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Natan Edelsburg

Natan is a staff writer at Lost Remote covering how social platforms are affecting every aspect of television. Natan is also the Vice President of Sawhorse Media where he produces the Shorty Awards (Shorty Awards) and runs the business side of Muck Rack (Muck Rack). Natan also watches every TV show. Want to pitch him on a story? Do so here: MuckRack.com/Twatan/Pitch

Zach Braff stops by Tumblr HQ for ‘Dashboard Confession’ to promote new film

tumblr_n81v9y7zSc1tx9a88o1_500Tumblr has a new weapon up it’s sleeve to attract major TV talent who are looking to promote themselves and their work on social media. “Dashboard Confessions” is a new  ”fan mail Q&A series where artists take over users’ Dashboards by answering questions and curating choice content.” Similar to how reddit AMA’s have become a must for talent, this new opportunity with Tumblr will definitely become an important press stop for major TV and film talent. Here are the details of Zach Braff’s recent Dashboard Confessions that he did at Tumblr’s HQ as part of the promotions for his new film “Wish I Was Here.”  Read more

truTV premiers episodes of ‘Motor City Masters’ on Google+ in massive social TV push

Screen Shot 2014-07-02 at 10.30.24 PMtruTV, the Turner owned network recently premiered Motor City Masters, a new show that “pits 10 talented designers from different parts of the automotive industry against each other each week in the ambitious task of creating new, fully-functional concept cars based around a theme.” The Top Gear meets Project Runway show launched with a massive social TV campaign that includes premiering episodes of the show on Google+ as a way to give fans a chance to sample the show. Here are the details. Read more

Social TV consolidation: wywy acquires Second Screen Networks, ConnecTV acquires Tweet TV

wywySocial TV startup consolidation continues to heat up as a new era of innovation takes on the industry. “wywy, a Germany-based cross-screen advertising and real time TV-ad tracking company, has completed the acquisition and integration of Second Screen Networks, a New York-based social TV company that allows TV broadcast ads to sync in real time with mobile devices and websites. Also, “ConnecTV, a leading social TV video network that lets users of its free mobile app watch, clip and share the best video “moments” on television, announced today that it has acquired TweetTV, a social analytics and TV guidance company that makes it easy to discover what’s trending on TV in real-time.” Here are the details. Read more

BET Awards 14 sets social TV records with successful broadcast

Screen Shot 2014-07-01 at 10.56.36 PMSunday night the BET Awards 14 took place live from Los Angeles. For years, the network’s massive awards show has grown and innovated across social TV. Even Twitter’s Liz Myers covered their activations in advance of the awards on their media blog. Yesterday, BET released the social TV results from the awards. Here are the details.  Read more

How Hopskoch has created a platform for a social TV soundtrack

hopskoch-logo_on-white_largeA new wave of social TV startups is emerging in the post-Get Glue era. These platforms aren’t targeting consumers (thus competing with Facebook and Twitter). Instead, they’re creating tools for marketers to create social TV experiences in unique ways across content. Hopskoch is one of these companies that’s built a platform to “create, track and analyze transmedia marketing campaigns on one collaborative” tool. We interviewed Marty Monaco the founder and COO at the company about their goals to make an impact on the TV world.  Read more

Introducing SAM, a platform for the post social TV era

James QuoteBack in October when Twitter IPOed, we spoke with James Neufeld as he was developing SAM, an online asset management platform that was still in private beta. Today, SAM has officially launched publicly in what Neufeld describes as a platform for the “post social TV era.” SAM enables newsrooms, journalists, editors, producers, bloggers and anyone who calls themselves a storyteller to find the best content on social networks. We interviewed Neufeld about the big launch and why you should try SAM. Read more

Clone drama drove Orphan Black season finale (spoiler alert)

Screen Shot 2014-06-29 at 10.32.40 PMIn this week’s analysis with Canvs we took a look at the uber popular Orphan Black season finale on BBC America. As the highly anticipated season two came to an end it became obvious that clone drama drove Orphan Black season finale. This is also the first time Canvs leveraged their new season recap view to provide analysis. Here are the details.  Read more

How Mohu is enabling a future for cord-cutters

5b656a8cab214431de81cc43f2cc05faThe future of cord-cutting is now. The trend is happening faster and faster and new companies are emerging as the providers of platforms, technology and devices that can give you the content you want without a hefty cable subscription. One of these companies is Mohu a company that made a name for itself by designing an indoor HD antenna and then made an even bigger name for itself with a successful Kickstarter campaign to bring smart TV tech into the technology. Now, Mohu is moving beyond just antennas and addressing the larger cord-cutting picture, in hopes of being a true resource for all cord-cordcutters. We interviewed Mark Buff, Mohu’s founder and CEO about what they’re up to and what life will be like for cord-cutters in the post-Aereo Supereme Court decision market. Read more

BroadcastAsia: Twitter’s Director of Media in Australia on social TV

IMG_3155 copyLost Remote recently attended Broadcast Asia in Singapore for the second year in a row. The event is the region’s largest TV conference and has grown their content on social TV. One of the highlights was Twitter’s Director of Media (based in Australia) Danny Keens‘ presentation on “Bringing the Power of Twitter to TV.” Here are the details. Read more

Which brands were talked about the most on Mad Men

Screen Shot 2014-06-01 at 10.51.22 PMMad Men is currently in it’s off season as the first half of the last season recently finished. Now that the dust has settled over reactions to the finale, we partnered with Kontera to take a look at the brands that were part of Mad Men’s storylines this season (both the real and fake ones).  Here’s an analysis over which brands were discussed the most. Read more

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