We’ve covered NBC’s The Voice closely this season as the show continues to innovate in social TV. Over two years ago, The Voice set a social TV precedent in how new platforms can take a show to the next level. We’ve continued to cover the show and this season we watched as they took social to the next level again by launching #VoiceSave. Vice President of Marketing for
NBC Entertainment, Jared Goldsmith just presented results about #VoiceSave and the show’s social TV growth for the first time at the Lost Remote Show in LA. Read more
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Social TV has revolutionized an industry and Lost Remote has been on the front lines along the way. Thanks to Mediabistro today’s our second major event where major players from this industry are presenting. I will attempt to Livestream the panels I’m involved with on Livestream.com from my mobile device. Click here to tune in and check the timing.
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.
It’s official. We’re excited to announce the Syfy President Dave Howe will be keynoting Lost Remote’s LA Show taking place on December 13th. Syfy recently had the social TV hit of the summer (and maybe the year) with it’s shark meets tornado made for TV movie, #Sharknado. Howe is no stranger to digital and social TV. Among many accomplishments, four years ago he launched a new global brand identity by evolving SCI FI Channel to Syfy, prepping the brand for the social TV revolution. Read more
Another season of primetime television buying is nearing it’s end. The TV upfronts are a stable of the television sales cycle that help keep the billions of dollars of ad spending flowing in consistently. The NewFronts, originally started by Digitas have now grown tremendously and have provided web video networks including Hulu, YouTube and Blip show off their new content. While the NewFronts continue to grow each year, their effectiveness in selling a non-linear slate of web content has always been in question. Blip, one of the largest web video networks participated in the NewFronts for the first time and also invested in traditional media to get the word out. We interviewed Blip CEO Kelly Day and President, Sales & Marketing, Jason Krebs about their big year. Read more
In Late April Lost Remote hosted its first ever NYC event. The day begin with a fireside chat I led with our main keynote speaker, MTV President Stephen Friedman. Friedman captivated the room in a discussion that drove into the fascinating details of how MTV treats social. We’re excited to share the full transcript from the keynote that includes Friedman discussing the value of Instagram, Tumblr and trusting the young generations both within the company and the audience to guide where their brands thrive and tell stories. Read more
The first Lost Remote NYC Show is underway. We’ve already heard from MTV President Stephen Friedman and have an exciting morning that’s including talks from Facebook, Reddit and more. Bravo Digital Media Executive Vice President Lisa Hsia was just on stage presenting an exciting new piece of research exclusively with the audience. Here’s an inside look at how Bravo has the most loyal fans, how social editions of their shows perform better, details on @TheBravoholic and more. Read more
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