This weekend, Warner Bros. TV Group makes its debut appearance at the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin to unveil Tell-A-Vision, a pop-up space that immerses festivalgoers in the art of storytelling.
The space will change frequently throughout the festival, which runs March 8 to 11, and features the comedy of writer/producer Chuck Lorre (WBTV’s Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, author of What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter), the powerless afterworld of WBTV’s hit series Revolution and a multiscreen experience showcasing The CW Network’s digital platforms.
In addition, attendees can pitch executives from The CW Network’s digital studio, CWD, with original ideas for digital series. The winning storyteller may get the opportunity to fly to Los Angeles for a meeting with industry executives to pitch their idea.
So if you’re an aspiring Hollywood or digital mogul in town for SXSWi, swing by the Warner Bros. Tell-A-Vision exhibit.