Podcast Movement has shared its plan for coronavirus in regards to the upcoming Podcast Movement 2020 in Dallas. This is information is being shared in order to help attendees, and the general community overall, understand what the situation means.
We understand there is significant concern about large gatherings such as conferences and trade shows, and with good reason. As the event approaches (still five months away), we are working closely with the venue, the City of Dallas, and our management team to monitor the situation and keep attendees abreast of the latest developments.
We have every reason to believe that we will be able to proceed with hosting PM20 in Dallas this August. We are eagerly planning for that. However, we also understand that no one can be certain of what is going to happen between now and August.
Podcast Movement provided possible outcomes:
As of now, the event will take place as planned. In the event this happens, anyone who is concerned about travel, or unable to travel, will have the option to participate virtually at no extra cost. This will not only include video records of all the sessions (post-event) but some level of streaming options as well.
If the event is postponed and rescheduled, registered attendees will be able to keep their ticket and use it at the rescheduled time, or will also have the option of applying their pass to a future event at 100% value.
If the event is canceled altogether, all pass purchases will be refunded in full.
Visit the Podcast Movement 2020 website for more information regarding Podcast Movement’s plan for PM20, as well as to keep up to date with any changes that may occur.
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