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Adam Flomenbaum

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

Executive Editor @TheDrum's @FoundRemote. Senior Account Strategist @Outbrain. 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

Honda bet big on Community’s move to Yahoo and it paid off handsomely

thedrum.com — When Yahoo picked up a sixth season of Community after it was canceled by NBC, it knew that, at the very least, the show's small but rabid fan base would tune in. What it couldn't possibly know was that the show would enjoy one of its most critically acclaimed seasons yet, with viewers "tuning in" in droves.

How Sling TV plans to make TV simple again: an interview with CEO Roger Lynch

thedrum.com — At some point while watching Sling TV's new commercials - perhaps when "Old TV," personified by a schoolyard bike gang, comes to a customer's house to warn of an overdue bill, or, when an installation technician gives a customer a wet willie - you will realize that your relationship with your cable provider is, at best, fractured.

Alternative Press Music Awards takes a (social TV) bite out of Sharknado 3 hoopla

thedrum.com — As networks have learned the past few years: put an awards show on TV and it will be reacted to on Twitter. Looking at the social TV week that was with insights from Canvs, the Alternative Press Music Awards inspired 124,393 reactions on Twitter - or, 5% of total reactions on the platform.

If you can't stream them, join them: why AOL will help promote Hulu's "South Beach"

thedrum.com — In many ways, AOL (and Verizon) is competing with Hulu for the rights to stream new original series. For " South Beach," though, a forthcoming Hulu series that begins July 29, Verizon will be an anchor sponsor for the dramatic series while AOL will be a promotional partner.

Exclusive: "Dating Naked" is more fun in an 8-bit game

thedrum.com — Dating was never easy in the first place, and so VH1 went out and made it even harder with its show "Dating Naked." Returning for its second season starting tonight at 9pm EST, "Dating Naked" features two primary daters - Kerri and Chris - who are presented with two new mates each week.

Sling TV launches its first national TV campaign, and it’s fantastic

thedrum.com — Sling TV yesterday launched its first national TV campaign with the tagline and hashtag #TakeBackTV. In the campaign Sling TV, which, with a robust channel lineup is intended to replace cable subscriptions, highlights the schoolyard bullying tactics utilized by traditional cable providers.

Sports fans react on Twitter to ESPYs, MLB All-Star, and Wimbledon

thedrum.com — Between the ESPYs, Wimbledon, the MLB All-Star Game, and a big UFC card, last week was a sports lover's dream - hence, it was a reaction-filled week on Twitter. The ESPYs, which continues to grow in popularity year after year (and which got a boost in its move from ESPN to ABC) drove 435,257 (19%) of the 2,353,469 reactions last week on Twitter, according to Canvs.

Wimbledon generates over 48 million video views across social platforms

thedrum.com — Last year, the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), hosts of Wimbledon, turned to Grabyo to help syndicate video content across social. The 2014 results were good: videos were viewed 3.5 million times across Facebook and Twitter. The 2015 results were dramatically better.

How the ESPYS played out on Twitter

thedrum.com — Last night's ESPYs - ESPN's annual sports award show - aired for the first time on ABC. The move was a vote of confidence from Disney higher-ups that the show has moved from niche to mainstream; also, in a TV world dominated by time-shifting, live award shows tend to perform quite well.

Report: Netflix's U.S. OTT market share may fall from 85% to 50% by 2018 amid competition

thedrum.com — Ooyala, Vindicia, and analyst firm MTM today have released a report, "Prospects for Premium OTT in the USA." The report analyzes what the OTT market may look like through 2018 and it surveyed major content providers including FOX, MGM, ITV, Warner Brothers, DIRECTV, Miramax, LionsGate, Maker Studios, Starz, and Verizon.
Jul 14, 2015

Report: @Netflix's U.S. OTT market share may fall from 85% to 50% by 2018 amid competition thedrum.com/news/2015/07/1… pic.twitter.com/Pczc7ykR9C

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Jul 30, 2015

RT @FoundRemote: Good Morning NYC! Tonight will be our first #FoundRemote live event. You can join in & watch LIVE on Periscope. http://t.c…

Jul 29, 2015

RT @WeAreBrave: .@FloBombin Traditional TV is a bundle of frayed nerves. It will unravel. Sling offering is compelling and low cost. #takebacktv



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