With Werk It, a women’s podcast festival, approaching quickly, we’re thrilled to announce our title sponsorship for the event in Los Angeles on October 3-4! As part of our partnership with the event host — WNYC Studios, New York Public Radio’s podcasting entity — we’ll be live streaming some of the sessions from the two day symposium (be on the lookout for more details!).
We are so thrilled to introduce BLOOM, our brand new podcast content development program. The first independent podcast partner selected to launch the program with is Flatrock: A Cold Case Podcast.
It’s no secret that the talent pool in the podcast industry in growing rapidly, which is why BLOOM was developed. We want to assist creative, independent podcasters who could really use the support of a larger team like Spreaker. The podcasts we select to partner with in the program receive support on content curation, technology, and the promotion that smaller podcasters need to flourish.
Gone are the days of waiting an entire week just to see the next episode of your favorite TV show. Thanks to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime — and all the other on-demand television options — there’s no shortage of quality TV series that can be watched in a single day. But, there’s certainly a downside to binge watching an amazing series like The Handmaid’s Tale… after just one day of being cozied up on the couch, it’s all over (cue the tears).
When we launched Spreaker Enterprise in January, we had one goal in-mind: Create the ultimate podcast solution for big editorial teams — like media publishers and content networks — so they can effortlessly manage their audio advertising operations and publishing workflow.
Part of the solution’s appeal is the user-friendly dynamic ad insertion function that allows our podcasters and publishers to focus on where ads should appear (down to the precise millisecond), and then we take care of the rest.
Earlier this year, we unveiled Spreaker Enterprise, the ultimate podcast solution for big editorial teams to effortlessly manage their publishing workflow and audio advertising operations. In the months since its launch, we’ve been busy onboarding and providing custom solutions to our larger media publishers, brands and B2B customers.
So you’ve come up with a fantastic podcast idea and you need some tips to get up, running and heard. Or perhaps you’ve already gained your good bunch of loving listeners, the ones that will be with you through the highs, the lows and the changes in your content, but you feel the right time has come to up your podcasting game.
One thing’s for sure, a good vocal story requires good listening ears.