso have joined the conference as sponsors and exhibitors, respectively. For sponsorship information, please visit our site or email Frank Fazio. Click here if you’re interesting in speaking, and don’t hesitate to shoot us an email with event ideas.
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