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The Portland Podcast Cooperative & Bigfoot Podcast Network hosted Portland’s first Podcast Unconference (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference) revolving around the theme of podcasting. This is the second one that attendees wanted, along with people that couldn't get tickets to the first one, because it sold out.
Saturday April 22nd, 9:00am-4:00pm
Early Bird Tickets Limited to the first 50 people at $15
Early Bird Tickets: $15
Regular Tickets: $35 starting April 10th, or when the first 50 early bird tickets are sold, whichever comes first
Day of Event Tickets: (at the door): $50
What you don’t need is another presentation, books, or itineraries planned months ahead of time. Instead, what we all really seek when coming to an event is personal value. The best and most meaningful memories come from when we walk away with thought provoking discussions, new relationships, and those do not happen while sitting in lecture. They happen in the discussions that go on amongst the attendees.
The goal of this unconference (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference) is to bring forth the brightest minds in the community that feel strongly around the topic of podcasting in its many versions. Then from there, to open a new doorway for opportunities to connect and learn, all while having fun and making it what you want it to be.
Megan O'Leary the Director of Member Services from OEN is going to facilitate the whole unconference event. A great experienced facilitator makes the event, so prepare yourself for a wonderful time.
9:30-10:00am Overview and group agenda setting
10:00-10:45am Session 1
10:45am-11:30pm Session 2
11:30pm-12:15pm Session 3
1:00pm-1:45pm Session 4
1:45pm-2:30pm Session 5
2:30pm-3:00pm Closing remarks
Lunch is included. Capiche.
So, what exactly is an ‘Unconference (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference)?’
Think of this as an open conference that is driven by its participants. Unlike traditional conferences, an unconference (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference) allows for flexibility, open discussion, and debate, all fueled by its attendees. Innovative conversations with some of the brightest people, important purposes and tasks discussed without any formal agenda, and unplanned dialogue led by ultimately what peaks your interest most.
This is your chance to learn from others, seek out answers, and openly ask questions to what matters most to you.
Come to build a collaborative network, establish partnerships, and be in a close community of people that value the same or similar topics of discussion.
Open your awareness to new ideas for yourself or your business.
Be exposed to new trends, latest issues, new projects, emerging businesses and tools..
Unconferences (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference) are proven to be highly productive for whatever issues people feel most strongly about. EXPECT fascinating questions, surprising results, inspiring quotes of laughter, and hard work.
How Does it Work?
Simple, we provide the theme — podcasting. When you arrive, we will kick off with an ice-breaker, introduce everyone, then break off into building the day's agenda around your needs, interests, and areas of expertise.
The sessions will be broken up into 45-minute discussions and spaces are reserved for gatherings that happen throughout the day.
Who should attend?
If you took the time to read through all of this, then YOU! The event is open to anyone with an interest in the topic. The goal is to bring a diverse mix of individuals and professionals from all industries and stages of their podcast. Whether you’re a podcast producer, podcast talent, CEO, a startup founder, possible podcast maker with a new idea, or simply just have interest in the topic of podcasting, we welcome you to join us.
All NedSpace events have a Code of Conduct (http://nedspace.com/img/NedSpaceCodeofConductv1.2.pdf) which all participants, members, partners, visitors, vendors, guests must abide by.
- OEN Director of Membership Services, as Director of Membership Services, Megan manages recruitment, retention and educational programming for OEN’s statewide network. She is focused on providing an excellent and beneficial experience for members, connecting them to resources and building a strong and thriving community.
Megan has over 13 years of professional experience which began as an AmeriCorps Member with the education organization City Year. This began 10 years in the education space where she developed programs, managed staff, trained volunteers, raised money and executed special events. In 2011, she was selected to lead the start-up of City Year’s 22nd U.S. location in Sacramento and successfully opened the doors in 6 months. Megan came to Oregon in 2013 where she most recently was leading Community Affairs for global nonprofit Idealist.org’s Portland office. Megan holds a BA from The University of Arizona and is a proud member of her alma mater’s Wildcat for Life Alumni Leadership Council. She currently serves as Board Chair for YNPN Portland.