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Inartmedia promotes
reviewed 5 months ago
We all set to cover SXSW 2014 film and music artists as part of its media promotion activity. We offer talented artists much-needed attention and promotion by aggregating to audiences their promotional samples of albums, songs, trailers, teasers. The idea is to get the music or film a great level of exposure and thereby creating new opportunities to those artist. SXSW 2014, which runs interactive conferences on music and filming, is featuring about hundreds of films, thousands of music bands and also a series of events. This year conference is to take place in Austin, Texas from March 7 to 16, 2014. SXSW conducts these types of conferences that boost the musicians and individual, upcoming filmmakers every year and the conference location has always been Austin. Inartmedia is to cover the SXSW film artist, music artist, and the most promising interactive startups that connect to entertainment and social reach. We are here to help bring artist success. If you are so serious and passionate about music or film we are here to help out. Our initiative to cover SXSW 2014 film and music artist garnered great appreciation from all corners. We work with the sole motive to make the artist album or movie as visible as possible to the target audience.
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Stephanie Carino
reviewed 11 months ago
I will be going this year for my third time and definitely think there needs to be a user's guide for newbies... I may even write it! You don't need to have a badge to have a great time at SXSW, but you need one in order to get a close hotel if you're not from the area, and you need to get one basically the day registration opens. Google every SXSW list on the internet, Twitter and Facebook, to find out about non-official SXSW events that are probably most definitely worth going to. Come with an empty suitcase because it will be full with free swag by the time you leave.
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Rob Golden
reviewed 2 months ago
U had that thing. Listen closer.
natasha brailovsky
reviewed 9 months ago
This is awesome!! I will come prepared next time it's so hot! But all the stands are so interesting and they are so passionate about what they are selling. All in all it's so amazing
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Cassia Petridis
reviewed a year ago
SXSW is probably one of the most overwhelming festivals that I have been to. It completely takes over downtown for 10 days but is the most exciting ten days of the year. There is so much going on, so many people around, and so many great shows and movies to see. The staff are awesome and they have a great reward system for volunteers.
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Jeannette Arrowood
reviewed 2 years ago
sxsw interactive is great - as long as you do everything right the first time. i'm disappointed that there isn't a way to downgrade a badge if one say ... accidentally purchases the platinum badge instead of interactive in a moment of haste. i've never been to a conference that's unaccommodating in this manner. and i understand that technically, it's totally my fault that i've got a $450 more expensive badge than i meant to. but i also understand that i've been supporting sxsw since the beginning. and it just doesn't feel like the friendly conference that it used to.
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