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The Creator Stage hosted by Spreaker presents a programme of sessions dedicated to podcast creators, whether at the start of your podcasting journey or as an experienced operator.

Marketing, monetisation, myth busting, using AI tools, audio production, business tips and more.

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22 May 2024
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    3 Dangerous Myths About Podcast Growth That You Need to Ignore from TODAY!

    Podcast growth is harder than ever and sadly, there are more and more people selling silver bullets to "supercharge your growth and 10x your revenue". Sadly, they don't work.

    Join veteran Podcaster, Industry Leader and renowned Podcast Industry Educator, Mark Asquith in dispelling three of the most dangerous podcast growth myths and in learning what to do instead!

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    How to Create Your Wow. A Sound Design Masterclass
    Granny Eats Wolf is a creative studio specialising in immersive storytelling. In this session the team dive into the art of crafting unforgettable "wow" moments through industry-leading spatial audio techniques. Sharing case studies of specially composed soundscapes to help those with ADHD relax and sleep, a documentary about the Worlds biggest band and the huge production of 1984 where a carefully crafted torture scene, featuring Andrew Garfield and Andrew Scott, went viral on TikTok, finding a new audience and gathering over 2 million views per video. Join the team as they unveil the secrets behind leveraging spatial audio to captivate your audience and elevate any project.
    Presented By: GRANNY EATS WOLF
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    Women’s Podcast Creators’ Meet-Up at TPS
    Join Amazon Music, Wondery, and the International Women’s Podcast Awards as they bring women from across the industry in an “in conversation” and networking event.

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    From a Creator to a Business: 5 Steps to Stepping Up Your Podcast Business with AudioUK

    Join us for an enlightening panel discussion as we unravel the transition "From a Creator to a Business: 5 Steps to Stepping Up Your Podcast Business." Our seasoned panellists will guide you through strategic insights and actionable steps, sharing their expertise on transforming from a one podcast shop, into a thriving business venture.

    Whether you're a seasoned creator or just starting, this discussion promises invaluable tips on building a podcast business, monetisation, audience engagement, brand building, and more. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain practical knowledge and engage in a dynamic conversation with industry leaders. Elevate your podcasting journey and turn your passion into a successful business.

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    Special Announcement to Freelance Creators from Audio UK
    Join AudioUK for an exclusive announcement revealing our brand new Creator Membership level. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the news firsthand, meet our team, and gain valuable insights into the podcasting business. Plus, enjoy complimentary goodie bags as our thank you gesture.

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    Time Travelers: Navigating the Depths of History Through Podcasting

    History podcasts play a significant role in contemporary society: they provide accessible education, offer different perspectives, heavily explore storytelling, encourage critical thinking, and much more.

    This session will showcase 3 podcaster’s journeys: from Northern Ireland to Quenia Africa, these hosts have rightfully told the history of their countries and we will discuss the beginning of their journey, tips & tricks of history storytelling, and what the future of this genre will look like.

    Join these brilliant podcasters who have used their voices to inform, innovate, and invite discussion while exploring the many facets of history storytelling.

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    Top Questions to Ask Your Hosting Platform When Scaling Your Podcast

    Choosing the right hosting platform or network for your podcast can be challenging. How do you know which tools you need to grow your podcast in the ever-changing podcast industry? How do you know which metrics to consider when negotiating brand deals or assessing your show growth? And just how important is a social media following?

    In this conversation, Acast Chief Brand and Communications Officer, Lizzy Pollott will moderate a conversation with Acast Managing Director for the US, Tiffany Ashitey and Creator and Host of The Emma Guns Show, Emma Guns about the advertising, production, social media, and AI tools they have used to grow their podcast. They will also talk about the metrics for determining success, how to work with brands, the responsibilities of a hosting platform and podcast network, and more. Audiences will take away best practices for working with hosting platforms and podcast networks and will learn tangible ways to grow their revenue and audiences for their podcast.

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    The Podcast Marketing Clinic
    What's your podcast problem? Come and get a diagnosis at The Podcast Show...live! Join Arielle Nissenblatt, Podcast Marketing Strategist and Community Manager at Descript, for a podcast marketing clinic. Bring your specific podcast problem, share it with Arielle on stage, and then receive some rapid-fire advice on how to solve it.

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    EARBUDS

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    Building A Brand Around A Podcast
    Can influencers easily transition into becoming successful podcasters? What are the trials and tribulations they’ve faced, and what are the different ways to build a brand around a podcast?

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    The Art of the Deal: 5 Tips to Negotiate Smartly
    There’s no single blueprint for a “good” podcast deal, but there are ways to increase your chances of getting one.  Join us for a pragmatic discussion about leverage, how to approach tricky questions like IP ownership (spoiler alert: you can make a good deal without it) and how to plan for when things go wrong (or better yet, when they go well!)
23 May 2024
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    AI Tools for podcasting you should be using
    There are a wealth of ever-changing tools out there that can help you when you’re making your podcast; tools for making your audio better, for editing your audio quicker, making your show descriptions pop and promoting your show on social media. The Editor of Podnews, James Cridland, will demonstrate some of the latest tools on-stage, so you can see them working for yourself.

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    How to Create Immersive Podcasts in Dolby Atmos
    Learn how to draw audiences in closer by creating your podcast in Dolby Atmos, the leading spatial audio technology. Hear directly from Dolby experts on how to get started with one of the most popular audio editing tools, Avid ProTools, along with how to use ProTools’ new Dolby Atmos native renderer. Creators can use Dolby Atmos to fully capture their creative vision to bring listeners into the story, and now all you need is simply a laptop and a pair of headphones to get started.

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    "Presenter Tips from The Mainstream" hosted by Remel London
    Join Remel London and her special guest panel for the ultimate presenter tips for your next podcast episode. Get your notepads out for the best advice, guidance and first hand experience of the journey into the creative industry and more.
    Presented By: THE MAINSTREAM
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    Beyond the Headlines: Ethical Diving into True Crime Podcast Investigations
    It’s no surprise that True Crime is a special category in podcasting. This category explores social issues, provides educational value, enhances community engagement and there is, of course, an impact on criminal justice.

    This session will highlight two hosts of podcasts that have elevated the True Crime podcasting scene in the UK. We will find out where they started, their secrets to magnificent storytelling, and what the future of true crime UK podcasting looks like.

    Join these brilliant podcasters who are inspiring the next generation while showcasing impactful stories with empathy, grace, and power.

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    Ask Me Anything with MINT: Q&A on legal and business affairs in the audio sphere.
    An invitation to creators to bring their general questions around legal & business affairs in the audio sphere, to the consultants at Mint.
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    What Funding and Bursaries Are on Offer for New Young Podcast Creators?

    There are a wealth of educational opportunities for up and coming podcasters along with a range of sponsorships, scholarships and bursaries on offer across the industry.

    This session will explore some of these offers, and look at the different pathways and funding available to content creators.

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    CITY UNIVERSITY

     

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    Creator Stage 10 Tactics for Helping Users Discover Podcasts with Your Social Media Channels
    Jem Stone, Head of Social for BBC Radio and Sounds shares case studies, data and lessons in how the BBC has been introducing audiences to their portfolio of
    podcasts on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. What works, what doesn’t and how we’re thinking about what next.

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    Industry 101: Job Roles, Industry Insight and Jargon Busting

    Getting a job in the audio industry can seem like a maze. There isn’t really a blueprint for it like you might find for other career paths, and at times it can feel overwhelming having to demystify the world of audio. You might find yourself wondering 'what have I got myself into?' And you wouldn't be alone.

    In this panel discussion, Bea Duncan and Tess Davidson invite a range of speakers who are all working to make the industry a more welcoming and accessible place. Discover the different roles available across the audio industry, the different schemes to help you get experience, and all the myriad ways you can explore a career in sound, whatever that might look like to you.

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    +44 Presents the Black Podcast Creators Meet-Up
    +44 from Amazon Music as they bring Black British podcasters, listeners, and movers and shakers from across the industry in an “in conversation” and networking event.

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EXPLORE ALL STAGES AT THE SHOW

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The Origin Theatre

The Origin Theatre hosts a series of world-class content over two days, ranging from major industry keynotes, to sessions with the biggest names in the game.

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The Creator Stage

The Creator Stage hosted by Spreaker presents a programme of sessions dedicated to podcast creators, whether at the start of your podcasting journey or as an experienced operator.

Marketing, monetisation, myth busting, using AI tools, audio production, business tips and more.

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Ask the Experts

Ask The Experts in association with BetterHelp is where we hear from those at the forefront of technology and developments in the podcasting space. This intimate venue gives the opportunity to ‘ask the experts’ and gain valuable insights and understanding from brands who are pushing the boundaries.

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The Studio Stage

The all new Studio Stage, situated on the main show floor, will host multi track conversations about key topics from some of the biggest names and companies in podcasting.  

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Talking Podcasts - Business

Talking Podcasts - Business Stage, in association with Acast, is a space for big talks about the podcasting industry. Hear from renowned talent in front of and behind the mic.

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Talking Podcasts - Creator

Talking Podcasts - Creator Stage, presents a schedule packed with all of the conversations and pro tips for creators from the brightest minds across the whole industry. 

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The Amplify Theatre

The Amplify Theatre is one of The Podcast Show's largest capacity talk spaces hosting sessions for creators and industry from top podcasting executives and talent and covering key topics from commissioning and growth to politics and global conversations.

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Brand Works Stage

The Brand Works Stage, presented by Global in association with IABUK, is where brands and advertisers come together with the rest of the podcasting industry.

An area to cultivate meaningful conversations, discuss the opportunities and benefits of branded content in podcasting and ultimately set up future business. Throughout the day, programmed around key networking moments, were talks from brands who have already committed to the podcasting space and those trusted production companies who are creatively driving the content.

Alongside this are inspirational case studies and data driven discussion about this area of huge potential growth for brands.

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