South By Southwest Interactive News

Tuesday Feb 3rd, 2015

SXSW Interactive Featured Session Speaker: Steve Case

Written by Aurora Blase

Featured Sessions at the 2015 SXSW Interactive Festival showcase some of the world’s most innovative thinkers. Today’s installment of the Featured Speaker Feature focuses on Steve Case. At SXSW, catch his session Rise of the Rest Pitch Competition session on Sunday, March 15th at 5 at the Hilton...

Tuesday Feb 3rd, 2015

SXAméricas Announces 2015 Panels Focused on Latinos in American Culture

Written by Anwar Chagollan

SXAméricas is proud to announce two distinctive panels that will discuss Latinos in American culture and the obstacles they face at work and in the media. These events will take place on Tuesday, March 17 as a part of Convergence Day programming at SXSW and will be open...

Monday Feb 2nd, 2015

Compete in Startup Village's ReleaseIt at SXSW! Entry Deadline is February 6

Written by Aurora Blase

SXSW Interactive wants to recognize companies who are launching during or just before the festival by giving these deserving ventures a boost of exposure on their own ReleaseIt at SXSW stage in Startup Village on Friday, March 13, 2015.

ReleaseIt at SXSW is a fantastic event that allows companies...

Monday Feb 2nd, 2015

2015 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: Data & the Science of Leadership

Written by Megan Simpson

Core Conversation presenter of the Data and the Science of Leadership, Dan Chuparkoff, will arrive in Austin this March from Mountain View, California. Chuparkoff has been a software development leader for nearly 20 years, and has helped to evolve software teams, and the products that they build, to serve...

Friday Jan 30th, 2015

2015 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: Crowd Sharing – Crowdfunding and Sourcing in Games

Written by Megan Simpson

Crowdfunding is often hailed as a way to free developers from the shackles of publishers, and as a way to make very specific products for very specific audiences. However, what seems to be missing is ongoing dialogue about building this into a self-sustaining ecosystem of development where the crowd is...

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