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Save $350 and Sign Up Now For Lost Remote’s LA Show

Lost Remote is bringing its hit conference, the Lost Remote Show to the West Coast, December 13 in Los Angeles! Sign up before midnight tonight and save $350 on tickets. Named one of the 10 most important emerging technologies by the MIT Technology Review, Social TV and second screen apps are transforming the traditional TV landscape and changing how content is consumed.

At Lost Remote LA, our veteran lineup of brand leaders and industry influencers will share how they’re capitalizing on the second screen, engaging viewers in real time, and amplifying social viewing to craft new types of TV experiences. Join us in LA and gain practical insight and actionable advice on monetizing Social TV in a rapidly multi-screen, multi-
device world.

The speaker roster includes Rob Gelick, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Platforms for CBS Interactive Entertainment, David Howe, President of Syfy, Todd Lefelt, Managing Director of User Experience at Huge, who has worked with clients including Clear Channel, National Geographic, NBC Universal, Samsung, Toyota and Warner Music Group, Michael Sid, CEO and Co-Founder at Mediamorph, who will discuss Social TV Analytics and sentiment measurement tools and more!

Take advantage of early bird prices! Save $350 off onsite prices when you register before October 24.

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