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ShoutOut Network is pleased to announce the second annual ShoutOut Live! Festival taking place this July at Kings Place. This year’s theme will revolve around the empowerment of female podcasting talent. Hosting some of the UK’s finest radical female voices, the festival will create a space to celebrate podcasting and its power to highlight the intersectional experiences of all women.
Join us for this one-day event, featuring captivating live shows, insightful panel discussions, informative workshops and networking; designed to empower a generation of female content curators, and share your thoughts with us using #ContentIsQueen and #SoLiveFest18.
Full Day passes and Evening Only are available for the festival, click here for an Evening Only pass.
Please be aware, the Full Day pass allows you entry to the evening events.
Events included in the Full Day Pass (All Day Events)
Unleash the Power of Storytelling in Your Podcast (lead by Maeve McClenaghan)
Choosing Yourself (with The Slumflower)
Social Media Strategy for Creatives (lead by Chasity Nao)
Prep Your Pod: How To Get Your Podcast Sponsor-Ready (lead by Sophie Herdman, Acast)
Content is Queen! Developing the Next Generation of Female Podcasters
(with Fiona Sturges, Anna Doble, Cariad Lloyd, Chrystal Genesis & Elizabeth Campbell)
Finding Your Voice – Exploring Podcasting as a Branding Tool
(with Anita Rani, Julianne Ponan, Iszi Lawrence, Kat Molesworth & Annika Allen)
LIVE PODCASTS AND EVENTS:
Wanna Be Podcast Live
Wanna Be is the podcast that takes brand builders and high-achievers from where they are now to where they ‘Wanna Be’ in 30 minutes or less. In this special live recording, Imrie will be joined by writer and podcaster Bethany Rutter. Bethany is the co-host of Plus+, and the co-host of the What Page Are You On? podcast. We’ll be helping you find your voice in a crowded space, accepting yourself when society doesn’t want you too and finding a home for your many interests.
Panel Discussion: What We Wish We Knew Before We Started
Sadia Azmat and Monty Onanuga riff on what they’ve learned from Season 1 of their hit BBC podcast No Country for Young Women. Joined by a couple of podcast pros, they’ll talk creative differences, finding your voice, engaging your audience, and what it’s really like working with the BBC.
Not Another Book Podcast Live
Not Another Book Podcast is thrilled to be in conversation with the indomitable Diana Evans, author of the critically acclaimed new book Ordinary People. It promises to be a fun, informative discussion on getting published without losing your ‘voice’, being inspired and developing the discipline to write, and most importantly, we’ll be exploring her inspiration for writing Ordinary People, and the themes in the book. Come through and getcho life!