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‘Today’ Partners with The Atlantic for Digital Town Hall on AIDS Activism

atlanticaidsThe Atlantic LIVE,  MAC AIDS Fund, and the “Today” show have partnered to host a live, digital town hall on millennials and AIDS and HIV activism on Friday.

The event is focused on “Rebels With a Cause,” or millennials who post videos, start crowd funding campaigns, and hashtags for important causes. The town hall will be live-streamed from The New Museum in New York City, but you can access it here. You can also just tune into the “Today” show to see clips of the event. Panel speakers include:

  • Peter Beinart, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
  • Shareeza Bhola, Communications Manager, Change.org
  • Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
  • Jenna Bush Hager, Special Correspondent, NBC News’ “Today”
  • Vanessa Kerry, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Seed Global Health
  • Mario Peregrino, Ambassador, SpeakOutHIV
  • Maliek Powell, Ambassador, SpeakOutHIV
  • Paige Rawls, Author and HIV/AIDS Activist, Positive: A Memoir
  • Zoe Ridolfi-Starr, Student and Founder, No More Red Tape Columbia University
  • Michel Sidibe, Executive Director, UNAIDS
  • Patrick Sullivan, Professor of Epidemiology, Emory University

The event is also taking place on social media under the hashtag #RebelWithCause.

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Streaming NY Fashion Week

mbfw2015New York Fashion Week is in full swing until September 11th and like all things fashionable,  it’s also pretty exclusive. But the way #NYFW14 is trending on social media, it’s a shame it’s not broadcast on primetime television. It’s not exactly captivating television for the layman, but the audience is dedicated.

Luckily, they don’t have to be in New York or in Prabal Gurung to get a front row fix thanks to second screen options for streaming the shows.

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Getting Social for the TVNewser Social TV Panel

304x200We’re putting on a big TV news and social media event in New York next week.

Social TV will be a big topic of the TVNewser Show next Tuesday. Your humble Lost Remote editor will moderate “The Rise of Social TV.”

Joining me will be a who’s who of TV news and social media: SVP for editorial & innovation at NBC News Julian March; Fox News/Fox Business’ chief digital officer Jeff Misenti; Bloomberg TV social media producer Katy Finneran; and founder and CEO of i.TV Brad Pelo.

Together, we’ll analyze TV news and entertainment outlets’ on-air social media integration; how social media is changing traditional reporters and anchors’ newsgathering; how digital and mobile platforms are changing the way networks produce content; whether second screen devices are helping or hurting traditional TV; and more.

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Friendly Reminder: Lost Remote Party Tonight

Last chance: the TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party is tonight! Come join the sites’ editors and your fellow media professionals for a few drinks at Bubble Lounge in Tribeca at 6:30 p.m. Our parties are a great way to talk shop with colleagues across the industry and network with your fellow television news employees.

If you come to the party, you’ll also get a 20% discount on tickets to the TVNewser Show, which will be held April 29 at the New Yorker Hotel. So RSVP here, and we’ll see you in a few hours.

TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party • Tuesday, April 15, • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Bubble Lounge • 228 West Broadway

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Come to the Lost Remote Party and Get 20% Off Tickets to the TVNewser Show

The TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party is just two days away! Come join the sites’ editors and your fellow media professionals for a few drinks at Bubble Lounge in Tribeca on Tuesday, April 15. Our parties are a great way to talk shop with colleagues across the industry and network with your fellow television news employees.

If you come to the party, you’ll also get a 20% discount on tickets to the TVNewser Show, which will be held April 29 at the New Yorker Hotel. So RSVP here, and we’ll see you Tuesday.

TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party • Tuesday, April 15, • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Bubble Lounge • 228 West Broadway

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Come to the TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party!

Ahead of this month’s TVNewser Show — where we’ll be talking about Aereo, drones and social TV, among many other topics — we’re throwing a party for television news professionals. Whether you’re looking for a new job in the industry, have an anonymous tip that you want to share in person or just want to celebrate the warm(er) weather, please join us for drinks.

TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party • Tuesday, April 15, • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Bubble Lounge • 228 West Broadway

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If you’ve been to one of our parties before, you know they’re a great way to network and connect with other people in the industry. So RSVP here, and we’ll see you on April 15.

Lost Remote’s LA Show is Quickly Approaching – Register Now to Save $200

LostRemote300x250fbWith Lost Remote’s LA Show right around the corner, professionals in the television and social marketing industries are gearing up to debate the trends, developments, and insights surrounding social TV. The conference’s fresh, interactive format will allow media experts to collaborate and discuss the ways in which social media is transforming the TV experience for good.

Keynotes and panels will be presented by experienced media and broadcasting professionals, including Michael Engleman, Executive Vice President of Syfy and Chiller, and Robert Hayes, Executive Vice President of Digital Media at NBC Entertainment. View the full speaker list here.

Anyone with an interest in social media’s influence on television is encouraged to attend. The full conference agenda includes topics ranging from social TV analytics, mobile strategies best practices, and the rise of multi-channel networks.

Think that sticking a hashtag at the bottom of the screen is all it takes? Explore the intricacies of successful social TV strategies at the Lost Remote LA Show. Register now to save $200 on on-site prices!

Don’t Forget to RSVP to the Lost Remote, TVNewser and TVSpy Party

stitch large The Lost Remote, TVSpy and TVNewser party is just two days away! Come join the sites’ editors and your fellow media professionals for a few drinks at Stitch. If you’ve been to one of our parties before, you know they’re a great way to network with other people in the industry. If you haven’t, now’s a great time to start. So RSVP here, and we’ll see you Wednesday.

TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party • Wednesday, November 20 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Stitch Bar & Lounge • 247 W. 37th St (b/t 7th & 8th Ave.)

Come Party With Lost Remote, TVNewser and TVSpy!

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Are you burned out from political coverage after the government shutdown? Looking for a new job in the television industry? Have an anonymous tip that you want to tell us in person? If any of these apply to you, good news: Lost Remote, TVNewser and TVSpy are having a party this month, and you’re invited.

TVNewser, TVSpy and Lost Remote Party • Wednesday, November 20 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Stitch Bar & Lounge • 247 W. 37th St (b/t 7th & 8th Ave.)

Come join the sites’ editors and your fellow media professionals for a few drinks at Stitch. If you’ve been to one of our parties before, you know they’re a great way to network and connect with other people in the industry. If you haven’t, now’s a great time to start. So RSVP here, and we’ll see you on November 20.

5 reasons why you should attend Lost Remote’s LA Show on December 13th

LRLAAfter our extremely successful Lost Remote NYC Show in April (which featured an exciting keynote from MTV President Stephen Friedman about the network’s impact on the industry) we’re bringing back the event in an even bigger way in Los Angeles on Friday, December 13th (save $300 when you register before November 6th by clicking here). Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss his. Read more

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