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SXSW Adds Digital Convergence Panels

The Digital Convergence Initiative (DCI) announced it is organizing a conference track for SxSWi, the South by Southwest Interactive Festival, ground zero for the digital creatives who push the cutting edge of technological change, March 10-14, 2006, in Austin, Texas.

DCI's conference track features 12 panels between March 11 and March 14 addressing "Digital Convergence and Creativity" (March 11-12) and "Digital Convergence and Commerce" (March 13-14).

Aimed at the creators of content, inventors of technology, and the entrepreneurs and investors who create new businesses and industries, the panels explore digital convergence, a process that flattens and blurs the barriers between formerly discrete business sectors -- film, video, games, semiconductors, training, education, telecomm and wireless services, music, entertainment, healthcare and medical devices and services, computers and personal devices, home electronics, information technology, security, digital rights, advertising and mass media, and software development.

All the panels are listed at http://dcitexas.org/sxsw-sessions.html

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