Voxnest Presents Live Stage at Podcast Movement 2019

Podcast Movement, the biggest podcasting gathering of the year, is less than two weeks away in sunny Orlando, Florida. While our team is, as always, looking forward to learning from and connecting with folks in the industry, we’re extra excited about this year’s Live Stage! 

With the growing interest in live streaming in the podcast space, we wanted to partner with Podcast Movement as it takes the next logical step: adding live streaming to the Live Stage at PM19. We are thrilled to sponsor this element of Podcast Movement that will live stream sessions to folks around the world

We’ve been working hard to bring attendees a line-up of inspiring and interesting speakers and topics, and we’re confident that we’ve done just that. From giving attendees the chance to pitch their podcast idea and get (gentle) feedback from talented podcast producers to exploring if the industry’s growth and monetization is affecting what listeners hear, there’s sure to be a plethora of stimulating conversations happening on Live Stage.

Be sure to join us for one of the sessions below and stop by Booth #422 in the exhibition area to say hello to our team!

August 14 Sessions


The Sounds of Skin and Body
10:15 – 10:45 a.m. | Live Stage (Gatlin B)
How podcasting can affect the public debate on bodies, sex and intimacy.

Featured Panelists:

    • Kristina Loring, Dipsea
    • Mitra Kaboli, The Heart/ESPN
    • Alexander Charles Adams, Producer
    • Jonathan Zenti, Meat 

 


The Greatest Investigation Ever: Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s?
11:00 – 11:30 a.m. | Live Stage (Gatlin B)
An in-depth interview with Brian Thompson, the independent journalist who’s investigating why McDonald’s doesn’t serve pizza anymore.

Featured Speaker and Host

    • Brian Thompson, Pizzaply Network/Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s
    • Hosted by Jonathan Zenti, Spreaker


August 15 Sessions


Making People Laugh is a Serious Job
10:45 – 11:15 a.m. | Live Stage (Gatlin B)
Comedy is always underrated because people don’t take it seriously… “it’s just funny!” But how hard is it to actually make people laugh? We’ll have a discussion with some laugh makers to understand what happens behind the curtain of comedy

Featured Panelists and Host: 

    • Ben Lapidus, Future Gay Podcast
    • Kristina Loring, Cooking By Ear
    • Brian Thompson, Pizzaply Network/Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s
    • Hosted by Jonathan Zenti, Spreaker

 

Content and Industry: Friends, Relatives or Total Strangers?
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Live Stage (Gatlin B)
In just a few years, podcasting turned from a fun activity to a viable career option, and it’s now a multimillion-dollar industry. Are listeners benefitting from the change? And how is the industry’s growth affecting the quality of what reaches people’s ears?

Featured Panelists:

    • Francesco Baschieri, Voxnest
    • Matt Macdonald, The Stoop
    • Nigel Poor, Ear Hustle
    • Martina Castro, Adonde Media

 

Goldfish Tank (Sharks are So Scary!)
2:15 – 2:45 p.m. | Live Stage (Gatlin B)
This is your chance to come on stage and pitch your podcast idea! Some of the most talented podcast producers and experts will give you (gentle) feedback, and you can win some cool gear to bring your idea to life 

Featured Panelists:

    • Mitra Kaboli, The Heart – ESPN
    • Earlonne Woods, Ear Hustle
    • Skye Pillsbury, Inside Podcasting
    • Dana Elizabeth Gerber-Margie, Bello Collective/Preserve This

 

 

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