Earlier today, the organizers of the SXSW Festival rolled out their panel picker, an epic collection of several thousand session ideas submitted for next year's festival. Public media has had a pretty good presence at SXSW over the last few years, and next year will hopefully be even better - but we'll need your help.
The Panel Picker lets the public give a thumb's up to sessions they find interesting, and it can make the difference between a session getting picked and not getting picked.
If you've got a spare moment, please vote in support of the public media sessions proposed for SXSW 2011. Here are the ones we're aware of so far:
- Putting The Public Back In Public Media
- How NPR And PBS Can Reinvent Local Journalism
- NPR's API: Create Once, Publish Everywhere
- Our Media: Building An API For Public Media
- Info Apps: Hacking at the Speed of News
- Intergenerational Gaming: Quality Time On The Go
- Child's Play: Game Design As An Educational Gateway
- Designing Stuff Kids Will Use and Love
- Can Crowdsourcing Save Classical Music?
- Too Small, Too Open: Correcting Wikipedia's Local Failure
- Baby's Gotta Face For Radio: Web Based Radio?
- Open Wide: New Models for Public Media
If there are any other public media-related sessions proposed for SXSW 2011, please let us know in the comments.