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Sessions at SXSW Interactive 2012 about Advertising on Tuesday 13th March

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  • Mobile Ads: Best Practices for the Music Industry

    by John Bolton, Bobby Rosenbloum, Archie O'Connor, Aaron Ray and Jeff Roberto

    Navigating the mobile-digital music landscape is difficult at best. The growing number of mobile music providers who is focused on or struggle with - how to distribute, monetize, drive downloads, and engage in consumer behaviors. This session will feature insights from key stakeholders in the mobile music space, including service providers, managers, musicians, lawyers, and platform technologies. We will discuss pain points within this space and effective best practices to minimizing barriers. Music downloads to mobile phones is a $2.4 billion industry today and is expected to hit $5.5 billion by 2015 (Jupiter Research), yet the discourse between the stakeholders has yet to mature. Come join the conversation and be at the forefront of the mobile music revolution. This session is sponsored by InMobi.

    At 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Tuesday 13th March

    In Capital Ballroom B, St David's Bethell Hall

  • Taking Your Brand Back from Your Customers

    by Virginia Alber-Glanstaetten and Peter Wolfgang

    Consumers today expect more and more from your brand. While some would argue, consumer's now "own" your brand, we counter with the notion that companies who’ve lost their brands to their consumers did so because they failed to remain relevant.

    Traditionally, brand communications focused on "how" companies were going to tell the story of their brand. In today's market, the "how" is being replace by "what". The focus is on what is being said and through what medium. For brands to deliver on their unique value, and their promise, they need to create experiences, build programs, and offer entire solutions that demonstrate "what" brands are doing, rather than "how" they are saying it.

    Digital media allows for new ways not only for brands to connect with consumers, but also to learn from them, innovate, and strengthen their promise. Digital media and interactive products offer brands a new set of tools, and experiences to compel and engage audiences. As brand and product experience collapse into one another, branding in the interactive space calls for new approaches to both. This panel discusses how best practices from advertising, user experience and interaction design can be applied meaningfully to branding in the interactive space.

    At 5:00pm to 6:00pm, Tuesday 13th March

    In Assembly Room, InterContinental Stephen F. Austin