TEDxFortWayneStudio talks are standalone TEDx talks produced separately from the annual TEDxFortWayne event. These talks are filmed in closed settings with no live in-person or virtual audience. They may also be filmed on a site-specific location that helps communicate the speaker’s idea (e.g. filming a scientist in her lab, a teacher in his classroom, etc.). This format, different from the traditional stage talk, enables TEDxFortWayneStudio presenters to more easily experiment with creative new production methods to communicate their idea more powerfully.

TEDxFortWayneStudio talks may include:

Direct to camera talks

Ensemble talks

Artists performances

On location talks

Mini documentaries

Musical performances

TEDxFortWayneStudio talks follow the applicable TEDx Rules and TEDx Content Guidelines. Talk format and duration should be optimized for digital viewers. TED recommends Studio talks aim for a 6-12 minute duration. All talks must be less than 18 minutes. Talks that do not follow the TEDx Content Guidelines and TEDx Rules may not be published by TED.