SXSW panel proposals feature mobile, journalism
The annual South by Southwest Interactive conference opened up its 2011 panel proposals for public review and discussion this week, and mobile journalism is well represented. Particularly close to our heart is one hosted by yours truly and Regina McCombs, your Mobile Media bloggers:
Media outlets still fighting to get their bearings on the Web are now facing an even greater challenge from the explosive growth of mobile devices. Fortunately, some innovative work is being done by journalists and other information providers that may help show a new way to distribute news. We'll lead a discussion of some of best work now, the newest trends in mobile content, and how those trends and new ideas may combine for journalistic (and revenue) potential in the near future.
There are more than 2,000 other panels up for discussion on the SXSW website. A variety of the mobile-specific sessions are below, but you may want to check out the full list to see what will be discussed next spring in Austin.
- Mobile Gear, Techniques & Hacks for Creating Content
- Are You There God? It's Me, Mobile.
- Beyond the Check-In: Location and the Social Web
- The Future of Local: Foursquare, Twitter and Yelp
- Good News: Apps, Paywalls, Publishers and Content
- Futureproof Publishing: Interactivity, Magazines, Journalism and Augmented Reality
- The Next Billion: Why the Mobile Web Matters
- iPad Year One: Lessons Learned About Great Experiences
- Mobile Site or App: What's Best for Publishers?
- Apps or Mobile Site: How to Choose
- Background Processing and Mobile: Audience Engagement 2011
- Location-Based-Services is so 2010 - Behold Context-Based-Services
- Without a Mobile Strategy You're Screwed!
- Reality Checked: What's Next for Mobile Augmented Reality?
- Hitchhikers Guide to Reaching Your Mobile Audience