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Seth Rogen reveals random people that have been in touch with him on Twitter on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ at SXSW

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Lost Remote attended the taping of last night’s epic episode of Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live from Austin, Texas during SXSW.

Seth Rogen and Dave Franco were the guests and social of course came up through the conversation. Here are the details.

Melanie Witkower, founder and CEO of Screen-Bridge who attended the taping told Lost Remote that Seth talked, “about the most bizarre people who have been in touch with him on Twitter and what they had to say.”

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How ‘Watch What Happens Live’ makes GIFs part of the production

It’s no surprise that GIFs have made a huge comeback as a major social TV tool. While almost every major network has a Tumblr presence online for GIFs and often even professional GifMakers not many live productions have incorporate GIFs into the linear broadcast in a GIF way. Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live (produced by Embassy Row) has changed that with their “Gif of the Night.” Read more

Social Media 'big part of the decision' to make 'Anderson' live

Anderson Cooper has had a big year. The news anchor and talk show host has continue to grow his influence offline and on the social web. His syndicated talk show Anderson Live (formerly Anderson) just announced it's season two premiere, and built into the production is a robust social TV strategy to take advantage of the new format. We talk to Executive Producer Terence Noonan about their social TV plans for the new season.

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