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Top Five Podcast Events That You Should Attend In 2021

 

Podcast events are a wonderful way to learn new things about podcasting, meet other people who share the same passion, and could also become a source to promote your podcast. Now, in response to the growth of the podcast business, bigger companies are paying more attention. Podcast gatherings could may occur anywhere, from a small meeting in a coffee shop to a multi-day conference that takes over whole convention halls and hotels. Whether you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert, a hobbyist doing something for the fun of it, or an entrepreneur developing a brand, there is always something new to learn in these kind of podcast events.

   The Benefits of Podcast Events:

The advantages of in-person socializing have been realized via podcast events in the past but at the expense of travel. All of this was dramatically altered by the pandemic of 2019, both for the better and for the worst. Some events have been postponed at a later date. Others shifted their focus to online spaces. It was decided to use a hybrid approach for Radiodays Europe, mixing in-person and online activities. Festivals such as women’s podcast festival, Melbourne podcast festival, gimlet podcast festival, and outlier podcast festival Los Angeles did not happen at all after the pandemic.

 True, 2021 will soon be over. and we might lose out on one-on-one discussions that help us develop our connections with others.  However, there is still plenty left, and there are many podcast events scheduled for late 2021, which are stated below.

 

   Independent Podcast Conference (September 11, 2021)

Place: Swedesboro, New Jersey

The Independent Podcast Conference is a gathering of independent podcasters organized by and for independent podcasters. Also new this year, the Independent Podcast Conference is new, replacing the Mid-Atlantic Podcast Conference, formerly held in Baltimore.

And this first-ever event promises to be one that should not be missed. If you’re an independent podcaster, you’ll want to make sure that your name appears on the list of those who will be there. As part of a small group setting, you will learn from people who have walked the same road you are currently on, allowing you to gather as much information as possible.

 

   She Podcasts Live 2021 (October 14-17, 2021)

Place: Scottsdale, Arizona

The She Podcast Live crew had to make the difficult but essential choice to postpone their annual event last year because the number of COVID-19 cases in Arizona had increased significantly as the date of their event approached. However, they are looking forward to once again presenting the world’s biggest in-person meeting of women and non-binary podcasters, audio content producers, storytellers, and other creative professionals.

She Podcasts Live provides a unique opportunity for women, audio creators, to learn about their craft and connect with other women in an atmosphere designed just for them. They’ve built a lively, flourishing community via their Facebook group, and this live event offers their members the chance to meet in person for the first time. Both the conferences and the online community provide a safe place for women to ask questions and learn and develop from one another. It is a very empowering atmosphere for women who work in the audio production industry. This year’s schedule includes six distinct conference tracks, ensuring that there is something for everyone, no matter where they are in their podcasting journey.

 

  International Podcast Day (September 30, 2021)

Place: Virtual Event

The International Podcast Day celebration will take place on September 30 every year, bringing together podcasters and podcast fans from all around the globe to honor the art of podcasting.

National Podcast Day was first observed in 2014, and it was marked with 6 hours of podcast broadcasting. Each passing year has seen it increase in vigor. However, the influence of podcasting was much too great to be contained inside a single national day, and so, in 2015, with a little rebranding magic, the first official International Podcast Day was celebrated. The primary goal of the day is to recognize and celebrate the power of podcasts. Hundreds of hours of audio have been aired in honor of the day by podcasters from over 70 nations, representing every corner of the world, since the first event.

There have been no official announcements about this year’s event, but you may visit the website to see all of the fun that was had during the 2020 celebration. Then make a note of September 30 on your calendar this year to ensure that you don’t miss out on anything!

 

   Podfest 2021 (November 10-14, 2021)

Place: Orlando, Florida

In case you’ve wished for an in-person podcast event, this year’s in-person Podfest will be just the thing for you! Like previous virtual events, the aim is to bring as many people from the podcast industry together as possible, to allow and encourage them to exchange information and learn from one another while also growing their careers. A popular feature of this hub is that it is a gathering place for enthusiastic podcasters who like the audio and video mediums and are motivated to utilize these platforms to convey their message and make their voices heard.

Because this is their first real, in-person event since the beginning of the epidemic, you can be sure that the crew is working overtime to make this the greatest Podcast ever. And to demonstrate this, they promise to provide you the most up-to-date information on everything podcasting and new media. You can personalize your daily schedule, ensuring that you get all of the information you need for your show. Check out their website for additional information on all of the incredible tracks that are available, and get started on your Podfest planning right now!

 

   Radiodays Europe (October 9-11, 2021)

Place: Lisbon, Portugal, and Online

Radiodays Europe was founded in 2010 in response to the desire of the European industry, both public and commercial, to get together and address the new media issues that were arising across borders in that period. Since then, it has evolved to become the most significant annual conference for radio professionals, attracting over 1500 attendees from 62 different nations each year. It serves as a focal point for the European radio sector, both private and public, and a destination for radio professionals from all over the globe to come together.

Conclusion

Podcasting is often a solitary activity, and it may be isolating at times. You may feel alienated or out of touch with everything in the industry around the world, especially in light of everything that has occurred over the last two years. Indeed, podcasting events are becoming an increasingly important component of the podcaster’s schedule – maybe now more than ever! They are an excellent way to establish and develop relationships, get inspiration, and just be a part of all that is going on in the podcasting industry all around the globe.

So, whether you can attend in person or through a virtual ticket, podcast events are a fantastic way to stay connected with people in the business while also learning and developing from the Industry top’s experts  and thought leaders. So note those dates on your calendars and prepare to see a significant increase in the number of podcasts.

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