Amanda Cerny Announced As LiveXLive's Contributing Social Editor and Content Creator

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Loton, Corp's LiveXLive Studio announced that Amanda Cerny has signed to be the company's first Contributing Social Editor and content creator.

Just as comedy has become an integral part of major music festival lineups, LXL Studios will bring Cerny's distinctive viral humor to the LiveXLive platform by working with her to create original content, drive millennials to the network and attract other major social influencers to the team.

"I couldn't be more excited to join LiveXLive in distributing the ultimate live concert experiences for the world to enjoy," said Cerny.

"Thanks to LiveXLive's platform, no one is left out! Time to make the world smile and dance together!"

Cerny's first ever concert was a Kenney Chesney show but her tastes have matured now to include favorites Kygo, Chus & Ceballos, the Chainsmokers and Thomas Jack.

Her enthusiasm for the music festival experience will lend itself to authentic content for LXL. She has attended Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Europe, Ultra Miami, and ADE.

LXL Studios will host LiveXLive's music magazine-style news show, which will act as the flagship for LiveXLive.

It will feature a socially influential cast, including contributions from Cerny, and take fans around the world of music in "snack sized bits" of real-time, curated, authentic, relevant, behind-the-scenes content segments.

Since its initial broadcast in 2015, LiveXLive has sought to become the singular global destination for music fans to enjoy premium live performances from leading festivals, nightlife and concert venues, as well as original content and artist exclusives and interviews.

The platform has featured performances and content from the world's biggest artists, including Rihanna, Katy Perry, Metallica, Duran Duran, Radiohead, Chance The Rapper, Bruce Springsteen, Avicii, Maroon 5, and many more.

The company has also partnered with Rock In Rio, Outside Lands, Verizon, Screenvision/KAOS Connect, OneLive, and MTV to lay its foundation across the worlds of music and technology.

Cerny, who recently was featured on CBS's 60 Minutes, has become a thought leader in her space.

Cerny's 11 million plus Instagram followers, 6.5 million Facebook followers and millions of plays on her YouTube channel create great synergies for growing audience for