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Adam Flomenbaum

New York, NY
As seen in:  Adweek
Covers:  connected tv, social tv, tv everywhere, participation tv, second screen

Editor of @adweek's #socialTV site @lostremote | My favorite @sportscenter duo is Neil Everett and Stan Verrett

Project Blueprint and ESPN's impressive digital and social growth - Lost Remote

Project Blueprint and ESPN's impressive digital and social growth - Lost Remote

3 Predictions for How Facebook's Paper Will Impact Social TV - Lost Remote

3 Predictions for How Facebook's Paper Will Impact Social TV - Lost Remote

Ellen Raps and Conan Games with Gronk and Beast Mode in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips — In this week's installment of our partnership with 5by , the video discovery and messaging platform that curates the web's best viral videos, we take a look at the top five videos of the week from the platform's TV category.

‘The Blacklist’ to Launch #RedOnTheRun Scavenger Hunt Ahead of Move to Thursday — There was a good chance that 'The Blackist' was going to be another network crime drama that would either be cancelled early in its run or muddle along for a few seasons before disappearing. Instead, the show is one of NBC's biggest hits in years, and the second half premiere of Season 2 will be airing immediately following this year's Super Bowl.

Season 3 Premiere of FX’s ‘The Americans’ Drives Little, But Telling, Twitter Reaction — Season 3 of FX's hit show 'The Americans' returned this week, and while it is not the most social of TV shows (even though it placed fourth on Wednesday's Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings chart with a unique audience of 683,000, only 7,000 tweets were sent about the show) the Twitter conversation that did occur was telling.

Forrester Research Survey: Only 46% of Millennials Watch Linear TV Monthly — Forester Research last week published the findings of a new survey - ' Making Sense Of New Video Consumption Behavior ' - which showed that only 46% of US online millennials, Gen Xers, and Younger Boomers watch linear TV monthly.

Exclusive: Viacom Velocity Spoofs Parenting in the Social Media Age on New YouTube Channel — It's time to accept - and embrace - the fact that branded content is everywhere, and when it's executed well, it can be just as entertaining and "valuable" as non-branded content. As we wrote just this morning, BuzzFeed's first TV commercial (for Friskies) was the most engaging ad of the past week, capturing a 4.5% Digital Share of Voice according to iSpot.TV.

BuzzFeed’s First Branded TV Commercial for Friskies Is This Week’s Most Engaging Ad — It's time to take a look at the top 10 ads of the week by digital share of voice*, powered by tracks TV ads in real-time and allows customers to monitor social actions, search activity and online video views associated with TV spots across Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Bing, and Yahoo!

Twitter TV Ratings Come to France — Outside of the United States and the United Kingdom, France has one of the most active social TV audiences (it's worth following Philippe Khattou 's Twitter account, @French_SocialTV), and today they are getting their own Twitter TV Ratings. Nielsen has been Twitter's partner for Twitter TV Ratings in the U.S.

Neil Patrick Harris First to Use Twitter’s New Video Product; Makes Exclusive Oscar Announcement — Announced in a blog post today, Twitter has unveiled two new major product features: group messaging and a mobile video camera. The mobile video camera has the most social TV applicability. Networks and viewers are already creating TV-related loops on Vine, but the new mobile video feature allows users to capture and share 30-second long videos in tweets - this comes along with a native video player.

FreemantleMedia’s Digital Chief: TV Success Now Determined by Social Activity, Not Ratings — Keith Hindle - CEO of Digital & Branded Entertainment at FreemantleMedia, producers of 'X Factor,' 'Britain's Got Talent,' and 'American Idol' - told The Guardian last week that advertisers now measure the success of a TV show more by the social engagement it engenders than by ratings.

Fast Company Editors Debate Whether Netflix and Amazon Can Take on Hollywood — 'Transparent' won at the Golden Globes; Woody Allen is developing a new series for Amazon; Netflix's shares are soaring. Netflix and Amazon have already proven their mettle in the TV space, but both have plans to take on hollywood at the box office. This is where things get interesting.
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