Heading to Podcast Movement 2018 with Imagine Otherwise!

Heading to Podcast Movement 2018 with Imagine Otherwise!

July 10, 2018
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I’m taking Ideas on Fire and the Imagine Otherwise podcast to Podcast Movement 2018! This year’s conference is coming to my city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and I’m excited to meet up with other podcasters, fans, podcast industry rockstars, and folks curious about the whole podcasting process.

If you’re headed to Philly (or already here), come say hi!

What is Podcast Movement?

The goal of Podcast Movement is to bring together and educate active and aspiring podcasters, and to grow the podcast community and industry as a whole. Podcast Movement does this through educational and informative breakout sessions and panels spread across six tracks, enlightening and encouraging keynote presentations, and fun networking events and parties.

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