|By PR.com Newswire||
|January 4, 2014 07:00 AM EST||
Las Vegas, NV, January 04, 2014 --(PR.com)-- FLM.TV today announced its Interactive Social TV site will be conducting live demonstrations at Startup Debut during CES® 2014 on Sunday, January 5, from 7-10 pm at Cili Restaurant, 5160 Las Vegas Boulevard South, an events facility on the Bali Hai Golf Course, two blocks south of Mandalay Bay.
FLM.TV focuses on automating the entire entertainment delivery and viewing experience. By giving producers and filmmakers a way to self-program and distribute their branded films, FLM.TV can deliver a new kind of uniquely branded Social TV entertainment programming experience for film viewers in a social and viral environment.
“Our new Social TV is designed to integrate social media and other interactive applications that are often used by viewers, bringing their lifestyle closer to their entertainment,” stated Diane Bernard, Founder & President of FLM.TV. “For the first time viewers can engage not only with their friends but with the directors, actors and crew of the films they are watching through social media, video chatting, twitter, and other applications of their choice. This also brings new opportunities to filmmakers to get closer to their fans.”
FLM.TV puts social TV self-programming in the hands of producers and filmmakers. In FLM.TV’s self-programmable backend studio for filmmakers/producer’s, they can now drive uniquely branded social TV programs to engage with their audience leveraging social media and other interactive applications. This unleashes a new level of ITV programming.
Filmmakers can also increase publicity and fans by using this as a pre-release feature to schedule live, virtual and global events where they can engage fans with pre-releases, extended trailers, sneak previews along side with live chats of cast and crews of these films to new and existing fans.
Virtual Film Festivals
FLM.TV has also created a self-programmable application for film festivals to increase their ticket sales, extend their brand and grow fans globally by launching a virtual film festival to their existing event venue. FLM.TV’s new Social TV Platform will allow virtual festivals viewers to enjoy the similar kind of Q&A from cast and crew from anywhere in the world. FLM.TV will host, manage and provide ticketing for festivals.
Global Movie and Entertainment Research
Global Movie and Entertainment Industry 2012-2017: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis
The global movie and entertainment industry is expected to reach an estimated US $139 billion in 2017 with a CAGR of 4.2% over the next five years. This growth is likely to be driven by the acceleration of online and mobile distribution of movies, lower admission prices, and government policy initiatives in developing countries. (Research: Lucintel)
FLM.TV is an Interactive Social TV Website for the independent film community. It will enable indie film producers, directors and writers a venue to showcase their films to a worldwide audience at no cost. The FLM.TV Web portal will become the go-to site for every aspect of the independent film industry. For further information please visit www.flm.tv.
About Startup Debut
Startup Debut has been serving the needs of innovative digital and startup companies and the media since January 2010, when it first debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show. It has now grown to five annual shows, connecting thousands of media with hundreds of early-stage startups and innovators.
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