Mar 10, 2012 ... A podium (pl. podiums or podia) is the raised platform on which the speaker
stands ... “What is the difference between a podium and a lectern?
What's the difference between a podium and a lectern? Many people confuse the
words “lectern”, “podium”, “rostrum”, and “dais”. A lectern is the slant-topped ...
lectern, podium, pulpit, rostrum: A speaker stands behind a lectern, on a podium
.... It seems like the difference between a lectern and a dais would cause more ...
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Feb 16, 2016 ... The difference between a lectern and a podium is a lectern sits on a podium, or
Feb 28, 2012 ... Ever wonder about the difference between a lectern and a podium? Many people
are confused and use the words interchangeably.
Strictly speaking, a podium is a raised platform on which you stand to give a
speech; the piece of furniture on which you place your notes and behind which
A podium is a raised platform like the kind Olympians stand on when they win a
medal or like the ... What's the difference between a podium and a lectern?
dium, lectern, rostrum, ambo, pulpit and dais. I especially liked to be- fuddle
students with this list be- cause of the universal misuse of the term podium; plus (
(According to Wikipediaalso "podium" hasbecame to be used to mean this) ... the
distinction you make: difference between lectern and rostrum.