The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), in partnership with the TAG Digital Media and Entertainment Society, is held its 2014 Digital Media & Entertainment Industry Summit Oct. 14 at the Computer Museum of America in Roswell, Ga.
This year's summit assembled leading Georgia experts in the top of their fields from film & broadcast, music, and digital media (gaming and interactive marketing). Included among the panelists in this august group was the Director of the Clayton State University Film and Digital Media Center, Barton Bond.
Representing the education piece of the booming local digital media and entertainment field, Bond is one of the representatives from the industry’s various sectors who are discussing relevant topics and current industry trends, including the Georgia tax credit programs.
"The velocity of change we are experiencing in the Digital Media and Entertainment sector is unprecedented," says Technology Association of Georgia President Tino Mantella."Georgia has emerged as the third-most profitable state in the nation when it comes to the entertainment industry, behind California and New York; respectively. At TAG we know that this growth is only the beginning and we look forward to sharing insights on the tech-driven future for this industry."