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This year ShoutOut Network is pleased to announce the third annual ShoutOut Live Festival: Content is Queen. This year’s theme focuses on developing the next generation of podcaster (#GenerationPodcast). Hosting some of the UK’s finest female voices, the festival will create a space to celebrate podcasting and its power to highlight the intersectional experiences of all women in the UK’s broadcasting industry. It’s the UK’s first and only women’s podcast festival, taking place on Saturday 18th May at Kings Place.
Industry Overview: What’s Pushing Podcasting Forward?
Show Me The Money! The Ultimate Guide to Funding Your Podcast
Lightning Talks: How Did She Do It? The Secret Sauce Behind My Podcast Success
The Triple Cripples podcast
Podcast Accelerator Workshop*
11.45am How to Find Your Voice (Mic Training)
2pm How To Find Your Audience
4pm How To Launch A Successful Podcast
10.30am Gripped! Simple Storytelling Techniques
2pm Follow The Story- Audio Journalism Best Practice
4pm How To Script An Audio Drama
11.45am Creating Proposals For Podcast Commissions
4pm Develop Your Idea Into A Serialised Podcast
*Workshop ticket holders can access talks subject to availability
Refund policy: Some sessions will be very popular so if you can’t make it we have enabled a 7-day refund policy and which means your ticket will be released to someone on the waiting list.
This festival is officially a part of Radio Audio Week.
This is an inclusive event, all genders are welcome to attend. Mothers are welcome to bring babies with them. The venue is wheelchair accessible. Kings Place is suitable for wheelchair users. If you have mobility issues, please do email email@example.com with your needs so we can best accommodate you.
If you’re from a production company, a corporation or broadcaster please secure a corporation ticket. Tickets are priced for the affordability of the intended audience for this event. We ask that you don’t take up an affordable ticket if you’re coming from a large organisation as that means one less space for those that need it the most.