digiSTORY2014: The Power of Digital Storytelling

Digistory LogoSocial: IRL is pleased to support digiSTORY2014: The Power of Digital Storytelling Conference, taking place in Kansas City MO, on October 22, 2014. With an impressive lineup of nationally acclaimed thought leaders and pioneers, and a chance to save $100 off the already very modest registration fee, we highly encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity.

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Save $100 off the $350 registration using promo code partner100

Nonprofits – contact us to get a 50% off discount code. Exclusive for NPOs, very limited availability

Never in history has the ability to communicate been so pervasive.  Mobile devices, apps and internet connectivity can bring any person or idea to your fingertips with a simple click.  Yet, sharing your ideas and messages through the vast profusion of these digital assets can be mind-boggling. Advertisers, social media strategists, publishers, journalists, businesses, non-profits and government agencies have all discovered that a good story can stir peoples’ emotions and compel them to action.  Digital technology empowers you to tell compelling personal, professional and community stories. It has become a critical venue for creative expression and advocacy. Knowing how to tell stories using digital technology is no longer an option if you want to communicate in the emerging world. At digiSTORY2014, leaders in social media, technology trends, entertainment and media production will talk about their own experiences and equip you as a digital storyteller.

Featured speakers:

Jay Baer – Founder of Convince & Convert and 20-year digital marketing veteran;

Brandon Oldenburg – Creator of Chipotle’s “The Scarecrow,” Academy Award winning director of The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore, co-founder of Moonbot Studios;

Paul Debevec – USC research professor of computer science who pioneered the “Facade” image-based modeling and rendering system and whose techniques were used to create virtual backgrounds in The Matrix;

Bob Johansen – Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for the Future in Silicon Valley and acclaimed futurist who has outlived his forecasts more than three times over;

Brian Storm – Webby, Emmy and duPont winning digital producer and founder of multimedia production studio MediaStorm.

Mike McCamon – Director of Technology for water.org.

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