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International Podcast Day will begin with a kickoff broadcast covering the history of the event, event schedule, 14th Annual Podcast Awards announcement, sponsor and speaker spotlights, and highlights of what to expect over the 24-hour live event. And of course, you can count on a few special guests.
Similar to a book tour, being a featured guest on a series of podcasts is a great way to build your audience and promote your products and services. In this session, learn how to organize your own podcast tour and how it can amplify your message and grow your audience. Takeaways – 1) How to find the right podcasts for your message. 2) What to include in a pitch. 3) Productivity tools and resources to save time. 4) Best practices for after the episode airs.
Tendremos un panel de discusión sobre la importancia y beneficios que puede traer para una marca, compañía o instutición tener o auspiciar un pódcast. Discuteremos sobre el proceso de producción y los formatos que se pueden manejar como la entrevista, plática con expertos o el storytelling.
Norman Chella of Podlovers Asia talks about the trends, predictions, and more throughout ASEAN, South Asia, East Asia, and the Asian-American podcasting scene. From the show’s first episode to the Asia Podcast Summit, market specifics for podcasting, and what is needed to grow in each space, Norman provides an insight on how to be part of this rising market.
Saya, Anisa, and Paroma are hosts of Dramas Over Flowers, which is a podcast known for reviewing and dissecting Korean Dramas in the English language. They’ll be discussing their transformation from fans to creators, battling imposter syndrome, and how they found a dedicated and supportive audience.
During this presentation, Adelle Onyango will share her journey of being on traditional radio as a radio presenter for 10 years and making the transition to podcasting. She will share what podcasts can borrow from the traditional radio. She will also speak about how Kenyans have been given agency over their stories and have been able to regain control over the stories they want to tell and issues they want to address. A few Kenyan podcasters will share their thoughts on this during her presentation.
Nowadays, it seems that everyone can be a podcaster and be able to create a show. Some go well, a few go extremely good, but there is also those who can’t pick up the pace. But our routines changes and our friends change a little bit. When we start a podcast, everything changes. The conversations will be not about you but about your episodes. When a conversation pops up, you say that you already spoke about it on your podcast. It’s starts like a hobby, but it turns to be a way of life – the pod way of life.
Our goal is to discuss, with a panel featuring speakers from Serbia, Italy, Brazil, and the USA, what challenges we face and whether the challenges of running a podcast in the world of think tanks are the same in EU countries, in EU candidate countries, and the Americas, and whether we should reach out to more listeners by simplifying our messages or if it is all right for this type of podcast to be listened to by a narrower, more professional audience. We would also cover recent events, focusing on whether the numbers of listeners increased during the COVID-19 pandemic or not, and what affects the listenership of an episode.
Mocaasan, in her first year of podcasting, and Shinichi, in his 15th year of podcasting, will talk about Japan’s podcast situation and the gifts that podcast give to the region. Compared to their Western counterparts, podcasts are still relatively underground in Japan. It’s not widely recognized as a medium, but there are signs that it’s about to take off. Tune in to hear about what’s going on in Japan, what’s in store for the future, and how the community can help you create your own podcast. Let’s make the podcasting experience in Japan more exciting. This session will be in Japanese!
During this session, we will dive deep into understanding the Podcast Discoverability Triangle and how you can create scalable, evergreen marketing campaigns that target the three pillars of that discoverability challenge. Takeaways – 1) Understand the three big reasons that new listeners aren’t discovering your show 2) Design and implement a custom listener acquisition flow that will take casual lurkers through to loyal subscribers 3) Understand the two types of podcast trailer and how to choose, design & produce the best for your show
From a unique European focus, join Fanny and other French-based podcasters are they dissect how podcasts and podcasting is going in France. What are the trending topics? How can French podcasters monetize their podcasts (or not)? And what are the actual problems at this current time?
During this presentation, the CodeCase team will be sharing their’ journey in podcasting in a country like Zambia. They will share their experience starting a podcast on a budget with no previous experience in media or content creation of this nature. CodeCast will also be talking about current challenges with monetization which is a common problem around Africa as well as how they overcame hurdles with audio quality, distribution.
Language podcasts are a very popular category in the podworld and while many of these podcasts are teaching languages, there is another growing kind of language podcast that we want to share with you today – language learning podcasts. These are podcasts about the language learning process, often as the guest and/or host is learning a language. Our panelists all have a language learning podcast but with different styles. We want to share these with you and inspire you to start your own language learning podcast.
Join MacKenzie Bennett of the Blubrry team as she leads a discussion about powerful women in podcasting. Blubrry Podcasting will talk with Candy O’Terry, Boston’s beloved radio voice, along with another special guest about the unique journeys they took to building successful podcasts and businesses.
Rather than present an hour-long infomercial for our service, we’re yielding our time to indie podcasters who could benefit from a bit of a promo boost! This entire session will feature a variety of really cool and informative three minute videos, telling the world about your independent podcast. Tune in to find out more!
In this presentation, Aykut Balci shares of podcasting from Turkey. Podcasts are becoming the new big thing in entertainment. A few years ago, YouTube was the site everyone watched because it was a convenient, an easy way to get your entertainment. Now people are turning to podcasts because they’re even easier and more convenient. Listening to podcasts in the car has become the norm for many people. Instead of listening to a favorite radio station during the morning commute, many listeners catch up on an episode or two of their favorite podcast. Why have so many people made this change?
In this session you will hear from five Caribbean podcasters from different countries discuss – 1) the impact of podcasting in their country/community, and 2) the challenges and opportunities that podcasting presents. Podcasters will also dive into the future of what podcasting looks like in the region.
In partnership with Focusrite, a Gold Sponsor, and in celebration of International Podcast Day, Harry Duran will do what he does best; interview veteran podcasters. In a roundtable discussion format, Harry will speak with 4-veteran podcasters, all from different genres, global regions, and levels of experience, to learn more about what drives the passion they have for podcasting. Joining Harry in this conversation will be Suzy Buttress of The Casual Birder Podcast, Julian Placino of Pathways to Success, Patrick Keller of the Big Séance Podcast, and Ian Gaines of Immigration Nerds.
Desde Podcaster@s, la comunidad de podcasters de habla hispana, proponemos analizar los desafíos que enfrenta la industria en la región de América Latina.
Blubrry’s CEO Todd Cochrane will host a discussion with the Podfather of Podcasting Adam Curry looking back at the 16 years of podcasting and the Podcast 2.0 initiative.
The People’s Choice Podcast Awards is the longest running premier podcast awards event in the podcasting space open to shows worldwide – designed from the beginning to allow fans to show their appreciation by nominating their favorite podcasts and culminating with a live streamed awards show during the International Podcast Day live event.
The Vietnamese Boat People podcast has organically grown to a listener base from over 10 countries with a community that is emotionally connected to the mission of the show. From one founding member, we have grown to team of 15 dedicated volunteers made up of students to experienced professionals and countless contributors to our social media, blog posts and events. As a community, we share the passion to amplify these stories that have been marginalized as part of world history. In this session, attendees will gain low-cost tips and ideas for connecting with audiences outside of the podcast and ways to engage, interact, and build an international community.
Content, content, content. It is all we see these days and as podcasters it is all we create as well! How can we add more value to our audiences and let the content be a catalyst for their success? Education is constantly changing at a rapid rate and I believe that online learning is becoming more and more valuable. Join this session to learn how to define great content and how to help your audience shape success.
Wrap up the International Podcast Day event with a reflection on the last 24+ hours of amazing content. Join the final session as we conclude with some laughs and getting planned for next year’s event!