by Danielle Desir
Are you looking to attend podcasting conferences in 2020? Are you ready to learn from experienced speakers and panelists who can share how you can improve your show and take your podcast to the next level? Here’s a list of podcasting conferences, summits, and events happening in 2020 and beyond.
February 12-15, 2020 | PM Evolutions, Los Angeles, California: All sessions will be based on new trends and technology.
February 21-22, 2020 | Spark Podcast Conference, Houston, Texas: Bringing together the brightest and best of Christian podcasters and influencers in one place to motivate, inspire, and equip podcasters of all levels.
March 1-3, 2020 | Social Media Marketing World, San Diego, California: Discover the best social media marketing techniques from the world’s top experts.
March 6-8, 2020 | Podfest, Orlando, Florida: A community of people passionate about sharing their voice and message with the world through audio and video.
March 6-8, 2020 | Sports PodCon, Orlando, Florida: The first international event specifically designed for sports, esports and gaming podcasters, broadcasters and video content creators.
March 11-15, 2020 | Be Your Change, Tucson, Arizona: Podcasting retreat for women – slow down and focus on developing your voice.
March 26-29, 2020 | VO Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia: The largest voiceover training and voiceover networking event in the world. This conference spans four days and offers voiceover workshops, classes, networking opportunities and more.
May 6-8, 2020 | Mom 2.0 Summit, Los Angeles, California: A conversation for moms, marketers, and media.
June 5-6, 2020 | Summit 21, Atlanta, Georia: Back for the 5th year of empowerment, enlightenment and education for women of color.
June 19-22, 2020 | Craft + Commerce 2020, JUMP Boise, Idaho: The premiere event for online creators to come together to build community and learn from the world’s top creators.
June 26-27, 2020 | Elevate, Washington, D.C.: Two days of learning, growing and discussing the unique financial challenges faced by individuals of color.
August 5-8, 2020 | Podcast Movement, Dallas Texas: Featuring breakout sessions and panels spread across seven tracks.
August 29-30, 2020 | Pays to Be Brave, Chicago, Illinois: The ultimate business breakthrough, sales confidence and female empowerment weekend.
September 24-26, 2020 | Independent Podcast Conference (Formally Mid-Atlantic Podcast Conference) | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Bringing podcasters together from the Mid-Atlantic States and beyond.
September 30-October 3, 2020 | FinCon, Long Beach, California: A peer conference for personal finance digital content creators and media.
November 6-8, 2020 | DC Podfest, Washington D.C.: Brings podcasters and digital influencers together for two days of sessions, networking, workshops, and fun.
Other Conferences on Our Radar for 2020:
Werk It, Los Angeles, California: An annual gathering for women shaping the future of podcasting.
She Podcasts LIVE, Atlanta, Georgia: A women’s conference that caters to all types of women podcasters.
Texas PodCon, San Antonio, Texas: Shares best practices and tips that will elevate your podcast and keep your audience listening.
Third Coast Conference, Chicago, Illinois: Shine a light on the heart and soul of audio storytelling including art, craft, community, critical reflection, and dialogue.
Vancouver Podcast Festival, Vancouver, Canada: Brings together local podcast creators and deepens the discussion around audio documentary and its potential for education and community building.
Women in Media Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Empower, equip, and encourage women in media to excel and lead.
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Danielle Desir is a travel finance strategist, podcaster, writer and the founder of The Thought Card. The Thought Card is an award-winning travel finance blog and podcast about affording travel, paying off debt and building wealth. Danielle paid off $63,000 of student loan debt in 4 years, she bought a house at 27 and she has traveled to over 25 countries. She refuses to let her financial responsibilities hold her back from pursuing her dreams and she encourages her readers and listeners to live life on their own terms.