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  1. #ITVSSXSW: A Preview

    March 6, 2014

    ITVS is packing up and heading out to Austin for what is going to be our busiest and most memorable SXSW yet! We’ll be in the Lone Star state on Thursday to meet with filmmakers, innovators, and storytellers, as well as eat some BBQ… lots and lots of BBQ. If you have a film or interactive badge, you won’t want to miss the first of our Saturday panels, “New

  2. Feedback from a SXSW Rookie

    March 20, 2012

    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals (March 9-18, 2012) offer the unique convergence of original music, independent films, and emerging technologies.  As the line between film and digital projects continues to blur, it makes perfect sense that the Interactive and Film portions of SXSW run concurrently (along with ScreenBurn-

  3. Filmmaker Isaac Solotaroff on Wham! Bam! Islam!

    October 19, 2011

    Director Isaac Solotaroff  talks about using Wham! Bam! Islam! and the recently released Hunt For the Noor Stone Interactive game to promote cultural understanding. The interactive game, Hunt for the Noor Stone, just launched and features an in-depth, standards-aligned study guide for middle school students. The inspiration for the game came

  4. Transformative Transmedia for Saving the Planet

    April 8, 2011

    From original online mapping projects to Second Life, ITVS Interactive is constantly finding innovative and creative ways to draw new viewers to Public Media 2.0. Senior Content Producer Cathy Fischer reports on the subject and has the resources to back it up.I recently moderated a panel at the San Francisco Green Film Festival entitled Transmedia in a

  5. Update from The National Conference for Media Reform

    April 7, 2011

    Thousands will convene this weekend in Boston to share ideas about the future of media, technology, and democracy at the 2011 NCMR. ITVS Marketing & Communications Manger Steve Goldbloom is at the conference and will be providing updates on BTB. Greetings from Boston! The NCMR kicks off bright and early Friday morning with a live broadcast of