By The Daily Buzz davidpoland@sbcglobal.net

The Daily Buzz podcast from South By Southwest (3/8/14)

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Today’s Show Rundown, March 8, 2014

HOT TOPICS/TEXAS ROUNDTABLE
Kim Voynar/MOVIECITYNEWS
Eric Kohn/INDIEWIRE
Dave Karger/FANDANGO
Marjorie Baumgarten/AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Michael Tully/HAMMER TO NAIL
Holly Herrick/AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY
Joe Leydon/VARIETY
Jette Kernion/SLACKERWOOD.COM

INTERVIEW SEGMENT
Jason Bateman/BAD WORDS

UTAH at SXSW ROUNDTABLE
Hoby Darling/SKULLCANDY
Judy Robinett/JROBINETT ENTERPRISES
Deirdra Burgess/JROBINETT ENTERPRISES

DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER SEGMENT
Michael Obert/SONG FROM THE FOREST
Alexandre Tondowski/SONG FROM THE FOREST

INTERVIEW SEGMENT
Larry Levine/WILD CANARIES
Sophia Takai/WILD CANARIES

NARRATIVE SPOTLIGHT
Bryan Reisberg/BIG SIGNIFICANT THINGS
Harry Lloyd/BIG SIGNIFICANT THINGS

EVOLUTION OF SX
David Madgael/DAVID MAGDAEL & ASSOCIATES
Irene Cho/DAILY BUZZ
Kim Voynar/MOVIECITYNEWS

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