A knowledge mobilization podcast. Amplifying ideas that are flying below the radar. This podcast talks about environmental and social justice, arts, culture, community-building and urban issues with featured guests.
For the first time in 2019, the Vancouver Podcast Festival will include a PodFair industry event. This convention-style trade fair will feature table displays and offer local, national, and international organizations working in podcasting and other media the opportunity to meet one another and Vancouver podcast creators.
With stories about big-money podcast deals flooding the news, it's easy to lose sight of the podcasting's DIY roots. But podcasting is still an accessible medium, with room for new creators and new networks.
You’ve got a podcast ready to go, but how do you deliver it to your audience? From RSS feeds and analytics to networking and promotion, we ask a panel of experts to tell us what podcasters need to do to get their work into the ears of listeners.
PolitiCoast is a politics podcast from the West Coast that covers Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian and some international politics from a BC lens. This live show will be focused on a post-federal election analysis.
Despite its growth, podcasting continues to struggle with diversity; often women, people of colour, LGBTQ2S and non-binary people do not see themselves represented as podcasters. Featuring a panel of diverse podcasters in Vancouver who are making the medium their own this session will discuss the role women and non-binary people are playing in transforming this emerging medium.
Sensitive people are all around you: taking in information, feeling deeply, and honing in on the energies of others. In this episode, Nic and Lala open up about emotional and physical sensitivity and explore how an achilles heel can become a powerful resource.
Jeff Porter and Daniel Chai from The Fear of Science and Mo Amir from This is VANCOLOUR will be talking with comedian Katie-Ellen Humphries about what scares people about the city of Vancouver. We will attempt to pick apart why people call Vancouver "No Fun City" and why people are hesitant to move or stay in the city.
Greek and Roman myths, the classics and the lesser-known, are retold by a feminist millennial who is both obsessed with the stories, and eager to point out the more problematic aspects. The myths are told in a casual, contemporary, and blunt way by the very passionate, and at times rant-y, myth obsessed Liv.
Join the Vancouver Podcast Brunch Club chapter for a special listener meetup hosted by Podyssey Podcasts for the 2019 Vancouver Podcast Festival. The Podcast Brunch Club (PBC) is like a book club, but for podcasts, with over 60+ chapters around the world.
Join hosts Hannah McGregor (Witch, Please; Secret Feminist Agenda) and Andrea Warner (Pop Chat; Pop This!) for a lively and interactive happy hour meet-up. Share your own podcasts, chat with like-minded folks in break-out rooms, or just watch your delightful hosts virtually toast each other.
Are you a hardcore podcast listener or someone who is looking to expand their world through podcasts? Join other podcast enthusiasts at this special edition of Vancouver’s gathering of the international Podcast Brunch Club.
Many current events podcasts are structured with narrative framework in mind, and employ strategies used by fiction podcasts to tell real life stories. How do they pull it off? What roadblocks arise? And when do the lines of journalism become blurred?
In this free workshop, Ryan McMahon invites you into the world of podcasting through a high-level workshop experience while making stops at the industry, listener and publishing levels of podcasting. Presented by Salmon Nation in Partnership with the Vancouver Podcast Festival
Join a group podcasters working at the intersections of libraries, archives, activism, and community organizing to discuss why podcasting is the perfect medium to democratize access to information and politicize how we share knowledge.