Turner Broadcasting announced its Media Camp Class of 2014 today. Five startups will take part in this three-month program based in San Francisco where they will work one-on-one with digital, television and film executives to complete an in-depth curriculum on media-centric topics through workshops and mentoring.

The members of the 2014 class include: AdTonik, a TV audience extension platform for mobile devices; Contextly, a company that combines editorial curation with machine learning to create content recommendations for readers to build a loyal and engaged audience; Flawk, which creates a unique user experience by coordinating a brand’s online following with synchronized media, fan-curated topics and one-on-one interactions; Locket, an Android lock screen app that brings content users are interested in to the locked screen based on user patterns; and Watchup, which creates a personalized newscast experiences for users on select mobile devices.

Balaji Gopinath, vice president of Emerging Technology at Turner Broadcasting stated, “We’re thrilled at the opportunity to work with these five talented startups and see how we can integrate their technologies into our various brand properties.”  Learn more about the Media Camp here.

By TW Staff