Listen up: how the rise of streaming services and podcasts are changing and challenging the culture sector

Jerwood Space, 171 Union St, London SE1 0LN

Listen up: how the rise of streaming services and podcasts are changing and challenging the culture sector

Jerwood Space, 171 Union St, London SE1 0LN
Listen up: how the rise of streaming services and podcasts are changing and challenging the culture sector - YPIA Event

Listen up: how the rise of streaming services and podcasts are changing and challenging the culture sector | 22nd October 2019 | 7PM

Location: Jerwood Space, 171 Union St, London SE1 0LN

We live in a world with a constant cycle of digital innovation. In the culture sector, new technologies and services are creating brand new opportunities for organisations to engage with audiences.

The stratospheric rise of podcasts has opened doors for almost anyone, and the popularity of streaming services has revolutionised how record labels find their listeners. But as such opportunities arise, how do organisations identify which digital content trends to follow?

Join us for a panel discussion about how streaming services, podcasts and other experience-enhancing technologies are changing and challenging the way cultural organisations are creating content and engaging audiences.

We’ll be learning more about what the advent of streaming services and podcasts really mean for us all, hearing the impact they have had on how organisations are planning and creating content, and discussing how we can identify and utilise these opportunities to best effect for cultivating new audiences.

Joining us for the evening are a panel of experts from across the culture sector:

  • Kelly Harlock Classical Editor at Spotify/ co-host of That Classical Podcast, chair
  • Guy Jones Head of Curation at Primephonic
  • Philip Raperport, Commissioning Executive at BBC Radio 3 & Digital Projects

  

Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Following the event we'll be heading to a nearby pub for networking drinks. 

Price: £8.00

Members price: £4.00

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