SEE WHAT WE'RE PLANNING FOR CONFERENCE 2020

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MOTOR CITY WOMAN STUDIOS PRESENTS

WHO OWNS YOUR CONTENT?

Robin Kinnie, Founder of Motor City Woman Studios, teams up with legal expert, Eric Williams, PLLC to share common mistakes and best practices for making sure you own your intellectual property.

 

AUDIO WAVE NETWORK PRESENTS

MONETIZING YOUR PODCAST

Jonathan Galloway (JG), Executive Producer at Audio Wave Network, breaks down his master formula for turning your favorite hobby into reliable income. 

BUILD PODCASTING INTO YOUR BRAND

A panel of experts talk branded podcasting:

Integrating podcasting into your marketing

and engagement strategy. The panel is moderated by Anne Doyle of POWERING UP! with a live Q&A to follow. 

Homemade Media 

Michigan Podcast

Productions

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TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS OF A

SELF-MADE PODCASTER

Ever wish you didn't have to learn how to podcast the hard way? Instead learn from the mistakes of Gabrielle Marie, creator and host of G Marie Taught Me. From finding your niche to promoting your brand, she'll share major keys from her self-taught journey.

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VOICE ART DETROIT PRESENTS

THE VOICE ART MIXER

Narrators, show hosts and voice artists: gather and co-create with other voice artists in the virtual space. Attendees will do what so many of us are missing these days: meet new people with this shared skill and practice some fun VO techniques while they're at it.

STORYSCAPING 101

Take your story to the next level

Whether it's poetry, podcasting, or live events, the key to creating a compelling performance lies in storytelling and mastery of one's own narrative. Emmy Award-winning Tariq Luthun shares what makes or breaks a good narrative and helps you distill the experiences you have to share. 

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WDET STORYMAKERS PRESENTS

NPR STORY LAB

Michael May from NPR's Story Lab hosts a feedback session for new storytellers and podcasters to share and workshop their project ideas. The session includes a Q & A and will be inspired by NPR's Project Blueprint.

MICHIGAN RADIO PRESENTS

THE ILLUSION OF BEING EFFORTLESS

Same Same Different host Bryce Huffman and production team Sarah Hulett and Jennifer Guerra share the tireless planning behind creating the illusion of effortless conversation.

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WDET STORYMAKERS PRESENTS

BEYOND AUDIO

Multimedia Collaboration during COVID-19

Artists and producers from WDET's StoryMakers will present on the challenges to multimedia collaboration during COVID-19, using the COVID Diaries project as a lens to discuss solutions. This is a panel of dynamic, Detroit-based creators, moderated by WDET's David Leins

 Featuring the creators of COVID Diaries:

BUILDING A TOP 125 RANKING PODCAST

There are over 500,000 podcasts on Apple Podcasts -- Imagine ranking in the top 125. Learn how to rank in Apple Podcasts and attract more listeners. Laura Khalil hosts the podcast, "Brave by Design," which hit #112 in Apple Podcasts Career section in its third month. She'll share how to determine your rank, what improves rank and how to make your show more attractive to listeners.

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MICHIGAN RADIO PRESENTS

KIDS THESE DAYS

How to make a podcast for and by teens

Workshop youth-centered story ideas + remote podcasting techniques, with inspiration from clips of Kids These Days and a panel of youth reporters. 

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MICHIGAN PODCAST PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

PODCAST MAKEOVER

Broadcast Professionals Aircheck a Podcast Live​

A panel of podcasting and broadcasting professionals --  including Seth Resler, co-host of The D-Brief Podcast and co-founder of Michigan Podcast Productions -- will critique an up-and-coming podcast in real-time. Hear constructive criticism from industry pros.

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THE DETROIT HISTORY PODCAST PRESENTS

MINING THE PAST FOR AUDIO

The further you go back in history, the more difficult it is to find the audio you want. What do you do? The Detroit History Podcast producers explain how they manage the problem. What nooks and crannies can be explored? And why have podcasts created a resurgence in historical interest? 

SHURE PRESENTS

GETTING GREAT AUDIO

If you're trying to record in this pandemic with the rest of us, you've probably been in a Zoom call or ten lately. So you know the sound quality is not great, unless you've got some special equipment. Laura Davidson of Shure shares some basic tips on getting great audio, whether you're live streaming or pre-recording, on Zoom, Facebook or elsewhere.

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BRIDGE DETROIT PRESENTS

BEYOND THE HEADLINES

Leveraging podcasting to advance social justice movements

Our featured panel on driving beyond the headlines (of elections, #blacklivesmatter, COVID-19 and more) to help listeners make broader inferences about how today's issues shape our society and our world. This panel is hosted by Orlando Bailey of Bridge Detroit and Authentically Detroit podcast.

 Featuring:

Donna Givens

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HOW TO SURVIVE

THE END OF THE WORLD

Join the Brown sisters as they speak to Amanda Alexander of Detroit Justice Center and PG Watkins of BYP 100 about transforming our justice system and how the apocalypse that is 2020 has impacted their work.

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THE SOCIAL CLUB GROOMING CO PRESENTS

SHOP TALK WITH NORRIS HOWARD

Norris Howard is the host of the nationally syndicated esports podcast, CheckpointXP. Join as he talks with The Social Club founder Sebastian Jackson about how he took his love for esports from a hobby to profitable content.  

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CLAIMING SPACE FOR BLACK PODCASTERS

Black people are stepping up to the mic and connecting with podcast audiences. Many more are eyeing that mic, ready to go, just needing a little extra something to make the leap. What do black creators need to really make it in podcasting? Where are the opportunities, where do we need more, and how do we make them?

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WDET STORYMAKERS PRESENTS

LET'S TALK ABOUT FOOD

Detroit podcasts for the culinarily curious

What can food tell us about our culture and history? A panel of food podcasters from the region who talk about how food connects us and why creating a podcast helps us discover and experience food in Detroit. The panel features WDET’s Ann Delisi of Essential Cooking, Juan Diego Ramirez of Racist Sandwich and Serena Maria Daniels of Tostada Magazine. The conversation will be moderated by Dorothy Hernandez of Model D Media.

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