The official International Podcast Day streaming schedule is presented below or download it here. Join our Live coverage here! Thank you to each of our speakers for volunteering their time, sharing their expertise, and being a part of the celebration. Take your time to check out the Speakers bios and pay them a visit. To see all the replays, visit YouTube.
Many events are took place across the globe on International Podcast Day. There were local podcaster meetups, listener podcast parties, comedy shows, and so much more. You can locate an event that happened in your area here.
International Podcast Day 2018 will began with a kickoff session covering the history of the event, the event schedule, Podcast Awards announcement, sponsor and speaker spotlights, and highlights of what to expect over the next 30+ hours of live video streaming.
After having 1001 conversations in only 3 months, he shares his story of the difference that can be made by having conversations…12 minutes at a time. Learn about the power of connection and the power of conversation.
Podcasting, like any endeavour, can at times feel isolating. We may even have our own limiting beliefs & challenges. Sharing our rediscovery & re-connection with what we are passionate about, as well as recognizing those who have helped us along the way really lights us up! It helps us feel supported, appreciated & part of something bigger & opens up new opportunities. And, it’s fun to share and celebrate things! Learn more about the idea behind the Sunshine Summit live-stream event that brings people together to help us shine bright on our respective content creation journeys.
What 3 channels (besides iTunes and Google Play) your podcast should be on to get the maximum reach; how each channel is different from the others (and why that matters); how to most effectively use each of those channels to grow your audience.
Kinny was born and raised in Hong Kong. She shares her experiences growing up in a Chinese family. She explores many of the different cultures and traditions celebrated by her family. She shares her childhood adventures, revealing many of the family expectations and values that were placed on her. Kinny’s gives us an insight into the colonial generation of Chinese culture which she feels is now lost in the current generation of Chinese youth. This will be an eye opening and informative discussion about all aspects of life in a Chinese family.
Podcasting about the weird, wacky, unusual, funny, serious and not-so-serous things I love about writing has opened delightfully unexpected doors for my stories. I’ll share how collaborating with my local podcasting and audio production community downunder is growing my tribe of fellow storytellers everywhere.
India has a very nascent podcasting scene, but a handful of people are trying to grow it.
They say be where your audience is and why are you still not on WhatsApp with your podcast? Sounds crazy? How about a seminar on WhatsApp what we call as WhatsAppinar? Join me as I share about the state of podcasting in India and how we are tapping into this powerful medium with 1.5B users. Be ready to take home some actionable marketing strategy that no one talks about.
Giorgio will discuss in detail several ways how to monetize a tiny podcast. This is the story of his personal podcast, in this case the most interesting part is that is an average Italian podcast. So many people will get some interesting tips.
Can an outsider tell meaningful stories of identity and culture? Museums in Strange Places has an ambitious mission: to visit a new country, region, or state every season and discover its culture and unique identity by visiting museums. In this session, I will discuss how I explored the museums of Iceland and Maryland through podcasting and what lessons I learned along the way about interviewing people with different backgrounds (and varying levels of English), building an international podcast audience, and avoiding stereotypes when podcasting in exotic places.
How do you build a podcast market? Podcasting in the Middle East is in its infancy. Whereas in markets like the US, there are 500,000 active shows, in the Middle East there are maybe 150 active podcast shows, and most have cropped up in the past year alone. Kerning Cultures is one of the few Middle East podcast companies, and as such, is defining the landscape. We’ll share the woes and opportunities we’ve faced, what it takes to build a new user behaviour when digital audio is not mainstream, and the potential we see for the podcasting scene across the Middle East and North Africa.
Today the world is very strange and unpredictable. The traditional medias controlled by higher interests made space for a new force: podcasts. Podcasts are different, because it is more personal, a bigger interaction. The hosts let you give your opinions, so the control is not by a business man – but by a student, a teacher, a worker, who can seek information. I chose to talk about politics, with teachers, with members of the Portuguese Government, with Deputies of the Nation. With that I want to bring those who have power near to the voters, because I think that the distance between is huge. My podcast can provide a voice.
I’ve always encouraged my students and listeners to start a podcast, many do, yet the one that I’m super proud of is my daughter Nicole Purvy. Nicole uses her podcast to grow her business and one of most successful strategies involves live events. She hosts live podcasts recordings of the Better Than Success Podcast where she interviews influencers, authors and public speakers as a packed audience of listeners feast upon a delicious brunch. Over notable events include real estate bootcamps, summits, workshops and Philadelphia Real Estate Week, where she also interviews her podcast guests in front of a live audience. I’ll share Nicole’s story and the secrets to her live podcast event success.
118 weeks of podcasting has transformed my business, my network and my life. I’ve always loved radio. Despite leaving broadcast journalism many years ago, I craved going back behind the mic. Podcasting presented the perfect opportunity to satisfy a professional craving while also transforming my business. The podcast has taken me to the heart of European politics and to international speaker stages. I will inspire you to get behind the mic, motivate you to take your podcast to the next level, and provide insights into how you can reap so many more rewards from a digital marketing perspective. Pull up a chair, tune in and I’ll share my story from the beautiful West of Ireland.
The world of podcasting has provided a gateway to the world for podcast hosts. I still find it exciting reviewing the listeners stats and finding out that I have subscribers in the most obscure outposts of the world. World domination is often a dream for podcasters but we must not forget the network we have grown, closer to home. Likeminded subscribers in your local region who relate to your content are extremely open to meet ups. This can easily be arranged with a little help from local networks. Ian will share his experience of creating live local events streamed across the world, with the listeners.
Quintessential ZA is building a new nation with the next generation. We will show you how the born-free generation forge a new path forward in the beautiful country of South Africa. Prepare to be educated by the individuals who are empowering their communities with quintessentially South African podcasts. We have 9 podcasts running concurrently, all creating content in the kinds of industries millennials are interested in. In our presentation, we will talk starting up one of the first South African podcast networks. We will also discuss the podcasts already signed to the network with the podcasters who host them. We will give you a look behind the scenes of a podcast network.
With one of the largest radio audiences in Europe, France will be an important audio market in the coming years. Millions listen to Radio France’s downloadable podcasts each week and more and more are listening to independent podcasts from studios and independent producers. These podcasters have transformed the audio landscape in recent years and have begun to draw the attention of brands. But who are the brands investing in podcasts in France? What kinds of shows are being produced? And finally what makes this market so attractive for brands? Independent producer and consultant Lory Martinez explores the growing French Podcast Scene.
So much of podcasting requires you to have skills OTHER than being charming and knowledgeable into a microphone. In this session, we’ll discuss some growth tactics that have nothing to do with Apple Podcasts, your audio levels, your interview skills, or your cover art. There are lots of great ways to grow an audience that most podcasters have never even considered – allow us to get your mind buzzing with possibility!
In this session, Rob shares the story behind a number of these unexpected benefits, how these learnings transpired, and how each one has made him better. He hopes that the tales from the podcasting adventure provides you with some new perspectives, reflections points, and even the motivation to take action if you’re considering starting or rebooting a podcast of your own.
Game changing differences can be made for your podcast when you implement best practices or correct minor (or big) issues to your show as a whole. Listen in while Mike Dell and Todd Cochrane, long-time podcasters, provide some dos and don’ts.
Learn the 5 pillars that every podcaster must have to succeed at branding their unique podcast brand. No matter where in the world you have launched your podcast, and no matter where in the world your listener is located, you must address these 5 pillars to brand, market and grow your successful podcast.
We will talk with other podcasters of Union Podcastera to give them a report about the current status of podcasting in Spanish. The progress made to date and what we expect for the future.
Podcasting is more than trickling into our classrooms and schools. Students are being encouraged more than ever to be content creators and not just consumers. This presentation will talk about the impact of podcasts in schools and encourage you to use your knowledge of content creation to give back and help student content creators.
People start podcasts for different unique and interesting reasons. Brian Crawford of The River’s Edge radio network and River Talk podcast will sit down with podcasters in Pittsburgh to ask them, why? Why do they podcast? We’ll bring people from across the podcast spectrum who live in Pittsburgh including radio personalities who have embraced the podcast form, to podcast network builders, to professionals using podcasting to reach their customers and hobbyists who’ve had conversations on their show with people across the world. We hope this conversation will inspire you to explore the vast number of resources and entertainment available to you through your podcast app.
Do you have interviews that you’re just too embarrassed to publish because the conversation was awkward, you struggled to build rapport with the guest, and you felt like you were pulling teeth throughout the conversation? Find out the processes and techniques Annemarie has used over the hundreds of interviews she’s conducted and still uses today across multiple podcasts to help prepare and build rapport with her guests, manage even the most difficult of guests, as well as a number of go-to conversation starters for those times you’re really struggling during the interview.
The 13th Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards will be live streamed on International Podcast Day! Tune in to celebrate with the nominees and winners. The People’s Choice Podcast Awards is the longest running premier podcast awards event in the podcasting space open to shows worldwide.
Blubrry’s CEO, Todd Cochrane, has found what does and does not work concerning your online presence and growing your community in podcasting. Dig in and be ready to use his strategies and tips to exceed your podcast expectations.
Creating a podcast is 20% of the work. If you think you are finished when you upload your MP3 file you are sorely mistaken. In this presentation I will demonstrate the processes and tactics I have used to both grow my podcasting audience but also build my business and personal brand globally.
In this session, Ely will guide you through what the audio fiction landscape looks like in 2018, focusing on the emergence of audio fiction as a potential positive space for marginalized and oppressed creators who may encounter gatekeeping in other form of media. She’ll also discuss how the audio fiction community could help benefit the growth of podcasting among new and potential listeners.
Filipinos are now expanding how they tell stories and are discovering the joys (and challenges) of podcasting. Issa Perez, who has been a forerunner in podcasting in the Philippines, has seen the growing interest; its growth and is eager to share this cultural change with everyone around the world! Tune in and listen to how she has encouraged (and keeping planning to), guides and what challenges she offers to story tellers through this amazing platform.
Wrap up the 2018 International Podcast Day event with a reflection on the last 30+ hours of amazing content. Join the final session as we conclude 2018 with some laughs and getting planning on the 2019 event!