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Spreaker Studio for Mac and Windows: What’s New!

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About one month ago, when we released the first version of Spreaker Studio for Mac and Windows, we got a lot of downloads and received a ton of feedback that helped us develop the new release we’re introducing to you today.

Broadcasting with Spreaker Studio for Mac and Windows will never be the same!

Update: Listen to this Spreaker Live Shows 39 min episode for a complete audio explanation of all the features of Spreaker Studio for Desktop on Mac/Windows:

Let’s go into details and see what’s new in this release.

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Introducing the new Spreaker Podcast Radio for Android

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We’re excited to introduce Spreaker Podcast Radio for Android, now available to be downloaded! It’s a unique, lean-back listening experience, tailored to your tastes.

Discover popular podcasts and find new favorites with the help of curated channels and lists, all created by special sponsors and partners, as well as Spreaker’s editorial team.

And now, content is personalized with new playlists, created according to what you like and want to listen to, even when you’re offline. It’s all at your fingertips, for your enjoyment.

Want to see how it works? Let’s walk you through the app’s four main sections.

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Spreaker Studio is now Available for Windows and Mac

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Today we are happy to introduce our latest tech milestone that will give you the chance to record and stream live in an even more professional way, in a stabler environment.

The new Spreaker Studio app is now available for download on Windows and Mac. You’ll have all that you need to stream live or record a professional podcast, using a fine-tuned broadcasting studio from the comfort of your PC. Plus you’ll be able to take guest call-ins with ease without any additional configuration.

For those of you currently using Spreaker Studio for Android or iOS, things will look familiar. Let’s jump in and have a walk through all the features the app offers.

Update: Listen to this Spreaker Live Show’s 39 min episode for a complete audio explanation of all the features of Spreaker Studio for Desktop on Mac/Windows:

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Get Powerful Calls to Action with Spreaker’s Buttons and Icons

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You asked, and we listened! Now you can add branded Spreaker buttons to your site and give your listeners the right call to action.

Use our icons to let your audience know where they can listen to you, as well as give your podcasting page a professional tone.

Here’s an example of how it could look:

Choose the Spreaker badge or icon that fits best on your site; the badge will link back to the URL of your choice.

Did you put them on your site yet? Tweet us how it looks!

 

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Enhance Your Podcast with the Help of WordPress’ Sleek Themes

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Keep your podcast page looking good and benefit from fully functional tools that will help you retain your listeners!

Starting today, through our Spreaker’s Store page you’ll be able to get a special offer on Appendipity‘s WordPress themes for your podcast.

With these specially set themes, you’ll find built-in features that will help grow your audience and keep loyal fans, whether it be lead generation, sales, or exposure to some of your oldest and greatest content.

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RAIN Summit Atlanta 2015

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RAIN Summit Atlanta is just around the corner, and we are happy to see our own Rob Greenlee as one of the speakers taking the stage there on September 29th.

What is the RAIN Summit?

RAIN Summit is a premiere educational and networking event for the internet radio and online audio industry, taking place as a partner event to the NAB and RAB Radio Show.

A full day of panels and discussions will be focusing attention on the status of podcasting today: who are the consumers, what makes innovative content, what’s trending and what’s not, and the involvement of advertisers in this hot online audio medium.

Among the speakers there will be: Kit Gray of  Podcast One,  Dave Smith of Pandora, Brendan Monaghan of Panoply, Michael O’Neil of Triton Digital, Dave Smith of Pandora, and much more.

You can check out the complete agenda here and the full list of the panelists and speakers here.

Registration is open, so grab your ticket at this link and take part in the podcasting conversation.

 

 

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How to Build a Mobile App Dedicated to Your Podcast

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When you’re starting up your podcast you have to think about a lot of things: the right tools to use, where to store content, how to spread the word, and last but not least, how to build your audience. We know that this is one of the most challenging tasks to deal with, and setting up your mic to speak to no one probably isn’t what you have in mind.

Building your fanbase doesn’t only mean targeting your content, it also has a lot to do with providing easy access to your podcasts. The more accessible your podcasts are, the easier you gain and keep listeners stuck on your content.

Creating your own application at a great price can be the best option to promote your content, render it more easily discoverable, and offer open access to your podcasts.

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Play with the new fader now available on Spreaker Studio for Android Tablet

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Android users, we have some good news for those of you using Spreaker Studio on a tablet.

Starting today, you can play with the new fader, and fade in and out of your tracks on the console.

I know, it’s great! With just a finger you can mix your favorite music, pump up the volume at just the right beat, and wind things back down again!

Download the new update now and let us know what you think, we’re all ears!

 

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How Sporting Podcasts Have Blindsided Traditional Media

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When thinking about the most widely covered American sports it’s the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals, and the World Series that immediately spring to mind. However, there is a myriad of other lesser known sports too that all have their own niche online audiences consisting of fans that are even more passionate than those of the more traditional sports.

All sports have one thing in common; which is the rise of sports podcasting and how it’s bringing fans together in a way that has never been seen before on TV and radio. Sports junkies are united in their passion, so it should be of no surprise that more and more fans are broadcasting their unique voice online.

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What Offline Networking Means for Online Brand Success

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When you attended your last conference, did you notice people mentioning social media channels? For example, did guest speakers give attendees a hashtag to follow? Or did workshop hosts ask participants to “like” their Facebook pages?

If so, you’ve witnessed individuals maximizing their offline activities, in order to increase their online personas. These methods keep highly-networked audiences engaged with your brand after your in-person encounters. As a podcaster, it’s to your benefit to recreate and personalize these techniques to draw attention to your show,

Research shows that “90% of word-of-mouth conversations about brands take place offline, primarily face-to-face.” While we hope our social media campaigns go viral, the data tells us that most links only reach 5-10 people. Therefore, conversations with folks at the grocery store, your favorite restaurant, a baseball game, or anywhere people meet offline brings a greater sense of credibility.

Create relentless buzz about your podcast. Here are four ways to use your offline networking efforts for online success:

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