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Don't miss the 10th Annual Digital Family Reunion: Envisioning LA Tech in 2027. If you've attended before, you already know the magic of DFR...and if this is your first, get ready to experience what happens when LA's entire tech community convenes to celebrate all that connects us. From Silicon Beach to DTLA and across So Cal, please join fellow digital media, entertainment and technology professionals for the event of the holiday season -- and the decade. See digitalfamilyinc.com for more details. Head to DFR17.eventbrite.com and use code: DFR17 at checkout for $20 off ticket prices! @DigitalFamily #DFR17
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History of DFR
Founded by Kurt Daradics, David Leighton, Brad Nye and Tony Winders in 2008, the Digital Family Reunion is produced in association with Women in Technology International and Startups in the Sky. DFR is an event for the community and produced through a volunteer effort of individual contributors and more than 50 community partner organizations.
For the past nine years, the Digital Family Reunion has existed to celebrate the technology and digital media industries in Los Angeles and across Southern California. What began as a networking event to connect the Web 1.0 and 2.0 generations has become a annual holiday tradition to showcase all that binds LA's technology community during one dynamic night of networking and celebration.
In the early 90s, Los Angeles' nascent digital industry was the purview of professional associations like IICS, AIP and LAwNMoweR. As the dot-com boom exploded on the scene, networking groups such as the Venice Interactive Community and the Digital Coast Roundtable shaped LA's regional social and professional networks. Today, Silicon Beach is a thriving community full of meetups and professional organizations, from Digital LA and METal to Built In LA and WeAreLATech --and so many more. Digital Family Reunion binds LA's tech community together in person as well as through its social media channels and provides a forum to reconnect and make new connections for the year --and the decade --ahead.