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Adam Flomenbaum

New York, NY
Covers:  connected tv, social tv, tv everywhere, participation tv, second screen

Account Strategist at @Outbrain | Editor of @lostremote | My favorite @sportscenter anchor is Neil Everett

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

With Nielsen Partnership, Canvs Becomes First Fully Automated Social TV Sentiment Platform

lostremote.com — Canvs has been providing us with sentiment analysis of tweets around TV shows for a few months now, but has today announced a formal partnership with Nielsen and its Twitter TV Ratings. Canvs , then, becomes the first completely syndicated qualitative social TV platform, giving both networks and marketers more tools to extract meaning from viewer tweets.

Nielsen’s Q3 Audience Report: Time-Shifted Viewing, Online Video Consumption on the Rise

lostremote.com — Nielsen last week released its third quarter "Total Audience Report" (formerly the "Cross-Platform Report"), and the findings support what has become evident over the past year: viewers are increasingly consuming TV content in time-shifted settings, and are watching TV and online video on a variety of devices.

Social TV Year-in-Review: ‘TODAY’ Orange Room Producer Adam Miller

lostremote.com — The below post is part of our 2014 Social TV Year-in-Review guest post series and is written by TODAY Orange Room Producer Adam Miller. 2014 was the year of...Orange. In September, we celebrated the one-year anniversary of TODAY's groundbreaking social initiative, the Orange Room hosted by Carson Daly.

Seinfeld, Fallon, and Kimmel Lead This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips on 5by

lostremote.com — 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.

Stefon Returns to SNL in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

lostremote.com — In this Friday's installment of our partnership with 5by , the video discovery platform ( which now includes a messaging feature) 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.

Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Carrey Lead the Charge in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

lostremote.com — In this Friday'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.

Jim, Jake, and John Lead the Pack in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

lostremote.com — In this Friday'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. Celebrities lead the selection of the top TV clips on 5by from the past week.

Lost in Translation with Key & Peele in This Week’s Top 5 Viral TV Clips

lostremote.com — In this Friday's installment of our partnership with 5by , the video discovery platform ( which now includes a messaging feature) 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.

Throwback Thursday: Looking Back at ‘Dawson’s Creek,’ Connected Content Pioneer

lostremote.com — We often write about cross-platform fan engagement as though it has been happening in earnest for three, five, maybe ten years. And yet with Dawson's Desktop, 'Dawson's Creek' was doing this as early as 1998, and doing it extremely well.

Social Scoreboard: Week of November 10

lostremote.com — Nielsen's Twitter TV Ratings chart took some interesting turns this week. Lifetime's 'Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B' took the number one spot this week with 997,000 tweets by 258,000 unique authors. It grabbed the top spot because it was so comically bad. Whereas 'Sharknado' was both comically bad and enjoyable, 'Aaliyah' was met on social with pure vitriol.
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