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Sign Up Now For Lost Remote’s LA Show and Save $350

lost remote the la show logoAfter a successful run in New York last year, Lost Remote is bringing its Inside Social TV Show to Los Angeles on December 13. Sign up before October 24 and save $350 on tickets — you’ll get to hear from top television executives on everything in the social media world from engaging viewers to capitalizing on the second screen.

In addition to Syfy President David Howe, the keynote speaker, hear from top thinkers at NBC News, Fox Broadcasting, Facebook, Roku, Sling Media and Mass Relevance. Lost Remote’s Cory Bergman and Natan Edelsburg will chair the event.

Additional notable speakers include Cait Hood, who directs the official social network presence and strategy of shows like Glee, Family Guy, New Girl, and American Idol, and Robert Hayes, Executive Vice President, Digital Media at NBC Entertainment, who will discuss what networks are planning for the spring and summer TV seasons.

The show’s interactive format will allow you to examine how some of the biggest brands in broadcast and cable are leveraging social TV to transform the viewing experience, generate new revenue streams and revolutionize how content is developed, delivered and consumed.

Take advantage of early bird prices! Save $350 when you register before October 24.

Bob Schieffer Issues Challenge to Local Broadcasters at NAB

Bob Schieffer, chief Washington correspondent for CBS News, told attendees of the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas it’s up to local broadcasters to step into the role of local government watchdog with more newspapers folding, as reported by TVNewsCheck.

Schieffer was accepting the Distinguished Service Award from the NAB when he told the room, unless there is someone in the community, “that keeps an eye on local government, we are going to see corruption in this country in a way never seen before.”

“You cannot have a democracy unless people have that independently gathered version of events compared to what government is telling them,” Schieffer said. “More and more it’s going to be the broadcaster that is depended on for that accurate information.” Read more

Facebook’s Kay Madati, Monetization Panel Added to Lost Remote Show Lineup

We’re excited to announce that Facebook’s Head of Entertainment and Media, Kay Madati, has joined the speaking roster for Lost Remote’s NYC Show on April 24. Madati will speak on understanding the social TV fan with Erik Martin of reddit.com and Greg Galant of Sawhorse Media.

As a member of the Global Marketing Solutions team, Madati is responsible for leading the team that oversees creating effective, long-term strategies and scalable solutions for television, theatrical, and media partners.

An additional panel session, Monetizing Social TV: The Roadmap to Real-Time Revenue, has also been added to the agenda. Nilay Patel of The Verge and Jeremy Toeman of Dijit Media will explore who is actually making money off social TV.

Patel and Toeman will lead an intriguing discussion to show you how to take advantage of emerging monetary opportunities and overcome challenges faced by brands and agencies in the social TV space.

View the full program here.

For the best rates, register before March 29.

Meet TV Executives and Social Media Experts at Lost Remote’s First Conference

Join us for our first conference, Lost Remote — The NYC Show, on April 24 to explore how social media and the ensuing explosion of apps have reinvented the way brands, networks, and agencies are connecting with their audiences. You’ll get $300 off onsite prices when you register before Friday, December 7.

Unlike other conferences that focus on a single aspect of the social TV puzzle, our full-day event is explicitly designed to address the array of challenges and changes facing the broadcast and cable networks space. You’ll discover emerging opportunities and solutions that will foster consumer interaction and drive viewership.

If you’re interested in monetizing your “second screen audience” and uncovering the latest social TV solutions, Lost Remote- The NYC Show is the one event you can’t afford to miss! Our speakers will cut through the hype and show you how to navigate the next generation of TV with limited resources.

Connect with high-level TV executives, social media gurus, brand marketers, creative directors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, technologists, producers, and microbloggers during our discussions, coffee breaks, lunch, and drinks reception.Bluefin Labs and Vidpresso have joined the conference as sponsors and exhibitors, respectively. For sponsorship information, please visit our site or email Frank Fazio.

Remember to register before Friday and save.

Thanks for Coming to the TVSpy & TVNewser Party

TVSpy and TVNewser kicked off Thanksgiving week with a party at sideBar in New York City on Monday night. If you attended, thanks for coming out and having a drink with us, and if you missed it, we hope to see you next time.

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Reminder: TVSpy and TVNewser Party Tonight

A friendly reminder that the TVSpy and TVNewser editors will be hosting a pre-Thanksgiving, post-election party tonight at sideBar in New York City.  The details are below, so be sure to swing by, grab a drink and say hello!

TVNewser & TVSpy Party

Monday, November 19

sideBar

118 E 15th St (on Irving Place, a block from Union Square)

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

If you’ve attended our parties before, you know that sharing a few drinks with us is a great way to connect with other TV news professionals. So RSVP here and we’ll see you next week.

Come to the TVSpy & TVNewser Party Monday

Our November party is just two days away! Please join us on Monday for a drink with the TVSpy and TVNewser editors, and your colleagues across the industry, at sideBar in New York City.

TVNewser & TVSpy Party

Monday, November 19

sideBar

118 E 15th St (on Irving Place, a block from Union Square)

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

If you’ve attended our parties before, you know that sharing a few drinks with us is a great way to connect with other TV news professionals. So RSVP here and we’ll see you next week.

TVSpy and TVNewser Are Having a Party!

Our October party plans were cancelled by Hurricane Sandy, but we’re trying this again: come have a drink with the TVSpy and TVNewser editors, and your colleagues across the industry, at sideBar in New York City next week.

TVNewser & TVSpy Party

Monday, November 19

sideBar

118 E 15th St (on Irving Place, a block from Union Square)

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

If you’ve attended our parties before, you know that sharing a few drinks with us is a great way to connect with other TV news professionals. So RSVP here and we’ll see you next week.

Come Party With TVSpy & TVNewser!

It’s been a long road to the 2012 Presidential election in the news business. To celebrate the fact that you made it (or almost made it, as the case may be) come have a drink with the TVSpy and TVNewser editors, and your colleagues across the industry, at sideBar in New York City next week.

TVNewser & TVSpy Party

Monday, October 29

sideBar

118 E 15th St (on Irving Place, a block from Union Square)

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

If you’ve attended our parties before, you know that sharing a few drinks with us is a great way to connect with other TV news professionals. So RSVP here and we’ll see you next week.

Hearst, WCVB Celebrate Anniversaries at Joint Party

Hearst threw a party at Boston’s Museum of Fine arts Thursday night to celebrate two milestone events: Hearst turning 125 and WCVB, the company’s ABC affiliate, turning 40.

The event, which was attended by 250 guests, included a private screening of Citizen Hearst at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Among the attendees: musician John Legend, Hearst CEO Frank A. Bennack, Jr., WCVB general manager Bill Fine, anchor Susan Wornick, traffic reporter Dorothy Krysiuk, past general manager Paul LaCamera, reporter Liam Martin (pictured left), anchor Emily Riemer (pictured center) and meteorologist JC Monahan (pictured right).

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