Ignite Podcast Movement was new to Podcast Movement 2017. Those who attended Podcast Movement 2017 were able to attend the Ignite event. Videos of the Sparks from that event are now available to view on YouTube.
Relive Ignite Podcast Movement 2017 again and again! We recorded every hilarious, inspiring, and educational movement and have them available for you to enjoy here or on YouTube.
Ignite Podcast Movement is a unique speaking event where a series of speakers get on stage for five minutes each to share a Spark. A Spark is a 5 minute talk that consists of 20 slides. Each slide is on a 15 second auto advance. Each Spark is designed to educate and entertain.
The entire playlist of Sparks from the Ignite Podcast Movement 2017 are available on the YouTube channel of Eric Rosenberg, the producer and host of Ignite Podcast Movement. He has put together a playlist of eleven Sparks that were presented during the Ignite Podcast Movement 2017 event. Or, you can watch that same playlist on the Ignite Podcast Movement website.
A new offering at this year’s Podcast Movement conference in California is the Ignite event that will be held the night before the conference officially opens. Ignite is described as a series of five-minute presentations (called Sparks) consisting of 20 slides that automatically advance every fifteen seconds. Sparks are designed to keep things moving so presenters stay on their toes and audience members remain engaged.
Spark submissions for Podcast Movement’s Ignite 2017 have closed. Now conference organizers are asking registered attendees of Podcast Movement to vote on the Sparks that have been submitted. On the voting form, attendees are shown a list of different Sparks with descriptions provided by the presenters who created them. Attendees are asked to select one of three choices for each Spark: Gotta See It, Sounds Okay, and Meh, I’ll Pass.
While the form is technically open and accessible to anyone, the form instructions stress that only registered attendees of Podcast Movement 2017 should be placing votes. These votes are limited to one vote per person. Spark submissions will be removed if Podcast Movement determines there has been cheating on any Spark’s behalf. There’s also a bit of advice for overeager self-promoters:
You cannot post this on your blog or share it in your podcast asking the public for votes, however, do encourage your fellow PM attendees to head this way and vote for their favorites!
The Spark voting form asks for an e-mail address, and that’s presumably how Podcast Movement will determine which votes are legit and which are not. The voting form for Ignite Podcast Movement 2017 can be found here.
Podcast Movement 2017 will take place on August 23-25, 2017. Ticket are on sale now. As in previous years, Podcast Movement 2017 slowly reveals who the keynote speakers will be and what fun events will happen. This year, Podcast Movement 2017 is including Ignite.
Ignite Podcast Movement is an event that nearly any Podcast Movement attendee can take part in. Ignite talks are called “Sparkes”. Each Spark is five minutes long and has 20 slides… on a 15 second auto advance.
Those who are attending Podcast Movement 2017, and who want to do a Spark, can submit their topic. The Sparkes will be presented on the big stage on the evening of August 22, 2017. Each Spark is designed to educate and entertain. The attendees of Podcast Movement 2017 can vote for their favorite Spark.
A Spark does not have to be focused on podcasting. Any topic is “on limits” at Ignite. It is presented in an irreverent format, and speakers are encouraged to think outside the box and share fun, unique, and interesting stories.