Dig Boston managing editor J. Patrick Brown has been promoted to editor.
DigRadio features six channels highlighting local bands.
Publisher Jeff Lawrence will assume the role of interim editor.
The two-year-old music showcase is listed as a "can't-miss show" in Billboard's official SXSW guide.
Time.com's list of 'Ten Acts That Rocked South by Southwest' includes Boston band Mystery Roar, which performed at the Boston to Austin party thrown by the Weekly Dig.
Dig Publishing LLC, publisher of Boston’s Weekly Dig, is pleased to announce the availability of the mobile version of their flagship website DigBoston.com.
Boston's Weekly Dig has teamed up with Converse to produce the Boston to Austin event, which will take place at South By Southwest (SXSW) on March 17.
Longtime Dig art director Tak Toyoshima has put a collection of his "Secret Asian Man" comic strips together in his first book, Secret Asian Man: The Daily Days. The book features every single daily comic strip he produced for over two years of syndication with United Feature Syndicate. "My goal was never to get picked up for syndication in daily papers but when it happened, I took a good look at what was out there and was shocked," he tells former Dig colleague Craig Kapilow. "SAM was touted by United Features as being the first daily syndicated comic strip featuring an Asian-American lead, which was unbelievable and sad at the same time." MORE: Ever wanted to see video of a topless porn starlet setting a book of comics on fire? You're in luck, thanks to the latest "Comic Book Witch Hunt" video from Nick Gazin, in which Ryan Keely sets The Daily Days aflame. (Depending on where you work, this may or may not be NSFW.)