What do HBO, NBC News, The CW, MTV, The Weather Channel, and USA Network have in common? They will all be represented at our event, Lost Remote- The NYC Show, April 24 in New York City. Attendees will learn how to successfully drive audience engagement with top venture capitalists and industry leaders, who will serve as mentors and teachers at the event. Register before Thursday and save.
Featured sessions include:
Reinventing TV for the Millennial Generation
MTV President, Stephen Friedman has transformed MTV into the cultural home of the millennial generation, spearheading a reinvention of the brand and a new programming strategy. Learn how a powerhouse like MTV intuitively engages their audience through the adoption of emerging social platforms.
Second Screen Engagement: When TV Meets the Social Dimension
It was hard to miss all of the social media mentions and hashtags associated with The Grammys. Discover how audiences are increasingly multitasking and sharing what they are watching with their friends across social networks. Speakers including Rick Haskins of The CW and Sean Besser of GetGlue will show attendees how to monetize off the new trend of combining TV consumption with second-screen activities.
The Future of Social TV: What Networks are Planning for the Summer and Fall TV Season
Our panelists, including Steve Krakauer, Senior Digital Producer at CNN/US and Ryan Osborn, Vice President, Digital Innovation at NBC News, know what it takes to succeed in social TV. You’ll hear the latest news on what these networks are doing to improve their social TV strategies and receive the opportunity to ask them questions to directly improve your business.
Conference pass prices increase February 21. Register today and save.
- Exclusive: Univision presents multiplatform experience for hit telenovelas at Lost Remote Show
- Exclusive: NBC announces social TV growth for 'The Voice' at Lost Remote Show
- Exclusive: CBS announces results from 'Big Brother Live Feeds' at Lost Remote Show
- Exclusive: Fox Executive on Social TV Powerhouse 'Glee'