I’m excited to announce that Shorty Awards Cofounder and Executive Producer Greg Galant will be joining the roster for Lost Remote’s NYC event on April 24th. Galant will be moderating our panel on the social TV fan that currently includes reddit’s Erik Martin. Galant’s social TV expertise dates back Read more
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This is the question Jake Caputo, owner of design shop Design Crumbs, asked last night as he launched TakeMyMoneyHBO.com, a site that allows you to tweet @HBOGO and @HBO how much you'd be willing to pay them for a standalone HBO GO account that's not tied to a linear TV subscription. We spoke with Jake about his attempt to get the premium cable channel's attention, but first: how much are people willing to pay?
I've decided to take a rare step back and look at how a project I'm involved in is affecting the social TV equation, so full disclosure up front. Muck Rack has been defining what it means to be a journalists in the age of the social web. With the largest database of verified journalists, the community has flourished by offering a way to see what's trending among our curated community, navigate within top outlets and find individual journalists Twitter accounts, and understand how journalists "social bylines" are equally as important as their bylines with their outlets. I hope you'll enjoy the rare occasion where we turn the tables to share our own projects, in the case brand new tools to track thousands of journalists on Twitter and social media.