Why are subscriptions so divisive? Hear from industry leaders who are changing the subscription rules, building diverse businesses and growing highly engaged communities. Come join the debate with Glenn Miller (CAA), Alice Sandelson (Tortoise Media), Jake Chudnow (Podimo) and James Carson (History Hit).
Join us for an insightful conversation with two Patreon podcasters on the power of paid membership and how it is the most accessible, effective way to develop a recurring revenue stream for podcasters.
This panel hosted by Audible UK will talk to storytelling and sound design experts who have made the move to this exciting area to diversify their business, grow IP, and push the medium and the wider entertainment industry forward.
Podcasts are becoming ever more popular and many podcasters will want to include music into their creations. Such music will, however, need to be licensed and usage reports be sent to the relevant licensors — bringing some complexity to the process of creating podcasts. But there are also opportunities for musicians and podcasters alike.
From idea to BBC Sounds podcast in less than 48 hours, hosts Victoria Derbyshire and Gabriel Gatehouse with Jonathan Aspinwall (Senior News Editor) share a behind-the-scenes reveal of this BBC News production exploring the fast-moving conflict.
Reporter and Host Gabriel Gatehouse and Daniel Clarke (Factual Commissioning Editor, Radio 4) share their journey to explore the dark undergrowth of modern America and discuss the power of podcasting in investigative journalism.
Description: Generation Z (or Gen Z) undeniably has the loudest voice and greatest influence on social media. With an average of 8 seconds for an attention span, first impressions matter when it comes to marketing towards these ever-fickle digital natives.