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Recap of the Lost Remote Show keynote with MTV President Stephen Friedman

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

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MTV President Stephen Friedman will keynote Lost Remote’s NYC Show in April

Get ready for one of the greatest television gatherings the industry has seen. MTV President Stephen Friedman will keynote our NYC Show taking place in New York City on April 24th. Friedman has not only led MTV to tremendous linear growth but has fueled an organization that is regularly recognized as the most social TV network and youth brand. Make sure to reserve your tickets now to join us in NYC for the following discussion. Read more

MTV hits 100M likes, interview with President Stephen Friedman

As social TV matures, major cable networks continue to treat the growth of their social channels as important as the growth of the linear channels. MTV, which started its main Facebook page in November 2007, has reached over 100 million likes across all their show pages (not including the characters). This success is no surprise to a network that continues to push boundaries...

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