Ways to Stay Up-To-Date on Dragon*Con Schedule Changes

So we just got a question asking how convention attendees can keep track of all the Dragon*Con schedule changes. First, a little reminder: all programming currently in the mobile app is tentative as the convention continues to firm up programming and appearances for 2012. Now, onto the recap:

  • All programming changes will be updated automatically in the mobile app.
  • The Daily Dragon publishes a print issue every day of the convention with programming changes. Look for these at the Information Booths and Registration areas of the convention.
  • A PDF of each print issue will be published in the mobile app under “Daily Dragon” from the Dashboard and can also be downloaded from the Daily Dragon website.
  • We tweet changes in real-time to our Twitter account: @Daily_Dragon
  • We publish and update a complete list of changes during the convention on the Daily Dragon website.
  • We partner with DCTV to announce schedule changes on the Late Show, which broadcasts every morning from 9 to 9:30AM in all of the host hotels. The list of DCTV channels is on the Daily Dragon website and can also be found under “Show Documents” in the app once we have them finalized from the hotels.
  • And there’s a Late Show podcast for anyone who misses the initial broadcast.

You’re welcome.

Author of the article

Eugie Foster

Eugie Foster was the long-time Director/Editor of the Daily Dragon an award-winning writer of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and YA/children's lit. She received the 2009 Nebula Award for her novelette, "Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast," the 2011 and 2012 Drabblecast People's Choice Award for Best Short Story for "The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk" and "Little Grace of the House of Death," and has been nominated for the Hugo, British Science Fiction, and Washington Science Fiction awards. Her works have been translated into eight languages, and her short fiction collection, Returning My Sister's Face and Other Far Eastern Tales of Whimsy and Malice, has been used as a textbook at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of California-Davis.

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