Join PromaxBDA at SXSW as we help kick off the annual Austin conference. This two-hour event will include cocktails, appetizers and special session “From Market to Make It: How Social TV Technologies are Guiding Audiences To The Content They’ll Love” with industry leaders from GetGlue, Lost Remote, and i.TV. This is an invite only event and seating is limited, so please be sure to RSVP below.
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From Market to Make It: How Social TV Technologies are Guiding Audiences to The Content They’ll Love
There was a time when Content was King; but success today depends on the size, quality and engagement of the Kingdom. In other words, the audience. PromaxBDA presents this insightful discussion with leaders in Social TV, where you’ll learn about the technologies, platforms and social strategies that aggregate audiences, drive engagement and create legions of passionate fans.
Alex Iskold, CEO, GetGlue
Justin Whittaker, Co-Founder, i.TV
Cory Bergman, GM, Breaking News and Editor, Lost Remote
Additional panelist to be announced
FRIDAY, MARCH 9
The Rocket Boys is an indie rock band from Austin, Texas. The band was previously known as Homer Hiccolm & the Rocketboys. Since their formation, they have gained popularity from playing such festivals as Austin City Limits Music Festival, Next Big Nashville, CMJ, and South by Southwest.
Zeale is a hip-hop/indie/alternative artist from Austin, Texas. He has worked with a number of artists across genres, including Los Angeles’ Awolnation and the newly reunited At The Drive-In’s Jim Ward.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10
One of Michael Jackson’s nephews, Austin Brown is a singer, dancer, producer, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. A blend of soul, rock and pop, Brown co-founded the independent record label The Royal Factory and premiered a track on an episode of “Lopez Tonight”.
Fusing indie rock with the heat of the humid south, Quiet Hounds
released their first album in 2011. Shrouded in mystery the past few months, the band finally unveiled their identities in February 2012 during a show at The Goat Farm in Atlanta.
SUNDAY, MARCH 11
Blackberry Smoke is a hybrid of southern rock and country that formed in the South in 2004. In 2011, the six-man band was signed to Zac Brown’s record label Southern Ground.
The music of the electro-pop duo Cherub ranges from ballads to club bangers, and uses old drum machines and keyboards. Their influences include Prince, Zapp and Roger and contemporary artists like Pharrel and the Dream.
MONDAY, MARCH 12
Berlin-born Gemma Ray blends retro and contemporary pop. The singer-songwriter has been featured in a variety of music magazines, and lives in the UK.
Hellogoodbye is a power pop band from Huntington Beach, California. Formed in 2001, they have recorded several albums over the years, including their most recent Would it Kill You?.