Follow the instructions below to delete or replace a media file within your Blubrry Media Hosting subscription. You do not need to delete a file before replacing it.
How to Delete a File on Blubrry Media Hosting
First, log in to your Blubrry Podcaster Dashboard. Next, click the Manage Published Files link inside the Podcast Hosting box.
Find the file you want to delete and click the red X icon to the right of the filename, underneath the Action header.
A dialog box will pop up, confirming that you want to delete the file. Click OK to permanently delete the file from your Blubrry Media Hosting subscription. If you changed your mind about the deletion, click Cancel. Note: this dialog box may look slightly different, depending on your web browser, but the Cancel and OK buttons work the same.
How to Replace a File on Blubrry Media Hosting
Note: you do not need to delete a file before replacing it.
First, log in to your Blubrry Podcaster Dashboard. Next, click the Upload New Media Files link inside the Podcast Hosting box.
Click the Upload New Media link at the bottom of the next page.
A window will pop up for uploading your replacement media file.
CAUTION! Before uploading the newer version of your media file, make sure the file has the exact same filename as the file you want to replace. Filenames are case sensitive. For example, if the file you want to upload is named episode01mp3, your replacement file must also be named episode01.mp3. If the filename is different by even one character, Blubrry Media Hosting will treat your replacement as a totally different file instead of a replacement file.
Don’t forget about case sensitive filenames! If you tried to replace the file in the above example with a file named Episode01.mp3 (capital “E” instead of lowercase “e”), your original file will not be replaced.
To upload the replacement file, either drag and drop the file into the popup window or click the Select File button to locate the file on your device.
Once the replacement file has finished uploading, you’ll see it in the list of Unpublished Media files. Click the Make Public link to the right of the filename, underneath the Action header.
Clicking Make Public will replace the original media file with the newer version. You don’t need to do anything else.
Note: the newer version of the media file won’t be immediately available, as it will take some time for the newer version of the file to clear caching on Blubrry’s worldwide CDN. Once it has cleared caching, it will be automatically available to all websites/podcast-consumption platforms (Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) where your show is listed.