Podcast Movement Sessions

Podcast Movement Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions is the official podcast of the world's largest podcaster conference, Podcast Movement. Sessions is a journey through some of the most fascinating sessions, speakers, and personalities that have taken the stage at events in years past, and conversations with the people involved. Past speakers include Sarah Koenig of Serial, Marc Maron of WTF, Aaron Mahnke of Lore, Anna Sale of Death, Sex and Money and many more. Season Three of the Podcast Movement Sessions is hosted by Bill Nowicki, and proudly sponsored by Omny Studio.... Show More

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January 10, 2020 30 min

As season four comes to a close, we're looking ahead at how podcasting continues to evolve. Award winning content creators discuss their perspective on the growth of podcasting, what that means for the industry side of things, and how the expanding audience base provides more opportunity for diverse voices to find and engage with listeners.

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January 3, 2020 28 min

In season four's penultimate episode, we'll discuss how Queer Culture has turned to podcasting as a means of telling unique and diverse stories to a global audience. Decorated creators discuss content strategies in the podcast space and how they utilize the intimacy of the audio medium to spread meaningful messages to their growing numbers of listeners.

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December 27, 2019 29 min

As the podcast landscape continues to evolve, traditionally underrepresented communities are utilizing the space to bring their voices to the mainstream. On the Society, Culture, and Advocacy stage at Podcast Movement, content creators discussed the growing diversity in the space and how we can do our part to empower marginalized voices in podcasting.

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December 20, 2019 28 min

How to create meaningful podcast content empathetically. In conversations recorded on-stage and backstage at Podcast Movement, we're taking a closer look at how podcasters utilize the power of empathy in creation of award winning podcasts and how empathy can help to connect with both audience and guests alike.

We'll spotlight Maribel Quezada Smith's ... Read more

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December 13, 2019 31 min

Audio narrative how-to from heavy hitters in one of podcasting's most popular genres: True Crime. How they crafted award winning audio narrative podcasts including In The Dark, Accused, Read more

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December 6, 2019 26 min

For episode three of the season, we're taking a long look at the power of the Podcasting Community. This communal idea, that we have the power to lift up the medium together, bubbled over in many of the interviews we conducted at PM19...so we’re dedicating an entire episode to discovering just how creators have embraced this connection.

We'll hear from creators about some of the amazing interaction they experience... Read more

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November 29, 2019 29 min

Season four of PMS continues with episode two where host Ted Woods spends some time with the Badass Women of PM19!! Podcasting has grown into a fertile space for women to have their voices be heard and our Society, Culture, and Advocacy track featured several incredible panels led by and featuring women making a difference in this emerging medium.

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November 29, 2019 32 min

Welcome to season four of Podcast Movement Sessions! This time around we're focusing on PM19's Society, Culture, and Advocacy track and for our season premier we're taking a look more specifically at how creators have turned to the podcasting medium as a means of advocating for societal change.

We'll speak with PM co-founders Jared Easley and Dan Franks about podcasting's low barrier of entry and how t... Read more

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We're just one week away from the season four premier of Podcast Movement Sessions! This season we're taking an in-depth look at the Society, Culture, and Advocacy track at PM19...through conversations conducted on-site in Orlando by host Ted Woods and audio pulled directly from the Podcast Movement stage, we’re touching on the issues that are affecting the commu... Read more

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Have you missed us? We've certainly missed you! I we can't wait to share everything we recorded in Orlando at Podcast Movement 2019...the show is evolving in our fourth season; this is simply a teaser to let you know we're coming back on Black Friday (November 29th)...be on the lookout for a full trailer for our new season next Friday (November 22nd)!!

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January 14, 2019 20 min

Dave Jackson started out in 2005 as Jammi' Dave Jackson (since his name was so common) and kept trying to find a way to gain listeners and produce great content. 

He accomplished both. 

This year he was inducted in the Podcast Hall of Fame and he shares why he does what he does and how you too can.

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Shannon Cason is no stranger to the stage. He started rapping in Detroit and has enjoyed performing in front of crowds ever since . Now he performs in front of hundreds and is a Moth grand slam winner and can be heard on several podcasts including The Trouble on WBEZ as well as his own podcast, Homemade Stories.

 

Matt Marr grew up in Southern Oklahoma and has been called the Gay White Oprah. He has a masters in cl... Read more

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Podcasting and Podcast Movement has changed Allison Melody's life. She's built incredible relationships, traveled and created systems that allow her to concentrate on the important, creative things that she loves.

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Yaun came to Podcast Movement from Finland, but he isn’t Finnish. He is actually from Switzerland, the Italian speaking part of that country. So when you hear his voice, it might throw you off. 

 

Yann’s podcast journey started in 2013 when he took a break from music and listened to a podcast instead. 

 

Started his first podcast, the jazz spotlight podcast, in 2014 and then realized he was getting mo... Read more

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Lillian Karabaic left conservative Cincinati as soon as she could and went out west to Portland, Oregon. After working in a commune and 39 other jobs, she found that helping folks with their taxes was something she could do and enjoyed.

Now she writes books, performs as a speaker and as an on-air radio personality.

As Podcast Movement she dressed as Ziggy Stardust and proceeded to kick ass.

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October 25, 2018 10 min

Alexis Parris followed the rules. She danced, studied and did all the traditional things. Then when she was in college she started reading books about entrepenuership and decided to quit, her sophomore year.

This is Alexis's first time at Podcast Movement she is enjoying it a whole lot. She got to speak and share her inspriational journey with a large crowd in attendance. 

Now she is on her own and living in At... Read more

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Adriana Flores-Ragade didn't know English when she came to the US at the tender age of 12. Just one year later however, she was taking main stream classes.

Driven is a good word to describe Adriana.

She suceeded in school and she made it her life's work to give back to the community. She worked in education and the American Red Cross, listening to loved ones' stories who were giving their DNA to identif... Read more

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Kevin Y Brown had a teacher problem in high school. The teacher refused to give him an A because he slept in class. When the principal had him sit in her office, she challenged him to change his life -- which he did.

Now Kevin is an entrepenuer, motivational speaker and podcaster and this was his first podcast movement conference. The interview was on the first day, but Kevin follows up after the conference with his impre... Read more

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Edel's mum has a picture of her with ear phones on listening to the radio from age 5. Growing up in Clane, Ireland of modest means, she knew that radio was not a sensible choice -- or was it?

Edel and Bill met in 2015 at Podcast Movement in Fort Worth, Texas. A conference her company did not pay for, but looking back, had a profound affect on her future career. Edel has some advice for future podcasters you won't ... Read more

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I create daily podcast was the brain child of a mother and daughter duo. They focus on content and resources that help creators turn their passion into profit by building an entrepreneurial business around their artistic, creative and inventive ideas.

LeAura and Devani Alderson’s own creative journey starts with Devani’s adoption, LeAura’s decisions on her education, the transition to homeschooling, and developing into en... Read more

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