Greetings PM Family,
The Podcast Movement team is grateful to our community for supporting PM21 this past week in Nashville, TN, and virtually worldwide. We appreciate your help to make this one of the most memorable events that we have ever produced.
Our goal with this week's short newsletter is to share with you the epic recap video from the event, articles about PM21, a reminder that discounted prices for the PM21 Virtual ticket are still available until this Friday at midnight. We encourage you to take advantage of this offer! Finally, we will close out with a reminder of the new Podcast Movement original series – The Pod Lab!
PM21 Recap Video
Special thanks to Matt and Alyssa Peet for this amazing recap video from PM21. You've got to check it out!
Several articles and podcasts will be available in the following weeks discussing last week's event in Nashville. However, here are a few articles for you to check out in the meantime:
What It's Like to Return to An In-Person Conference – by Seth Resler of Jacobs Media
Podcast Movement 2021: 3 Takeaways for Independent Podcasters – by Jenna Spinelle
Podcast Movement 2021: 10 Lessons To Extend Your Audio Marketing Reach – by Heidi Cohen
It's Not Too Late to Get a Discount on the PM21 Virtual Ticket
The Virtual Ticket has all of the sessions from PM21. It is available at a discounted price until this Friday evening at midnight. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity!
CURRENT DISCOUNT ENDS IN:
The Pod Lab Podcast is Now Available!
The Pod Lab is a Podcast Movement original series hosted by Doug Fraser, producer and host of the NPR podcast What We Do. Each week, he dives into actionable lessons tailored to creators looking to improve.
The Pod Lab is all about giving podcasters the tools they need to execute their best ideas. In 10 minutes, you can learn how to choose better music, solidify narrative structure or replicate that thing you heard on your favorite show by asking them any question and a chance of being featured in an upcoming episode!
Listener feedback is a key part of what makes this project special. Doug is interested in what podcasters want to know and will be collecting answers from the experts. From sound design layering to faster editing, no creation topic is off the table. So check out the current episodes, stay curious, and visit the Lab next week.
Podcast Movement thanks you again for your generosity and cooperation in helping pull off this incredible experience last week in Nashville. We look forward to creating more memories and epic events with your help in the future.
Team Podcast Movement
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