T-Squared: Your 2014 #TribuneFest Save-the-Date
Mark your calendars! We're pleased to announce the dates of the 2014 Texas Tribune Festival: Sept. 19-21.
Mark your calendars! We're pleased to announce the dates of the 2014 Texas Tribune Festival: September 19-21. Our three-day gathering of big names and brains in politics and public policy will once again be held on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, and we're planning even more provocative programming, plus the usual networking opportunities. Registration won't open until the spring, but you can sign up today for emails updates about talent, tickets and the schedule, and you can follow the Festival on Facebook and Twitter.
Special thanks to our already-inked 2014 Festival sponsors: The University of Texas at Austin, SXSW, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, JPMorgan Chase, Harmony Public Schools, Texas Hospital Association, Deloitte, The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, Southwest Airlines, H+K Strategies, The Nature Conservancy, the Medill School at Northwestern University, AARP, Vianovo, Texas A&M University System, Lumina Foundation, Methodist Healthcare Ministries, Power Across Texas, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, AVID, Greater Texas Water Company, HEB, Shweiki Media, The Center for Politics and Governance at UT-Austin's LBJ School of Public Affairs, Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, and University of Texas Press. And to our media partners: The New York Times, Texas Monthly, KLRU, Univision, KUT and Houston Public Media.
We can't wait to see you at next year's fest!
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