Blubrry’s Latest: Apple Podcast Subscription Publishing • PCI 328
Our first big release of the year was working with Apple. We now integrate with Apple Podcast Subscription shows for easy publishing directly from the Blubrry platform.
Anyone producing a premium subscription based Apple Podcast can now publish their premium episodes directly through our platform and we’re very excited about it. Tune in to hear more on that feature as well as some cools tools in Slack and for Podcasting 2.0.
Thanks for joining us on this episode of Podcast Insider. Looking to be a guest on the show? Let us know. Emails are listed at the bottom of show notes.
- Apple Podcast Subscriptions integrated into the Blubrry platform
- PRX using V4V in a new way
- Levar Burton is launching his first kid’s podcast, Sound Detectives
- Slack now produces a transcript if you upload an audio file. Not sure how useable it is yet, but we discovered that last week. Other chat services have this too.
- True Crime podcast listener now a murder suspect
Reach out to be a guest on your favorite podcast! We don’t mean your favorite podcast that is not relevant to insights or expertise that you can provide, but you should reach out to be a guest on a show you’re familiar with for a meaningful conversation.
- Lots of Podcasting 2.0 features are now in the Blubrry publisher. Learn more here and here.
- Live Item
- Value (V4V) Coming very soon
- PowerPress will be updated with the same tags very soon
- Todd will be keynote speaking at Podfest Expo in Orlando Thursday and Friday – If you are in the area, we have some expo-only passes available. Reach out to MacKenzie.
- Todd will also speak at Podcast Movement Evolutions in Las Vegas in March.
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Question of the Week
Question:I use an AudioTechnica ATH-M50 headset for my podcasting, but I need to buy three more pairs for guests, and I don’t want to spend $200 on each pair. Can you recommend a “decent” headphone option that sounds neutral and easy to listen to for long periods of time that’s under $100?
Answer: (Mike)I have a set of Sony MDR 7506 headphones that I like a lot. They are around $80 and seem tough as well. At least I haven’t broken them yet