Dragon Con Media Relations

September, 1 – September, 5 Atlanta, GA
Featured Tracks: Digital Media & Electronic Frontiers Forums 2019
Written By: Media Relations Team - Jul• 05•19

In an age where technology is as limitless as the imagination, Dragon Con’s Digital Media Track and Electronic Frontiers Forums welcome fans who love to create, learn, and map their futures through cyberspace.

Click below to find out more about the Digital Media Track and Electronic Frontiers Forums.

Digital Media

The Digital Media track combines the best of all the mixed media, audio podcasting, YouTube, and beyond. Priding itself in bringing the best and brightest of digital to inform, teach, and entertain from science fiction and fantasy to comedy, video games, and speculative fiction. There is something for everyone.

Education, enlightenment, entertainment, and shenanigans run rampant when creators and fans collide. Fans will gain unprecedented access to their favorite podcasters. New podcasters will get advice that is found nowhere else. And veterans will get the rare opportunity to perform their shows live in front if one of the best audiences in the world.

Director: Charles McFall

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Electronic Frontiers Forums

Electronic Frontiers Forums is a series of lectures and panels given at the Dragon Con Science Fiction Convention each year on Labor Day weekend in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Originally inspired by the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference, Electronic Frontiers Forums has taken on a life of its own by bringing some of the best technical and legal minds together to hash out the future and have a little fun along the way.

Electronic Frontiers Forums covers pressing issues of the day at the intersection of technology, law, activism, and personal liberties. The track brings together the best minds in these areas to chart humanity’s shared future and call out the dangers and risks while also highlighting the promise that the future could bring.

Director: Scott Jones

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