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.
Sandy Hudson and Nora Loreto’s podcast is required listening. Every week they talk politics, radical social change, what's currently wrong with the Left and what must happen to make it right. In this event, the co-hosts will discuss the outcome of the American presidential election, its impact on Canada, and where we all go next.
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.
Can podcasts make money? Do you have to sign up with a big network, or can you do it on your own? Lauren Bercovitch and Chris Kelly host a workshop looking at different ways to monetize your podcast, and demonstrate that making money from your podcast doesn’t have to be hard.
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?
British Columbia podcasters are given the opportunity to get feedback on their best podcast show pitch from Executive Producers at some of the biggest podcast networks around, including CBC Podcasts, TELUS STORYHIVE, Antica Productions, Canadaland, and Indian & Cowboy Podcast Network.
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
VanPodFest gathers a group of high-level producers to talk about the challenges of producing podcasts virtually. What are their best practices? What kind of studio setup do they recommend at home? How do you get a good performance from your hosts? Find out how to produce a studio-quality podcast in the comfort of your own home.
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.