It looks like a conference.
It feels like a conference.
But what exactly is this new CMC 2020 Digital conference experience going to be like when it launches on April 21st?
Turns out it is an evolving process, much like our work-at-home experience. And it just keeps getting bigger and better every day.
CMC 2020: The Details
We’ve received a lot of questions from both free and paid ticket holders about what the experience will be like at CMC 2020 Digital this year. Here are the basics:
Virtual Launch Date: April 21st, 2020, 10 AM EST
On-Demand Launch Date: Free ticket holders have access from now until May 31, 2020. Paid ticket holders have access from now until next year’s conference (April 27th, 2021).
Ticket: Your Email and Password
CMC 2020: The Experience
For starters, most of the content we’re launching on April 21st is being created, recorded and produced in advance as we speak. The 10 workshops will be available to you on-demand, starting at 8 a.m. ET on April 21st. The keynotes will go live at 10 a.m. ET with a live Q&A to follow. And the comedy keynotes will start at 5 p.m. ET from a virtual stage.
If you can’t make it to the scheduled virtual launch, no worries! Free ticket holders will have access to on-demand content until May 31, 2020, while paid ticket holders will have access for one full year.
In addition to having access to on-demand content from CMC 2020, you’ll also have access to CMC 2017-2019 with tons of great content like 117 sessions, 40 keynotes, and 16 comedy keynotes for your online viewing pleasure. In fact, you get access to this archive of content as soon as you sign up, which means that you can start the learning right now!
What’s up with the comedians, you might be asking? Well, our comedy keynote series is our signature event, and we’re determined to keep going this year. Six comedians take the lonely stage of their home office for 10-minute cameos to help us learn how comedy can lift our spirits and help us rid the world of all this bad, boring content (along with COVID-19 this year, if possible).
Are you getting the feel for CMC 2020– now a digital experience?