SXSW is a breeding ground for new ideas, where thought leaders from every industry can share center stage to discuss the hottest topics in technology and innovation.
As always, Mashable is excited to be a part of the discussion. Join us in Austin on March 14-17, where we’ll be speaking about everything from what makes a great geek moment to how to predict what will go viral.
For more information, including exact times and locations, visit SXSW’s 2015 online event schedule.
“Digital Age Climate and Extreme Weather Reporting”
Science Editor Andrew Freedman will detail what it’s like to cover climate and extreme weather as it becomes an increasingly emerging beat.
“How the Data Era Will Build High Performing Humans”
Chief Data Scientist Haile Owusu will join NFL Super Bowl champion Victor Cruz, Equinox President Sarah Robb O’Hagan and psychologist Michael Gervais in a discussion on data and the modern fitness experience.
“Wearable Tech and Design: Cracking Mainstream Trends”
Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff will discuss the future of wearables.
“Booming Media Brands Holding Onto Identity
Mashable CMO Stacy Martinet, Refinery29 Marketing & Strategy EVP Patrick Yee and Vox Global VP of Marketing Jonathan Hunt explore how to maintain and monetize an evolving brand.
“The 12-Month Sports Season”
Senior Sports Reporter Sam Laird will discuss how sports teams and leagues have become year-round sports enterprises in an exploration of how media has influenced the current sports landscape.
“Going Viral: The Science of Predicting the Web”
Chief Technology Officer Robyn Peterson will join 360i VP of Social Media Matt Wurst in a discussion on Mashable‘s proprietary predicting technology, Velocity.
“The Greatest Geek Moment in History”
Deputy Editor Chris Taylor will speak about what makes a great geek moment, why some are better than others and, ultimately, why the best idea is better than those that almost made it.
“When the Glimpse Is Worth More Than the Glare”
Visual Storytelling Production Assistant Annie Park will discuss how social media has adopted and embraced short-form video across social platforms.
“Web Influence on the Future of Music Documentaries”
Associate Entertainment Editor Brian Hernandez will explore how the availability of video and content can either help drive artist interest or hurt storytelling. Additionally, he will explain the challenges this poses when creating films that will resonate with the audiences of both mainstream artists and up-and-coming talent.
“Redefining Realness for Brands on Twitter”
Senior Tech Analyst Christina Warren will share advice on how brands can stay smart and creative on Twitter.
“Media, Tech and What’s Next?”
MashableFounder and CEO Pete Cashmore will discuss with CNBC’s Julia Boorstin what 2015 has in store for technology, social media and its convergence with the digital media industry. The fireside chat will cover how technology, social media and the explosion of digital have and will affect the world’s consumption habits, business models and the way we live.
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