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  2. About SXSW

    SXSW

    South by Southwest (SXSW) is a set of filminteractive, and music festivals and conferences that take place every spring (usually in March) in Austin, TexasUnited States. SXSW began in 1987, and has continued to grow in size every year. In 2011, the conference lasted for 10 days, with SXSW Interactive lasting for five, Music for six, and Film running concurrently for nine days.

    South by Southwest is run by a company, called SXSW Inc., that plans and executes conferences, trade shows, festivals and other events. In addition to the three main South by Southwest festivals, the company runs two other conferences, both also in Austin: SXSWedu, a conference on educational innovation, since 2011; and SXSW Eco, an environmental conference, also since 2011

  3. Quotes about SXSW

    1. Personally, I think that SXSW has gotten too big over the last seven years or so, and it's getting hard to find a lot of meaning in the conference these days with so many competing sessions and speakers.
      In My SXSW, How You've Changed
    2. From our perspective, SXSW is great for Austin, but really tough on the city's transportation infrastructure.
      In How a Small Festival Brought Austin Big Business
    3. Events like SXSW are made for Twitter.
      In The Right (and Wrong) Ways to Get Noticed