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Seinfeld enters the social TV conversation via Reddit AMA

reddit‘Seinfeld’ may have predated social TV, but in its heyday it was certainly the main topic of watercooler talk. Recently, though, Jerry Seinfeldgave the show’s fans a rare opportunity to engage with him about the show.  Last week, Seinfeld participated in a Reddit AMA to draw attention to season 2 of his Crackle show, ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.’ Still, the majority of the questions (and answers) centered around his eponymous show. Read more

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An inside look at reddit’s first live stream event: ‘redditgifts Shopping Network’

Screen Shot 2013-11-25 at 11.53.55 PMReddit is one of the most powerful social networks in the world and has had a big effect on TV. As the social web has matured the major social networks are experimenting with video as they have enormous audiences that make it worth it to invest high quality and relevant content. reddit, described as “the front page of the internet,” is launching it’s first live stream to capture the chaos of Black Friday via the redditgifts Shopping Network . Here’s their brand new promo video (obtained exclusively by Lost Remote) and an interview with reddit General Manager Erik Martin. Read more

Reddit’s Erik Martin will help us understand the social TV fan at Lost Remote’s NYC show

2013 is the year of the social TV fan. One of the most popular social TV platforms right now is reddit, which we profiled back in June. Reddit’s General Manager, Erik Martin will be joining one of the panels that I’m involved with at Lost Remote’s first NYC event on April 24th. Here are the details. Read more

An inside look at Larry King’s new home, Ora TV

While video on the web is more prevalent than ever, there’s still a major debate as to whether or not there’s TV on the web. We can of course watch TV on Hulu, HBO GO, Showtime Anytime and numerous other TV everywhere products, but has non traditional TV-backed video content provided compelling enough content? The launch of Larry King-backed Ora TV is beginning a new chapter of TV on the web via Hulu. We spoke with Ora TV CEO Jon Housman about the launch of the network. Read more

An inside look at Cinemax’s social TV strategy for ‘Hunted’

Cinemax is preparing to launch their latest original series and have tapped social TV fan experts Campfire to birth an experience to build buzz in time for the premiere. Hunted, a Bourne Identity-type show premiering on October 19th and starring Melissa George adds to the action-packed brand of originals that Cinemax has been building. Just a year ago the HBO owned channel successfully launched Strike Back, currently in the middle of episode two. We interviewed Chris Spadaccini, Senior Vice President of Brand and Product Marketing at HBO, Sabrina Caluori, Vice President of Social Media and Performance Marketing at HBO and Steve Coulson, Senior Creative Director at Campfire.

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'Breaking Bad' does good with charity fundraiser on Reddit

I'm a huge fan of social good efforts tied to TV, and the cool kids on Reddit have whipped up a charity fundraiser tied to the hit AMC series, "Breaking Bad." The idea was sparked by Luis Moncada, one of the actors on the show, who wanted to help a charity called "A Place Called Home." The LA-based nonprofit helps educate children about gang violence and drug abuse.

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Surprising reasons why TV should pay attention to Reddit

It's our mission to tell you about the major social platforms that enhance TV. From interviews with Facebook and Tumblr to constant coverage of Twitter's major TV-related announcements, we're your one-stop resource. But there's one massive social platform with thriving TV communities that we haven't covered -- and it may be a surprise for TV marketers.

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