SXSW SXsports Session: Can Sports Help End a Culture of Violence?

SXSW SXsports Session: Can Sports Help End a Culture of Violence?

Fri Mar 13 2015, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Further evolving its mission to foster the nexus of creative industries, innovation and business, SXSW introduced SXsports™ in 2014 as a new Convergence track of the annual event. The three-day, sports-focused programming is open to all Interactive and Film registrants, and features panel sessions, film screenings and more.

Championing a broader perspective on the world of sports unique to SXSW, SXsports explores cultural impact and the human experience, tackles the future of sport in all its forms, and embraces entertainment and innovation. Rooted in one of the most influential cultural events in the world, SXsports offers the sports industry singular access to creative leaders, early adopters and die-hard fans from the forward-thinking convergence areas of their respective worlds.

New for 2015:
Each day begins with a Problem Solvers session designed to help reach actionable solutions to evolving challenges in the sports landscape. The format unfolds as an interactive exercise to address a specific hot topic and speakers facilitate small group discussions with the audience to identify potential formulas for success.

SXsports will run Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15 as part of the 2015 SXSW Interactive and SXSW Film events in Austin, Texas.

Most conference programming for SXsports will occur at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin (although some Featured Sessions will occur at the Austin Convention Center). Film Screenings will take place at various official SXSW Film venues.

Who Can Attend:
You must have a 2015 SXSW Interactive, Film, Gold or Platinum badge to attend SXsports 2015 conference programming, film screenings and events. Register now at

Can Sports Help End a Culture of Violence?

Learn more about the session here.



Four Seasons Ballroom CD
98 San Jacinto Blvd
Austin, TX,

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