Video: 2018 Texas GIS Forum Keynotes, Brian Unger and Bill Johnson

If you missed the keynotes at this year's forum, or just want to enjoy their engaging presentations again, we're excited to share the videos with you. If you're looking for the slides from other great presenters, visit the 2018 Forum Agenda. You can also watch the TNRIS skits that kicked off the conferences each day.

Keynote Day One - Brian Unger, 'How the States Got Their Shapes', Former Daily Show Correspondent

Brian Unger was the Forum Keynote on Wednesday, October 24. He is currently with the Travel Channel hosting the History Channel's How the States Got their Shapes' and has worked as a correspondent with Comedy Central's The Daily Show.

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Keynote Day Two - Bill Johnson, AppGeo 'Carp Geo' Evangelist

Bill Johnson was the forum keynote on Thursday, October 25. Bill is AppGeo's 'Carpe Geo' Evangelist, an engaging speaker who shares his insights tying government initiatives to the most advanced GIS technology through collaboration, thoughtful investment, and consistent attention to excellence.

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