Aug 6, 2015
Movement is the world's largest podcasting conference. I just
returned from Podcast Movement and on this episode, I give you the
good, the bad, and the ugly of what happened. If you're thinking
about attending Podcast Movement or want to find out what
you really missed, listen up.
- Was Podcast Movement better than NMX this year?
- The downside of having an event
Dallas Ft. Worth
- How to get a cheap
ride from the airport
- Was the venue for Podcast Movement any good?
- Want to do your own event? What you need to know about
- NMX had some problems that Podcast Movement didn't...
- Vegetarian? Trying to eat healthy? What you need to know about
- Possibly the best thing Podcast Movement did
this year (NMX completely ignored this)
- A great way to start your live event
- The Academy of Podcasters Awards -- worth it?
- Speaking to a big room? A potential problem you should know
about (and how to handle it)
- A speaking lesson from Pat Flynn
- Where the magic happens
- A "problem" Podcast Movement had last year
that wasn't an issue this year
- 3 types of people at Podcast Movement -- Which one are
- The similarity between some Podcast Movement attendees and
13-year-old girls at a Taylor Swift concert
- My suggestions for Podcast Movement (and you, if
you do a conference or other live event)
- Never do this if you're hosting a networking event. Never.
- The 3 types of sessions at Podcast Movement
- Stuff white guys like
- The very best presentation at Podcast Movement (and what made
it this way)
- Why you should always play your game (and
examples of people who are successfully doing it)
- The downside of panel discussions
- Was I in the wrong room?
- Why I was sorry Glenn Beck canceled (even though I can't
stand his politics)
- Do the people at NPR understand podcasting (and
- When you see somebody you already know...
- An upside (and one downside) to Podcast Movement 2016
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