The BPA Narrowcast - The BPA Juneteenth Challenge and Pt 2 of our Legal Liability Workshop Series
Our purpose is to unite black podcast creatives and professionals committed to redefining the podcast landscape and establish a foundation that fully supports our creative voices respects our brands, and aligns with our core values, as we share engaging content with the world.
Our 4 part Legal Liability Workshop Series is coming to an end.
Join us for the last part of our 4 part Legal Liability Workshop Series presented by the Reporters Committee For Freedom of the Press.
So You Want To Have A True Crime Podcast: A Primer on Investigative Reporting for Podcasters Part 2
There is a lot that goes into creating a True Crime podcast, you don’t need litigation to bring your podcast to a screeching halt.
On June 14th, we will continue to learn from this legal primer presented by the Reporters Committee For Freedom of the Press/@reporterscommittee, on how to gather information safely for a True Crime Podcast.
Come learn about:
- Gathering the News Safely and Legally
- Gathering Your Content, Part I: Access to Public Records
- Gathering Your Content, Part II: Access to Courts and Public Places
Date: June 14th
Time: 7 pm Eastern
Register Today: https://bit.ly/RCFPwkshp
Legal Liability Workshops for Podcasters presented by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (must RSVP for each session)
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Juneteenth is quickly upon us and the Black Podcasters Association wanted to honor this day by starting a new social media challenge.
We are asking all-black podcast creatives and professionals to join us in our first challenge to celebrate Juneteenth 2022.
So what’s the challenge?
It’s pretty simple, On June 19th, 2022, we ask that you make a quick 1 - 2 minute video just answering one of or all 3 simple questions below, and publish it to your own social media accounts with the hashtag - #BPAJuneTeenth2022
What does Juneteenth mean/represent to you and why is it important?
What does Freedom and/or Freedom of Speech as a Black creative mean to you?
And tell us one way you plan to use your platform to help promote Black excellence.
If you want to add more to your video or have a better question you want to answer, we just ask you to keep juneteenth and podcast-related.
Lastly, when you publish your challenges video, don’t forget to include our hashtag - #BPAJuneTeenth2022, a short bio of you and your podcast, and your social media/website links.
Make sure you tag us so we can show our support!
Lastly, if you would like to share your video on our social media and YouTube channel, submit it with a short bio, and links to your podcast, website, and social media.*
You can submit your video here: Video Submission Form
*We will not be accepting any submissions past 5 pm eastern, on Friday, June 17th, 2022. So please get your videos in ASAP.
To learn more about Juneteenth here are some resources:
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