Creativity Conference 2015 by the (social media) Numbers
On Friday, April 24th, the MPAA along with our partners Microsoft and ABC, hosted the third annual Creativity Conference. There was an immense amount of buzz online around the event, some of which we’ve captured below:
- During the event we had over 1000 discussions online, reaching over 10 million people
Explore some thoughts on filmmaking & storytelling from @foxsearchlight's @nancy2077 in this #CreativityCon visual. pic.twitter.com/dpwPCxTiIH
— CreativityConference (@Creativity_Con) April 25, 2015
Wishing @MPAA a successful @Creativity_Con! Creativity strengthens & helps grow U.S. economy! #CreativityCon
— House Judiciary ⚖ (@HouseJudiciary) April 24, 2015
- #CreativityCon trended nationally, and was the top Twitter trend in Washington, DC for the entirety of the conference
#creativitycon is now trending in #DC http://t.co/Xu9W3gI4lu
— Trendsmap DC (@TrendsDC) April 24, 2015
- We had nearly 400 attendees, with thousands more watching on our live-stream
So excited to attend my first-ever @Creativity_Con tomorrow @Newseum! The speaker lineup is beyond amazing.
— Gagan Nirula (@gagannirula) April 24, 2015
Thank you to my friends at the @MPAA for inviting me to this amazing event. #CreativityCon is very inspiring #ABCNews #Microsoft
— Armani Worrell (@MrWorrellPR) April 24, 2015
.@ABC News is back at #CreativityCon — watch LIVE at http://t.co/faCJqcOCj7.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) April 24, 2015
All in all another hugely successful event, showcasing the intersection between content and technology!
(Photo Credit: Ralph Alswang)