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Showstopping Scribes From Chuck Lorre to Katori Hall Pull Back the Curtain on the Craft of Writing

Variety’s Night in the Writers’ Room panelists pull back the curtain on their craft and Emmy-contending series.
Tags: Events, Emmys, Chuck Lorre, Katori Hall, Anna Konkle, Katori Hall Pull Back the Curtain


Product design expert Scott Tong will join us at TC Early Stage in July

Thoughtful and high-quality product design is no longer optional. Gone are the days that a startup could launch with a bare-bones app or website. The demand side of the design equation has only grown — consumers are used to beautiful, intuitive products — while the supply side is struggling to keep up. How are startups supposed to educate themselves in product design, hire the right people for those positions and think about product design as a core piece of their business? A good starting point...
Tags: Startups, TC, Facebook, Pinterest, Events, Tech, Ideo, Tong, Scott Tong, Caryn Marooney, Rahul Vohra, IMO Ventures, TC Early Stage, Early Stage 2021


Radiocentre to hold Backing Brilliant Business Masterclass

Radiocentre is inviting businesses to its free Backing Brilliant Business Masterclass livestream. Taking place on Tuesday 6th July at 2pm, business owners across the UK are invited to attend a free live and interactive event, where they can hear from experts in the fields of radio, advertising and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs can learn how to get the most out of advertising with radio, maximise the effectiveness of their ads and explore how to efficiently squeeze every penny of value from...
Tags: Business, UK, Events, Radio, Heinz, Bauer, Radiocentre, Radioville, Lucy Barrett, Tara Wilkinson, Sean Carnegie, Residence Simon Devonshire OBE Simon


Dell Technologies, UserTesting, Movile, Pilot and oVice to offer mini master classes at TC Early Stage 2021

Hey, you there — early-stage founders. Yes, you. TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing & Fundraising, our mini master class in entrepreneurship, is right around the proverbial corner. And by mini we mean it’s just two days — July 8-9. There’s nothing mini about the expert advice, information and actionable tips you’ll glean from attending this event. Buy your pass today and get ready to learn how to build a better startup without reinventing the wheel (good thing we don’t charge by the cliché). Day one...
Tags: Startups, TC, Japan, Stanford, Events, Tech, Harvard, Gm, Dell, Movile, DANIEL BUCKLEY, Dell Technologies Capital, Waseem, Patrick Hruby, Waseem Daher, TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and Fundraising


Radio Academy holds birthday event for Times Radio

The Radio Academy is celebrating 12 months of Times Radio with a special event looking back at the first year. The event is happening online on Wednesday 30th June at 5pm hosted by Matt Deegan. What went well? What didn’t go so well? What would they have done differently given the chance? And how has the global pandemic defined their maiden year? Matt will chat with the Programme Director Tim Levell, with Weekend Presenter Ayesha Hazarika, and Mid-Morning Producer Poppy Bullard. This virt...
Tags: Events, Radio, Matt, Radio Academy, Matt Deegan, Ayesha Hazarika, Tim Levell, Times Radio


Where to watch July 4, 2021 fireworks in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties

  Fireworks illuminate the night sky at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Contributing Photographer)     Celebrating Independence Day 2021 is a little different again this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There will be fireworks displays but some organizations have had to cancel, modify or restrict the customary concerts, parades and other activities — including no spectators on football fields or concert venues. Here is a sampling of reg...
Tags: Hollywood, Holidays, California, Los Angeles, Events, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Glendale, Wheeler, Venice, Local News, Monrovia, Arcadia, Sorrento, Ventura


Nintendo Direct Scored Highest Peak Viewers for E3 2021

It seems Nintendo has “won” E3 2021 as far as peak viewers go as this chart has divulged the conferences that had the highest, with the Smash Bros. series and Breath of the Wild 2 likely being huge factors in this accomplishment. Data site Stream Hatchet released a chart that revealed the amount of views […]
Tags: Business, Games, Events, Nintendo, Statistics, Anime, E3


Twitch Reveals 4 Keys to Innovation in Virtual Live Entertainment

As the pandemic has pushed live entertainment into the virtual realm over the course of the past year, innovation in the space was supercharged to fill the gaps left by the cancellation of in-person events. From gaming and sports to conferences and YouTube streaming, influencers and entertainers found new ways to create immersive and interactive...
Tags: Gaming, Advertising, Events, Cannes Lions


Karin Tsai, director of engineering at Duolingo will be speaking at TechCrunch City Spotlight: Pittsburgh on June 29

TechCrunch City Spotlight: Pittsburgh is getting closer, with impressive featured speakers including Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jahanian and Mayor Bill Peduto. However, we’ve saved the best for last: Our last speaker is Karin Tsai, director of engineering at Duolingo, a $2.4 billion business that is all about making language learning fun and accessible. The event will be held on June 29, so make sure to register here (for free) to listen to these conversations, enjoy the pitch-o...
Tags: Startups, TC, Events, Tech, EC, Carnegie Mellon University, Duolingo, Pittsburgh, Don, Tsai, Peduto, Bill Peduto, Farnam Jahanian, Duolingo EC, TechCrunch City Spotlight, Pittsburgh City Spotlight


Take-Two Interactive Uses E3 Panel to Talk About Diversity & Inclusion Instead of Games

Perhaps having nothing of value to actually show, game company Take-Two Interactive used its spot in the E3 lineup to talk about the oh so important “diversity and inclusion” as opposed to actual games, the usual nonsense that is constantly forced down the throats of not only those who play games but most Westerners in […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Lgbt, Events, Feminism, Anime, Mental Illness, E3, Take Two Interactive


E3 2021 wrap-up

E3 2021 kicked off with news about E3 2022. Kind of a funny way to start a show, as Mayor Eric Garcetti told the crowd, “we look forward to seeing you in-person, here in the City of Angels, in 2022.” Also a bit funny when the mayor’s video game show announcement has less confetti and Minions than his state-reopening speech, but that’s something for another post. It’s understandable, of course, that E3’s organizers led with that news. The 2021 show was, like so many other things over the past yea...
Tags: Apple, Gaming, Microsoft, La, Samsung, Events, Tech, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Zelda, Eric Garcetti, E3, Square Enix, City Of Angels, Capcom


This Sports Illustrated Ticketing Site Promises to Minimize a Big Pain Point: Fees

Brand management firm Authentic Brands Group is introducing a new ticketing platform called SI Tix, which taps into the media brand Sports Illustrated just as consumers are once again allowed to attend concerts and sporting events across the U.S. "We always believed this was a business that we could be successful in, and we always...
Tags: Media, Advertising, Events, Magazines, Platforms, Consumer, Product Innovation, Challenger Brands, Authentic Brands Group, Legacy Brands


Studio Ghibli Fest Returns to Theaters for 2021 – Here’s How You Can Watch Some Anime Classics on the Big Screen

Studio Ghibli Fest is back to spirit you away to the magical worlds of anime titan Hayao Miyazaki. GKIDS has announced the dates of Studio Ghibli Fest 2021, which will return to theaters this fall with a celebratory 20th anniversary screening of Miyazaki’s Oscar-winning Spirited Away. It will be followed by three other Miyazaki films, all hitting theaters in both their English subtitled and English dubbed versions. Since launching in 2017, GKIDS and Fathom Events have brought Studio Ghibli f...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Events, Isao Takahata, Miyazaki, Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, David Jesteadt, Ray Nutt, Studio Ghibli Fest, Studio Ghibi


Investors Clara Brenner, Quin Garcia and Rachel Holt on SPACs, micromobility and how COVID-19 shaped VC

Few people are more closely tapped into the innovations in the transportation space than investors. They’re paying close attention to what startups and tech companies are doing to develop and commercialize autonomous vehicle technology, electrification, micromobility, robotics and so much more. Clara Brenner, co-founder and managing partner of Urban Innovation Fund; Quin Garcia, the managing director of AutoTech Ventures; and Rachel Holt, co-founder and general partner of Construct Capital talke...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Events, Tech, Automotive, Garcia, Holt, Rachel Holt, AutoTech Ventures, Quin Garcia, Urban Innovation Fund, Clara Brenner, Event Recap, TC Sessions: Mobility 2021, Clara Brenner Quin Garcia, Mobility 2021


Yasmin Razavi of Spark Capital will sit in judgment at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021’s Startup Battlefield

Joining us onstage as a judge for TechCrunch Disrupt 2021‘s Startup Battlefield will be Yasmin Razavi, general partner at Spark Capital. Her engineering background and fintech chops should make for incisive questions for the founders presenting. Razavi invests in growth-stage enterprise, fintech and developer companies, but her background is until fairly recently an engineering-focused one. She grew up in Tehran, studied engineering at the University of Toronto and got her MBA at Harvard Busines...
Tags: Startups, TC, Events, Tech, Tehran, University of Toronto, Mckinsey, Startup Battlefield, Harvard Business School, Razavi, Yasmin Razavi, TC Disrupt 2021, Marqueta Deel Rapyd Niantic Capitolis


Hybrid events platform Brella raises $10M Series A led by Connected Capital

Hybrid event platform Brella has raised a $10M Series A funding round led by Connected Capital. Normally used as an offline networking app, Brella pivoted from live events into a virtual event platform after the pandemic hit. The company counts Informa, Marcus Evans, Questex and IQPC as customers Markus Kauppinen, CEO and Founder of Brella said the company is moving towards ‘immersive hybrid events that contain both live and virtual components’ as the world opens up post-COVID. Kauppinen said: “...
Tags: TC, Europe, Time, Articles, Events, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Brella, Informa Marcus Evans Questex, IQPC, Markus Kauppinen, COVID Kauppinen, Mathijs Robbens Co, Connected Capital


Yuru Yuri Creator Namori Art Exhibit Supremely Moe

Honoring their 15th anniversary as an artist, a special art exhibition has been opened for Yuru Yuri creator Namori, allowing attendees to ogle artwork from the all-girl series, its web manga spinoff Oomuroke, as well as some original illustrations Namori sketched in the past. Only some of the sights and goods available at the event: […]
Tags: Events, Anniversaries, Illustration, Artists, Tokyo, Anime, Moe, Chiyoda, Otaku, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Yuru Yuri, Yuru Yuri Creator Namori, Namori


Halo Infinite E3 Footage Delves Deep Into Story

E3 footage of Halo Infinite has players learning more of the game’s premise, once again focusing on Master Chief as he floats about in space before then being greeted by an AI, the disappearance of female AI Cortana bound to have fans rather curious. The E3 footage that shows off a story-based trailer as well […]
Tags: Games, Space, Drama, Trailer, Halo, Events, FPS, Anime, 343 Industries


Founders Ben Schippers and Evette Ellis are riding the EV sales wave

EV sales are driving demand for services and startups that fulfill the new needs of drivers, charging station operators and others. Evette Ellis and Ben Schippers took to the main stage at TC Sessions: Mobility 2021 to share how their companies capitalize off the new opportunities presented by the electric transportation revolution. Ellis is the co-founder and chief workforce officer of ChargerHelp, an on-demand EV charging station repair company. She spoke about how the company approaches hirin...
Tags: Transportation, Events, Tech, Automotive, Ben Schippers, Ellis, U S Department of Labor, Evette, TezLab, Event Recap, TC Sessions: Mobility 2021, ChargerHelp, Evette Ellis, Kameale Terry, Mobility 2021, EC TechCrunch TC Mobility


Mayor Bill Peduto will be speaking at TechCrunch City Spotlight: Pittsburgh on June 29

Last week we announced that Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jahanian will be speaking at our upcoming City Spotlight: Pittsburgh event. Today, we’re excited to announce another big guest: Mayor Bill Peduto. The event will be held on June 29. You can register here for free to listen to our conversations with Mayor Peduto and Jahanian, among others. An alumni of both Carnegie Mellon University and Pennsylvania State University, Peduto served on Pittsburgh’s City Council for a dozen yea...
Tags: Startups, New York, California, San Francisco, Events, Tech, City Council, West Coast, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, CMU, Pennsylvania State University, Matt Burns, Peduto, Bill Peduto, Farnam Jahanian


Mar Hershenson joins us at TechCrunch Disrupt on how to craft your pitch deck

Pitching is the single-most important skill a founder needs to refine to be successful in building a startup. You can’t attract a co-founder, teammates, customers or investors without a well-crafted pitch about your product and vision, and so learning how to pitch and communicate effectively tends to be the first gateway to early entrepreneurial success. While books and talks galore have been published on pitching, the reality is that the art of the pitch deck is a constantly changing fashion. T...
Tags: Startups, TC, Events, Tech, Mar Hershenson, Guardant Health, TC Disrupt 2021, Hershenson, Aurora Solar BioAge, Stanford Hershenson, Barcelona Design Sabio Labs


Life is Strange: True Colors Now Wielding the “Superpower” of “Empathy”

The Life is Strange series has somehow become even more of a joke than the last political title as the impending Life is Strange: True Colors has its heroine wielding the “superpower” that is empathy, causing many to suspect it will also contain even more nauseating woke elements whilst preaching rhetoric to players. The four-minute […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Trailer, Events, Anime, Adventure Games, Life Is Strange


Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Completely Obsessed With Chaos

Square Enix and Team Ninja have announced an action RPG game set before the events of the very first Final Fantasy titled “Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin“, unfortunately being labeled as rather unimpressive by the masses, with some even being annoyed at the trailer’s comical obsession with “Chaos”. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin takes […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Events, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Demo, RPG, E3, Pc Gaming, Square Enix, Final Fantasy, PS5, Xbox Series X


E3 2021 catch up

If you’re like me, you spent the weekend longing for the mixed bag that is downtown Los Angeles during E3. I’ve got fond memories of fish tacos, The Last Bookstore, watching playoff basketball in garishly lit hotel lobbies and, of course, video game press conference after video game press conference. For a second year in a row, the show’s gone all virtual, owing to…well, you know, that pesky virus that has defined the past year and a half of our lives. Last year’s show was canceled altogether (t...
Tags: Gaming, Microsoft, Mexico, Los Angeles, Events, Tech, EA, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Eric Garcetti, Caribbean, E3, Bethesda, Square Enix, NPD


Great news for the industry: Big events get green light in the Netherlands

Boy, what a nice surprise we got from the Dutch government. The minister of Economic Affairs, Mona Keijzer, announced that as of June 30, ticketed events are allowed regardless of size, without face masks, nor social distancing! To ensure safety, event attendees will need to show that they are vaccinated or provide a valid covid test (taken max 40 hours before the event) at the entrance. This is big news for the events industry, and it comes at a time we’re all longing for in-person events. With...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Events, Netherlands, Insider, Mona Keijzer


How can Product Managers deal with multiple stakeholders: Introducing the Group Mentoring Session by Movin Jain, Director of Product, PhonePe

Product managers have to wear multiple hats. Apart from being master communicators, they need to learn the art of managing different stakeholders across the org. Right from engineering to marketing, sales, support, and of course, the leadership team. This is almost a political role, minus the power (and influence). And this isn’t easy. Most product managers struggle with this in their career. And this is where SEEK mentoring comes to the rescue. Learn the art of managing stakeholder...
Tags: Business, India, Events, Meesho, Movin Jain, Movin Jain Movin Jain


Benny the Butcher Pop Up at APT4B

Last week we went to go cover the amazing Benny the Butcher pop up event with exclusive merch that can’t be found anywhere else. That’s right, if you are a BSF or Griselda fan you’ll want to tap in with these in-person pop up shops that are going to be happening nation-wide. Be sure to watch this video and give it a thumbs up and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more!
Tags: Events, Jazz, Benny, Exclusive Interviews, Griselda, Hiphop Events


GivingTuesday and Pulsar on How to Measure Cultural Change

Even cultural moments can come down to a science. At least that's what audience intelligence platform Pulsar and "global generosity movement" GivingTuesday have discovered in researching how audiences and payment platforms impact donations. The two organizations presented those insights to Adweek editor in chief Stephanie Paterik during The Giving Revolution: How Network Effects Are Rewiring...
Tags: Advertising, Events, Adweek, Pulsar, Stephanie Paterik


Urban Renewal Project Collabs With Saturday AM For Exclusive Record Store Day Vinyl Release

For an exclusive Record Store Day release, the genre-bending collective Urban Renewal Project recruited Chicago spitter Vic Mensa for their single “Will To Survive.” Combining jazz-infused underground hip hop with period instruments from the ancient Mediterranean, the 7-inch release comes packaged with an original 20-page manga chronicling the adventures of a young recruit from North Africa in the Roman Legion, illustrated by the team at Saturday AM. Saturday AM is committed to bringing the ess...
Tags: News, Events, Chicago, Jazz, Record Store Day, Mediterranean, North Africa, Vic Mensa, Urban Renewal Project, Saturday AM, Urban Renewal Project Collabs, Roman Legion, Saturday AM Saturday AM


Pitch us, Pittsburgh

We’re getting closer to putting our spotlight on Pittsburgh, and there’s quite a bit going on behind the scenes. We’ve been spending a ton of time chatting with folks who are on the ground in the city, and we’ve had a great time learning and listening, which we think will make this installment of our Spotlight series the most dynamic yet. As we share more details on who will be participating, such as CMU’s President Farnam Jahanian, we still want to hear from those of you building companies in t...
Tags: Startups, Events, Tech, Pittsburgh, CMU, ET Co, Farnam Jahanian, TechCrunch City Spotlight, Pittsburgh City Spotlight, Duolingo Karin Tsai, Startup CMU, EDT Pittsburgh Pitch off Startups