Comic-Con To Stay in San Diego Until At Least 2015?

Maureen Cavanaugh of San Diego’s KPBS recently interviewed David Glanzer, the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Comic-Con International. In her interview, Glanzer talks about the future of Comic-Con, including efforts to extend their current contract in San Diego and the future of Comic-Con after that. See our notes on the interview after the jump.

So, it looks like San Diego is safe at least for now. Let us know what you think about Glanzer’s comments. You can read and listen to the full interview at KPBS.

Update: There seems to be some confusion as to what Glanzer meant by “I expect within the next 30 days we should have a decision”. A representative for the San Diego Convention Center informed me that the 30 day mark was in regards to the negotiations about the contract extension, and not the overall fate of San Diego as the long term home for Comic-Con. They want to make it clear that the contract extension is by no means a done deal, and they will make an announcement when/if it is finalized.

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