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Southwest Media Group Announces Lineup For “Immersion 2013”

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Southwest Media Group, a Dallas-based media and marketing services company, announces a stellar lineup of advertising’s leading minds for its fourth-annual experiential digital summit, “Immersion 2013: Explore Your Digital Soul,” Feb. 6–7, 2013, at The House of Blues in Dallas.

Companies from Microsoft to Shazam will explore the rapidly changing media technology landscape in a series of keynotes, fireside chats, “ignite” mini sessions and “Immersion Rooms” that plunge attendees into the latest innovations and tools in media. Attendees will click, point, tap and text their way through the sessions, guided by experts in the field.

Featured speakers include: Forrester Research Principal Analyst James McQuivey, Ph.D., author of “Digital Disruption”; MediaPost writer, author and radio/TV host Bob Garfield; “Data, A Love Story” author Amy Webb; Pandora’s Tom Conrad; and MTV Research Director Danniele Meglen.

In addition, attendees can participate in sessions with such companies as Microsoft, leading the way through the interactive living room; Jingit, discussing new developments in mobile payment systems; Google, going behind the scenes of “Project Re: Brief,” which will be screened; with additional presentations from Hulu, C3, Myspace and Tremor Video. A full schedule can be found on Southwest Media Group’s website.

“We are honored to have these influential and cutting-edge vendors participate in Immersion 2013: Explore Your Digital Soul. They are truly paving the way to the future of communications and media. Attendees, from C-level executives to students, will come away with a solid foundation and understanding of the future of digital media and how they can leverage new platforms and technologies going forward.”Steve Thomas, Southwest Media Group Chief Strategic Officer

Registration will remain open until Feb. 5. For more information on Immersion 2013, go here or call Steve Thomas at 214-561-5631.

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