In-person conferences can be expensive. In addition to the ticket, there’s also travel, hotels, and food. For freelance podcast editors, that can be a pretty big expense.
And now, with more concern about travel, we have to ask ourselves if it’s worth it.
Of course, we can’t answer that for you, but we did talk with Steve Stewart and Mark Deal of the Podcast Editors Club and Podcast Editor Academy about why it’s worth it for them…and a few things we’d like to see tweaked.
Listen to Discover
- The value we see in in-person conferences.
- Some hacks for getting out of our own way.
- Why the second conference is often better than the first.
- The value of volunteering.
- Some things we’d like to see tweaked.
- What we’d like to share with Jared and Dan of Podcast Movement.
Links & Resources
This episode of the Podcast Editors Mastermind was edited by Bryan Entzminger of Top Tier Audio.
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- Jennifer Longworth | Bourbon Barrel Podcasting
- Carrie Caulfield Arick | YaYa Podcasting
- Bryan Entzminger | Top Tier Audio
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