Public Radio Content Conference 2017

Washington, DC
August 14 - 17, 2017

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2017 Content Conference Call for Proposals

The Content Conference is now accepting proposals for sessions at the 2017 Conference, August 15-18, in Washington DC. Interested parties may submit their ideas by email to info@prpd.org between now and the Call for Proposals closing date of May 15, 2017.

Proposals will only be considered if the following criteria are met:

  • Subject line of email reads “2017 Content Conference Session Submission”
  • Proposed session should be one hour in length
  • Include a session title in ten words or less
  • Include a description of the session in less than 100 words
  • Include the name, title and company for any speakers you envision as part of the session; please designate a moderator and panelists for panel submissions
  • You include your full contact information (name, title, company, address, city, state, zip, phone and email) at the conclusion of your submission

Those wishing to nominate themselves as a potential speaker not associated with any specific session can do so by email to info@prpd.org between now and the Call for Proposals closing date of May 15, 2017.

Speakers will only be considered if the following criteria are met:

  • Subject line of email reads “2017 Content Conference Speaker Submission”
  • You include a list of no more than three areas of expertise you would feel comfortable speaking on.
  • You attach your bio as a Microsoft Word attachment and not as part of the body of the email
  • You include a brief explanation (50 words or less) as to why you would be a good speaker at the Content Conference
  • You include any external links (LinkedIn, company website) in the body of the email
  • You include your full contact information (name, title, company, address, city, state, zip, phone number and email) at the conclusion of your submission
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