The Radio Academy is delighted to be partnering with Podcast Day 24 to offer a discount to all Radio Academy Members, plus a bursary scheme for those that might not be able to buy a ticket themselves. (Updated: The Bursary Scheme deadline has now passed)
Podcast Day 24 is a really exciting online conference, bringing you 24 hours of podcasting content from Australia, Europe and North America. If you want to know what’s going on right now in the World of podcasting, then this is your chance. You can stay up for the entire 24hrs, or if you’re all out of good coffee, you can watch a mixture of live and on-demand sessions.
The conference has podcasters from around the world giving updates on what they’re doing now, how they got there and what they’re looking forward to! Some of the exciting speakers announced so far include: Tolani Shoneye, Audrey Indome, and Milena Sanchez – also known as The Receipts. Happy Place star and creator, Fearne Cotton, Holly Bott, Managing Director of Entertainment at YMU Group, NPR’s Tamar Charney, Adam Bowie from BBC World Service, Knud Brix, Denmark’s number one podcaster plus James Cator, Spotify and speakers from the podcasts Brainwashed, Pop Chat and Evil by Design. Check out the full line-up on their website.
For Radio Academy members, we’re able to provide a discount code offering a whopping 24% off the online ticket price. This code will reduce a ticket from £99+VAT to £75+VAT. The code is only available for registered Radio Academy Members – if you can’t see it below, that’s because you first need to login to your Radio Academy account.
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Radio Academy Bursaries for Podcast Day 24
The Radio Academy is a registered charity, dedicated to the celebration and promotion of excellence in radio and audio. As part of our work, we’re pleased to be able to offer a limited number of Radio Academy Bursaries to Podcast Day 24, for people who can’t afford the ticket price themselves. The Radio Academy Bursary scheme is now closed for applications.