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  1. How Twitter Has Changed How We Watch TV to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    Social media has had a dramatic impact on how we watch television, with Twitter leading the way for a social TV revolution. Social television - the term used to describe ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Room 18ABCD (map)

  2. Saving the Couch Potatoes: The Cloud-y Future of TV to

    Workshops on Saturday 9th March

    RSVP Required - Over half of TV consumers today use their mobile devices while watching TV (Pew Research, http://goo.gl/dkbXf). With the attention shifting away from the big screen, new ways ...

    At AT&T Conference Center, Classroom 106 (map)

  3. Get Ready to Rumble! How WWE Is Crushing Social TV to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    With more than 123 million fans/followers on Facebook and Twitter, WWE ranks among the sports world's digital leaders. Wrestlemania XXVIII alone generated 110 worldwide trends over the show's five-hour period ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol E-H (map)

  4. Time Shifting: Is Sports the Last One Standing? to

    Core Conversation on Saturday 9th March

    As digital devices and streaming make appointment based viewing less important, live sports appears to be one of the last categories that can consistently draw massive viewership numbers. How are ...

    At Hyatt Regency Austin, Hill Country ABCD (map)

  5. WB Tell-A-Vision to

    on Saturday 9th March

    WB Tell-A-Vision: an immersive experience, changing daily, about the art of storytelling. How do you like to watch?

    At Mexic-Arte Museum (map)

  6. Deadliest Catch's Twitter for Tough Guys to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    Social media is a pervasive part of our lives – from how we connect with our family & friends to how we consume media. But is it for everyone? How ...

    At Hyatt Regency Austin, Texas Ballroom 1-4 (map)

  7. Corridor Digital - Explode Into The Future to

    Gaming Expo on Saturday 9th March

    SXSW GEEK Stage - The future of television and film is uncertain. That's where Sam and Niko step in. Their YouTube channel, CorridorDigital, gets millions of views releasing videogame inspired ...

    At Palmer Event Center, Exhibit Hall 1 (map)

  8. Chuck Lorre: In Conversation with Neil Gaiman to

    Featured Session on Saturday 9th March

    Top TV comedy hitmaker Chuck Lorre ("The Big Bang Theory," “Two and a Half Men,” "Mike & Molly") makes his SXSW debut in a wide-ranging discussion with author Neil Gaiman ...

    At Long Center, Dell Hall (map)

  9. The Twenty-Something Time Machine to

    Core Conversation on Saturday 9th March

    Millennials are allegedly the prototype of the new consumer. They're hyper-connected, tech-aware, and uber-social. They blend channels constantly: Surfing on their tablets while watching TV and texting their friends – ...

    At Hyatt Regency Austin, Hill Country ABCD (map)

  10. Chuck Lorre - Book Signing to

    Book/DVD signing on Saturday 9th March

    Chuck Lorre will signcopies of "What Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us Bitter," at the Long Center following his featured session “Chuck Lorre: In Conversation with Neil Gaiman”. One of the ...

    At Long Center, Orchestra Lobby (map)

  11. How TV & the Internet Are Converging on TMZ to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Saturday 9th March

    I would like to talk about how to program for the convergence of the Internet and television. In 5 years both mediums will be obsolete. The box we have at ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Room 18ABCD (map)

  12. Entertain Latinos Online: MiTú Network on YouTube to

    Future15 on Saturday 9th March

    YouTube is increasingly a destination for entertainment but when it came to content for Latinos, one company wanted to create a more focused hub. MiTú is one of a few ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB (map)

  13. Warner Bros. Television Group to

    on Saturday 9th March

    WB Tell-A-Vision: an immersive experience, changing daily, about the art of storytelling. How do you like to watch?

    At Mexic-Arte Museum (map)