Members of the technology community will address what a Trump presidency means for the industry at South by Southwest in March.
If you were at South by Southwest Interactive in Austin, Texas, earlier this month and happened to drop in on National Geographic's Nerd Night, then you may have seen photographer Adam Voorhes and prop stylist and art director Robin Finlay.
Celebrities like Christian Slater, Steven Tyler and Rick Ross showed up at South by Southwest gatherings in Austin, Texas, hosted by iHeartmedia, Entertainment Weekly, Refinery29 and many others.
The data overflowed at South by Southwest Interactive during the last week, and we picked seven great stats that are worth knowing about:
Yik Yak co-founders Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington spoke in front of about 100 people earlier this week at South by Southwest Interactive. The pair arrived wearing matching Yik Yak socks and joked on stage that sock sales are their top revenue generator.
Another South by Southwest Interactive is in the books, and so much of what happens at the conference every year reverberates on social media. So we asked Sysomos to look at which brands shined brightest during the five-day tech festival and suss out SXSW's hottest topics in 2016.
No single descriptor can consistently apply to the living, breathing and evolving South by Southwest Interactive Festival—except that it is as weird as Austin itself.
South by Southwest is more branded than ever—whether attendees are happy about it is another story—and that means brand activations are everywhere.
Ira Glass, the radio host who became a podcast pioneer who became a movie producer, says the past few years have been a boon for podcast advertising. In fact, he said, the podcast for his hit show, This American Life, now makes more money through advertising than the actual radio show does.