Join #generateapp at #SMWNYC

This week in NYC Generate is live at Social Media Week. This amazing annual event takes place in key locations throughout the world and curates the best ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture today.

If you'll be at the conference join us for our Master Class session on Thursday February 26 at 1PM. Visitors will learn how to get the most of Generate's features for audio-reactive media and its applications to social media or live performance productions. We're also throwing in an upgrade to Generate Pro for FREE to everyone who attends!

We'll be sharing our own Generated experience of the events on our social channels throughout the week, so don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to catch some behind the scenes action direct from SMW.

We're excited to jump into the scene and wanted to share a few highlights from this year's SMW NYC that we're hoping to check out.

Vimeo's video school live session is geared towards everyone from the novice to the professional artist. Led by Andrea Allen and Mike Weissman they'll will give a hands on tutorial with examples of how to engage audiences through video successfully. 

How is social content leading campaigns? This master class held by Melanie Altarescu and Patrick Janelle will unpack how media is broadening to create richer storytelling.

Don't miss Jonathan Perelman's session, Creating Video Content for How it's Consumed. Buzzfeed's Motion Picture Vice President examines the evolution of media and how new innovations are changing its consumption.

This is sure to be a lively discussion: Why 2015 Will be the Year of Social Video. We can't wait to hear from experts Chris Anderson, Jessica Hansen, Jan Rezab and Michael Scissons.

Artists and technologists speak about Anti-Social Media. Taking the stage to explore the ever important questions of privacy in an increasingly connected world, join the discussion with Allison Burtch, Adam Harvey, Arwa Mahdawi, Mark Molle and Felicity Sargent