Podcasting has become the Next Big Thing for the second time in our current golden age of audio. But how can great audio startups survive and thrive? That will be the focus of our Collab/Space San Francisco workshop on September 12, 2015. The workshop is sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute and hosted by KQED.

It will be an all-day, hands-on workshop focused on audio innovation. We will choose eight innovative startups, which will present their work to-date in lightning fashion followed by directed questions from the audience. We’ll do collaborative exercises — using improv comedy techniques — to learn how to work better together, and break out into groups to help these startups get past their challenges. Our diverse group of participants includes entrepreneurs, journalists, publishers, technologists, designers, marketers, investors and major players in the audio and podcasting scene.

Collab/Space San Francisco is a production of MediaShift.

For more information including the schedule, registration, how it will work and key attendees visit the official Collab/Space San Francisco event page



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