Lisa Gregorian – My Top 10 Apps

As Chief Marketing Officer of the Warner Bros. Television Group (WBTVG), highly respected marketing innovator Lisa Gregorian interfaces with the Studio’s internal television marketing teams as well as television networks and stations worldwide to maximize and fully exploit the promotional marketing opportunities for all of the Studio’s television properties, including network, first-run, cable and animated series, of which there are more than 50 for the 2013-14 season.



Facebook 25    Facebook:    Facebook helps me keep in touch with friends and family easier than ever before – especially when birthdays come up.


PS Express    PS Express:    A little crop and brightness adjustment using PS Express give my photos a polished look before I upload them.


Foursquare25    Foursquare:    What’s that restaurant I liked in Burbank last month, and what did I order there? A glance at my Foursquare profile solves those pressing mysteries.


Scramble    Scramble:    Scramble places competitive wordplay at my fingertips, and I’m usually challenging 15 opponents at a time!


Instagram 25    Instagram:    Instagram filters elevate the simplest photos to artistic status.


Uber 25    Uber:    Uber should prevent a large number of DWIs from occurring in major cities, because the app gives you the power to call a car whenever you need it.


Gilt    Gilt:    Surfing Gilt is like browsing through a sample sale. Except there’s no tug of war over the last sweater.


Save2PDF    Save2PDF:    I store my business documents on my iPad using Save2PDF. Very clean interface.


netflix    Netflix:    Playing a movie or TV show on the Netflix app coaches me through my rounds on the treadmill or stationary bike.


CW    The CW:    I’m proud that our team created The CW app! Since so many of The CW shows are serial, this app empowers viewers to catch up on full episodes.


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