The #SummitLive Agenda

Our first conference in NYC 2015 trended over the pope’s visit with only 500 attendees!

Join us Feb 22nd-24th in the historic Millennial Biltmore for the 3rd annual SummitLive. Whether you’re an influencer, app creator, brand, networker, storyteller or studio to connect in Los Angeles. This agenda runs from 10AM — 6PM (plus parties at night usually starting around 7) but Summit.Live’s real “agenda” is to connect and amplify creators. With speakers that head NBC and The Emmy’s to the teams that build apps like YouTube, Busker, Twitch and Periscope to the innovators that are on them we will make our biggest splash yet. Join us for 3 full days of connecting and collaborating in downtown Los Angeles.

DAY 1: WED, Feb 22nd. (Biltmore Bowl)

optional yoga at 8 registration at 9

10AM — 10:30AM: Welcome and Announcements

Wednesday’s hosts Virginia Salas Kastilio, named Entrepreneur Magazine’s 9 Top Influencers Marketers Need To Follow (AKA: GiniCanBreathe) along with Alex Khan HuffPost’s TOP 10 Live Video Influencers welcome the crowd. After a special announcement from Rightside and and the Summit.Live team we’ll get started. Arrive early for a chance to win some cool prizes from Anker and Arkon.

10:30AM — 11AM: The Future of Live Streaming

Joel Comm

Futurist, tech leader, author and live video god opens the show with antics and insights on where we are, where we’ve been and where we’re going in the broadcasting revolution.

11AM — 11:30AM: Rise of The Influencer

Moderator: Kevin Winston Panelists: Agnes Kozera, Laura Smous & Rachel Cihlar of TapInfluence, & Amanda Oleander

“The New Influencer” refers to non-celebs with high influence. They use new technologies and apps to reach diverse audiences. Brands are connecting to these smaller “celebrities” on multiple platforms… but where do we find them and how are they best utilized? Famebit, Digital LA and TapInfluence are represented.

11:30AM — 11:45AM: The 10 Myths of Live Video Today

Fritz Brumder & Brent Hieggelke

As live video explodes across the globe with more and more platforms and use cases from television shows to Super Bowl ads, perceptions are often wrong about what it can and cannot do. Hear from the execs of one of the earliest pioneers in live video, Brandlive, tackle the top 10 myths as they reveal what real brands are doing right now to drive revenue, launch products and train key stakeholders using live video at every step of the way.

11:45AM — 12:00PM: Gain a MASSIVE Following in Live Streaming

Amanda Oleander

With over 500K followers Amanda Oleander is a traditional artist using nontraditional ways to connect. As an added bonus on Thursday and Friday Amanda’s art will be be displayed in The Biltmore Bowl.

12:00PM-12:15PM: Top 3 Lessons Learned from Delivering 200 MILLION Live Viewers in 2016

Eddie Vaca

Pushing content to the correct places? Here are some tricks that not many agencies know. The CEO of AmpLive shares insights and best practices in getting the right views.

12:15PM — 1:15PM: Lunch Break

1:30PM — 2:15PM: The Truman Show… Transparency Becomes Narrative

Robert Scoble & Elisa Camahort

Technologist Robert Scoble has lived his life in the public eye. Behind the technology and vision is the story of a man who changed visibly before us. Join Chief Community Officer of SheKnows media, writer and founder of BlogHer, Elisa Camahort and dive into the story of change, the future of connection and what’s next in this very special fireside.

2:15PM — 2:45PM: The NASA Fireside

Veronica McGregor & Doug Ellison

The Original Social Media & Live Innovator… Over 50 years ago NASA produced some of the first (and most important) live video. Join our friends from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to discuss the history of engagement through technology to the future moderated by Mashable’s Judah Wiedre.

2:45PM — 3:15PM: Monetizing Live Streaming

Tamir Buchler, Kyle Kittleson, Paranormal Live, Foamee Homeez, Aaron Haber and YoPickles

Monetization is a big point but direct selling of product is something that not many platforms offer. Busker COO, Tamir Buchler, discusses the platform with a diverse array of it’s fans.

3:30PM — 3:45PM: Afternoon Break

3:45PM — 4:15PM: The SnapChat, Periscope Everything Analysis

Casey Zeman, Chris Kubbernus, Cynthia

There are tools to measure AND drive traffic to other platforms for creator. Talk to master Snappers and Fullscope CEO to discover how the crazy numbers actually work.

4:15PM — 5:00PM: Simply The Best: How To Create Expert & Engaging Live Streams

Anthony Quintano, Dave Basulto of iOgrapher, Aaron Roth, Allan Shoemake, David Morrica

The most engaged content takes great on-camera talent but it’s equally important that it is also well produced, stable, and illuminated using state of the art gear. Panel host, Anthony Quintano is a great example of using top notch equipment to produce amazingly compelling live content for media entities like NBC News, MSNBC & the TODAY Show and their huge online audiences. Here, he talks with CEO’s from Lumee, Socialive, Arkon & iOgrapher to talk about advances in live streaming photography, essential accessories, and how to make the absolute best live content.

5:00PM — 5:15PM: TOP Takeaways From 1,000 Live Streams

Alex Khan

One of the most followed global leaders in livestreaming (with over 300K followers on live video platforms) shares a few tips and secrets he’s learned… but the insights Alex gives on community and platforms are the real value.

5:15PM — 5:45PM: Where Marketing Meets Technology

Moderator: Zack Coffman Panel: Marc Gawith, Will Jamieson & Adam Hendle

What’s the best way to build your brand, control content and make some money? The leaders at One World Studios, Rightside & Famebit share the value of owning and promoting your brand with some special insights from the CMO of Stream.Me.

5:45PM — 6PM: Telling Your Story in 10 Seconds or Less

Carlos Gil

How to build a memorable brand, grow relationships, and engage your community at scale with Snapchat and Instagram.

DAY 1: WED, Feb 22nd. (Heinsbergen)

11:30AM — 11:45AM: Effective Relationship Building on Social Media

Cynthia Bazin of The Smart Chic

Did you make real engaged relationships? An expert gives you the know-how on what to make the glue that binds relationships with your brand and your audience.

11:45AM — 12:15PM: 360 Live Panel

Malia Probst, Brandee Anthony, Jackie Miao, Khayyam Wakil, Robinne Burrell

Is it just a fun new trick or is it the future? Some of the innovators in 360 bring the discussion to a new level. This panel will be the first use of Live Planet — a stereoscopic livestreaming VR system.

12:15PM — 1:30PM: Lunch Break

1:30PM — 2:00PM: Kitchen UNconfidential: How Live Connects Foodies

Leslie Nance, Andrea Branchini, Mama Bear Alaska, Jackie Miao

The power of live connects in a way that makes a cooking show more of a gathering. Join some of the best in the business to talk about what works, technology wins and misfires as these panelists celebrate award nominations and potential network shows. Learn how creating meals in real time can make you a TV personality.

2:00PM-2:30: How to Find Investors on Social Media.

Diana Mae Fernandez w/Virginia Salas

Find out how to raise from one of the best. Diana has help raised over $200MM in seed funding to various start-up companies. She leverages her experiences to facilitate several US & UK corporations to position themselves as leading experts in the market

2:30PM — 3:00PM: The Comedy Discussion

Jason Stolken, Robyn Schall, Kirk Fox & Christopher Culver

Timing is essential… but latency is a drag. Comedians known on multiple platforms talk about latency, what works and how they drive audiences to real events and podcasts.

3:00PM — 3:15PM: Comedy with Hope Paula Vagg

(AKA Robyn Schall)

Robyn Schall follows up the comedy panel with a crowd favorite character. Most of the audience has only seen this via live video… let’s see how she interacts in real life.

3:15PM — 3:30PM: Brand Strategy in 5 Easy Steps

Strategy is often the missing link many brands neglect, until…sales and marketing efforts aren’t resonating, and frustration from the lack of growth sets in. Learn the 5 core components to create a winning brand strategy that leads to captivating new customers and building a loyal tribe in the new social economy.


3:45–4:15 Pro Level LIVE Streaming How to make your streams a notch above the rest!

Luria Petrucci

With so many people doing LIVE video, what does it take to set yourself apart? In this session, you’ll find out what it takes to LIVE Stream like a Pro, and WHY you should! And no… “pro” doesn’t mean “stiff”. It means you have that perfect combo of YOUR brand and YOUR personality!

4:15PM-5:00PM The Tools of VR for Creators

William Kendall, Jeff Levy, Eric Chevalier, Malia Probst, Jim Malcolm

New mediums emerge in storytelling. Is VR the next great platform. Join a discussion on cameras, Mindshow, Jon Favreau’s Gnomes and Goblins and many more off-the-cuff discussions on how story could potentially change from rectangle to sphere.

5:00PM — 5:30PM: The Future Of The Music Industry

Scott Perry, Olivia Thai, Tae Brooks, Paula Batson, Harold Gutierrez

A brilliant panel of musicians, analysts and industry veterans discuss how live streaming is up-ending the music industry and bringing music directly to the fan. Moderated by music and tech industry veteran, Scott Perry, this essential panel includes musicians creating music (…and earning a living) in the live streaming space (Olivia Thai/Periscope, Tae Brooks/YouNow), music industry PR vet /VP at YouNow, Paula Batson, and Harold Gutierrez, Head of Digital at 5B Artist Management. Learn how to amplify & monetize your music career using live streaming and why this new technology will be the generational shift that could make record labels obsolete.

5:30PM — 6:00PM: Graduating micro-influencers, from Instagram to live video

Alex Wilner & Greg Bobolo

Micro-influencers provide access to coveted local and hyper local markets. It’s no wonder influencers are turning to live to engage their followers and why brands are starting to incorporate it into their marketing strategies. Learn how influencers are powering the world’s first influencer driven live “shoppable” network!

DAY 2: Thur, Feb 23rd. (Biltmore Bowl)

optional yoga at 8 registration at 9

10AM — 10:30AM: Welcome and Announcements

Thursday’s hosts Mary Desmond & Marc Gawith are joined by Busker and Anker batteries to welcome the crowd and give out a few surprises (Hooray! Free Swag!)

10:30AM — 11AM: The New Legal

Mitch Jackson

Disclosing up front and easily. Drone pilot, livestreamer, lawyer, dreamer and thought leader Mitch Jackson opens the day with a presentation about staying compliant in a scrutinizing world while discovering new money flows and partnerships.

11AM — 11:30AM: The Fourth Transformation

Robert Scoble & shel israel

Futurists and authors of The Fourth Transformation discuss the changing landscape of tech and how a new platform is emerging in VR, AR & MR. How will this affect us as creators? What do we do to prepare?

11:30AM — 11:45AM: Owning and Controlling your Live Content!

Marc Gawith

With all of the platforms and apps that allow you to go live we will talk to you on how to own your live content, promote your own brand and even tell you how you can make some real money in LIVE. Join Will Jamieson and Marc Gawith to learn more.

11:45AM — 12:15PM: Making Money With Livestreaming

Shira Lazar, Jon Burk, Joe Famalette, Ruba Wilson, Tamir Buchler.

New platforms now make it easy for creators to earn a living from live streaming. Busker, Kastr, YouNow, and others are all designed so that you make money with your talent. Roker Media’s Jon Burk hosts popular YouTube (“What’s Trending”) Joe Famalette of Live Raise and personality Shira Lazar, along with people making money from live streaming, as well as platform creator Tamir Buchler from Busker, will guide you through best practices.

12:15PM — 1:30PM: Lunch Break

1:30PM — 2:00PM: Let’s Discuss Live Participatory Media

Marc Scarpa & Drew Baldwin

Livestreaming pioneer Marc Scarpa of Simply New together with Drew Baldwin Publisher of Tubefilter and creator of the Streamy Awards explore Participatory media as the borders between audiences and producers blur.

2:00PM — 2:15PM: Blueprint for Content

Nick Mattingly

What type of content works well for live? Join Facebook Live partner and Switcher Studio CEO to discuss how to get started storyboarding and planning for live.

2:15PM — 2:30PM: From MC Hammer to Oprah… How to Develop a Brand Through Celebrity Influencers

Robert Pederson

Robert has worked with everyone from Kim Kardashian to MC Hammer. What PR works with what and how do we connect the dots to a “successful engagement?” @LumeeCase, the most beloved case CEO of SummitLIVE is represented by a fan favorite as Robert hits the stage

2:30PM —2:45PM: The Driving Force

Shawn Thomas The Original Livestreaming Mentor (TM)

Shawn will detail the epic rise of becoming the Original Live Stream Mentor™ and how he built a six figure mentorship business that he credits purely to live streaming through livestreaming, Snapchat, and Instagram stories. Daily business mentorship broadcasts have amassed Shawn an audience of over 1m followers across all social platforms in under 2 years.

2:45PM —3:15PM: The Periscope Talk

Periscope Community Manager Lili Salzberg

One of the first members of Periscope shares the wild ride of Periscope’s rise. Lili shares insights about the best content, the community and where it’s all going. With audience participation we’re excited to ask one of the leaders how they helped turn an app into a movement.

3:15PM — 3:30PM: Past Paralyzation Present Inspiration

Tiphany Adams

Inclusion Awareness speaker shares her journey past paralyzation to her present state of inspiration.

3:30PM-3:45PM How To Make 100K Livestreaming

Growth Hacker, speaker, wildman entrepreneur Vincent Dignan trots the globe to LA to show us how to make funnels and create communities through a secret sauce of automation and social noise.

4:15PM — 4:45PM: Social VR: Filling Up The Immersive Space w/ Engagement

Dipak M. Patel & Ted Schilowitz

As we connect in ways that seem to separate us what are the components that will make VR more social. Futurist and thought leaders discuss what’s now and what’s coming.

5:00PM — 5:30PM: Photography Across Platforms

Keith Dixon, Mitch Jackson, Roberto Blake, Dave Basulto

Drones, GoPro, mobile, DGIs… Oh My! Cross content creators discuss what works where from Instagram to YouTube in this special panel that’s less about making good content and more about how and where to share.

5:30PM — 6:00PM: VR Storytelling 101

Moderator: Greg Ciaccio Panel: Will Maurer, VP, Legend, Ryan Cummins, VR Supervisor, Legend, Jim Malcolm Humaneyes, Michael Mansouri, Co-Founder, Radiant Images

Last year it took 15K just to make a decent 360 video with lines in it. This year creators have tools that can do amazing things. Learn what it takes and how to get in the game without breaking the bank.

DAY 2: Thur, Feb 23rd. (Heinsbergen)


11:00AM-11:45AM The World’s Best Platform

Danica McKellar, Kerry Flynn & @Ryan_A_Bell

Actor and educator, Danica McKellar reaches audiences through livestreaming with her best selling McKellar Math books. Ryan Bell went from songwriter and poet to leader in tech and app consultant. Join Mashable’s Kerry Flynn as we dive into the differences between story, motivation promotion, education and fun with two of the most prolific (and different) creators on the planet.

11:45AM — 12:15PM: Overcoming the Challenges of YouTube Live and Recorded Video

Roberto Blake

A special breakout session on using live streaming effectively within YouTube, the advantages for marketers and how to balance live and recorded video.

12:15PM — 1:30PM: Lunch Break

1:30PM — 2:15PM: Social TV in an On Demand World

Bubba Fish, Ex Machina

Social TV has never been more popular. Over 36M people tweet about the show they are watching each year. But how can new platforms compete with Facebook and Twitter? Join analysts, the Ex Machina Group and Bubba Fish the CEO of Showgo for an in depth discussion on were engaged television is going.

2:15PM — 2:30PM: We are all famous to a few people

Joe Wilson

When Joe Wilson found out Kathy, his wife, was diagnosed with cancer, initially social media became an escape. But then the question had to be answered, How do you tell the story of cancer online? (There’s a very happy ending!)

2:30PM — 2:45PM: Quick, Tenacious and Funny: Confessions of a Serial Entrepreneur.

Jeff Levy

Know yourself, know your strengths, know your passions, know what you aren’t — go succeed!

3:30PM — 3:45PM: Afternoon Break

3:45PM —4:15PM: Measuring the Value of Influence

Casey Zeman, Amber Plaster, Virginia Salas Castillo, Memo McAlpin

The leaders in connecting brands and influencers from discuss what levels of influence actually mean with Fullscope creator Casey Zeman. Casey reveals new tools to measure Snapchat and other platforms.

5PM — 5:30PM: The New Masks…VR/AR/MR Avatars and morality

Sam Margolius, Gil Baron, Nicole McDonald, Nicolas Alcala

We explore the intersection of technology and anonymity in the nascent platforms of VR/AR/MR and how they can potentially affect moral decision-making.

5:30PM — 6:00PM: Collegiate eSports: What it is and Where it’s Heading.

Sophia Leung, Kevin Hoang & Jordan Houghton

A brief introduction to what collegiate eSports is and its impact in the Video Game and eSports industry.

DAY 3: Fri, Feb 24th. (Biltmore Bowl)

optional yoga at 8 registration at 9

10AM — 10:30AM: Welcome and Announcements

Anker & The Busker Team start the day with a special welcome and some thoughts on how platforms are in constant change on this very special day with all of the apps. ANKER’S GIVEAWAY

10:30AM — 11AM: Television: Innovation, Disruption and the World’s Most Powerful Medium

Seth Shapiro

Author, Television Academy Governor and all-around good guy Seth Shapiro shares the history of broadcasting from BEFORE television to what’s happening as industries merge together in this new time of disruption.

11AM — 11:15AM: Avoid coming across flat — New tools in the “toolbox”

Industry veteran and President of The Imaging Alliance Jim Malcolm has developed and marketed digital camera products for Sony, Ricoh, Pentax and now Humaneyes Technologies. He’ll talk about the technology behind VR Video, the importance of 3D vs. 2D and show how you can produce compelling content for head mounted displays cost-effectively.

11:15AM — 11:30AM: Broadcast Analytics: How to Capture & Measure Your Audience

Ari Evans

Views, concurrents, and watch time only tell part of the story. In this talk we’ll discuss an audience data-based approach to broadcasting using real time engagement to augment pure content metrics.

11:30AM — 11:45AM: Future of Collaborative Content

Amanda Patterson

Join Amanda to discuss advancements in livestream technologies, and how they’ve triggered the demand for interpersonal engagement with creators. She’ll dive into further empowering audiences to be a part of the creative process, through collaborative content production, iterative journalism, and offering exclusive access to interactions.

11:45AM — 12:15PM: How Women Create Powerful Movements in Tech

Elisa Camahort, Amanda Patterson, Irena Cronin, Joanne Pham, Jenn Duong

From livestreaming to VR the most supportive communities have been curated by women. Join us for a special panel between the leaders of Shiift, BlogHer, The PeriGirls, Women in VR, Spout VR & Jolt VR.

12:15PM — 1:30PM: Lunch Break


Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now w/Kerri Long & Choir

1:30PM — 2:15PM: Interactive Live Streaming — Lessons Learned from TV

One of the most exciting promises of live streaming is not just engagement, but true interactivity. In other words, to make viewers an integral part of the content. In this session, Geert Faber and Jeroen Elfferich share practical experiences and best practices from the interactive TV formats around the world.

2:15PM — 2:30PM: Introducing ShowGo

Bubba Fish

Binge watching just became social. Join CEO Bubba Fish as he shares the most interesting way to share your favorite content via Netflix and social simultaneously.

2:30PM — 3:15PM: Social Media and Technology — A Double-Edged Sword in Human Trafficking.

ERASE Child Trafficking, Sandy Sparks, Karena Steir, Sgt. Marc Marty, Victor Williams of Homeland and @Ryan_A_Bell.

Everyday social media and technology are playing bigger roles in growing a business. However, brands and entrepreneurs are not the only ones using it to increase sales. Human traffickers are utilizing them to not only lure trafficking victims but to sell them as well. Our panel will cover what is human trafficking and how it affects our communities. The panel will discuss how technology and social media has become a vehicle for traffickers and how on the other hand it can be used to stop them. Learn simple ways on how you can use your platform to protect our kids from the fastest-growing business of organized crime.

3:15–3:30 Pay Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain

Josh Robert Thompson

The incredible true story of how actor/comedian Josh Robert Thompson used live streaming to find a new audience, save his career, and face his greatest opponent: himself.

3:30PM — 3:45PM: Afternoon Break

3:45PM — 4:15PM: Syndicating Livestreaming & Amplification!

Andrew Graham, Chad Nicely, and Joseph Lazukin

Live Leap will be joining us to speak about syndicating Live Video, and the Power of Facebook LIVE. Meet three entrepreneurs who generate 7 Figures a year using LIVE Video. Live Leap is the 1st Live video syndication suite to be approved by Facebook, and has proprietary technology for going LIVE. We’re VERY excited to have them, and showcase their technology!

4:15PM — 4:45PM: Snap, Snapchat, Snapbot & Spectacles OH MY!

Kerry Flynn, Taylor Nikolai, Austin Iuliano, Justin Wu, Sarah Peretz

So Snapchat became Snap and little vending machines appeared everywhere. What’s the deal? Growth hackers, influencers and thought leaders discuss the everchanging landscape of Snap, it’s IPO and what’s going on.

4:45PM — 4:55PM: Introducing THE CALL LIST

Amanda Patterson brings the heat introducing one of the newest and most interesting apps designed to monetize livestream.

4:55PM-5:05PM: Introducing BRIDGE an app for Q&A

Michael Hwang will present ‘Bridge’ for the first time in the public. Bridge is Video QnA app with a bidding system, which lets fans directly ask their questions to their idols, and in return, idols can earn pocket money/provide direct fan service. It will help you monetize your fan base.

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5:05PM — 5:45PM: The “Agency” Angle — How Brands, Talent Agencies & Publishers Are Approaching Live & Social Broadcasting

Moderator: Jon Burk. Panelists: Chay Lee, Luis Rodriguez, Will McFadden, Joseph Walters.

“Ready for your closeup? Great….now what? How can you elevate your content to make Hollywood talent scouts and brand agencies enlist you as the next big?! Principals from leading talent & digital agencies like Collab Creators & Club Social reveal what they look for when signing talent & incubating creative; and ad agencies, TBWA and Ogilvy share how they pair talent with brands in this highly informative discussion that is a can’t miss.
5:45PM — 6PM: WTF is Snapchat?


Gini closes the show in the way that only she can… dropping the mic on Snapchat. Listen to an untethered discussion on where she came from and what she’s accomplished from her meteoric rise to Snapchat influencer and consultant.

DAY 3: Fri, Feb 24th. (Heinsbergen)

11:00AM — 11:45AM: The Fireside:

Moving to a world of live video and what that really means with Khudor Annous.

11:45AM — 12PM: Omnipresence: The Art of Being Everywhere

To be seen as an authority, your brand presence must have a larger-than-life brand & be everywhere. Marketing is a logistics game. Justin Wu of will share a systematic approach on how to achieve mass distribution.

12PM — 12:15PM: How To Fearlessly See The World Through Love Filled Eyes

Lizza Monet Morales

One of the most influential Latinas in the world shares tangible tools people can use to set themselves up for action, regardless of their field. Drawing from a very personal background Lizza leans on case studies and actionable steps.

12:15PM — 1:30PM: Lunch Break
1:30PM — 2:15PM: Getting Personal…

Moderator: David Gonzalez Panel: Mitch Jackson, Lizza Monet Morales, Mary Desmond

How have some of the stories changed? Many start out thinking they’ll be one thing and end up being something completely different. How do you adapt to your audience… to yourself. In the end, it’s about following your transitions. We’ll discuss this with some amazing people who’ve redefined their stories and themselves right in front of our eyes.

2:15PM — 2:30PM: Preventing Cancer Through Livestreaming

Leslie Nance

Follow Leslie’s story that leads her to uncover a passion that was sparked by tragedy. Learn to where to find that profound passion and how to make a difference with it. Hear about the meaningful connection Leslie makes with her audience, where she leads them and how she gets them there all through live streaming her inspirational message. TedX Style Talk with Leslie Nance

2:30PM — 3:00PM: Telling Your Story Through Travel

Jenny Inspired, Ron Pratt, Chelsea Votel, Brandee Anthony

See the world through someone else’s eyes. Join some of the brightest travelers as they discuss a life of GoPros, drones, cruises and food… and why sometimes it’s not as good as it sounds.

3:00PM — 3:30PM: The Musicians

Gijs van Winkelhof, Kerri Long, Daniel Roberts, Clare Means

Musicians are making money and growing their brand through social. Join some of the people that make their living through these means and find out their stories of Patreon, Busker, Periscope and more.

3:30PM — 3:45PM: Afternoon Break

3:45PM — 4:30PM: VR: The Next Great Platform

Gregg Katano, Steven Xu

We see the most compelling platforms come and go. As mobile continues to move we look to AR apps like PokemonGo and 360 platforms like Pie as parallels for Mario and Snapchat. Listen to a panel of experts talk on what’s next.

4:30PM — 5:15PM: The Future of Art & Entertainment

CS Murphy, AJ Morrone, Nick Ochoa, Robinne Burrell, Ryan Bell

Graphic designers, musicians, VR creators, comic book artists and multi platform creators discuss the tools they use and where they’re seeing content going.

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