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Spreaker’s statistics are becoming IAB Tech Lab certified

January 9, 2020 Blog Post Update: We’re thrilled  to announce that our statistics are now officially certified by IAB Technology Lab (IAB), which can be found here: http://j.mp/compliant-companies. Wondering what this means as a podcaster on Spreaker? Read the full details below.

We previously shared that IAB Technology Lab (IAB) – a nonprofit consortium that develops standards within the digital media world – released podcast measurement guidelines to help streamline policies for providers like us and podcasters like you. To ensure our software and products meet industry guidelines, Spreaker is working to be IAB certified!

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Spreaker Partners with Radioline to Reach Out to French Listeners

Spreaker Partners with Radioline to Reach Out to French Listeners
Podcast platform will supply its unique catalog of 27,000 shows

San Francisco, October 19th, 2015 — Spreaker, the leading podcasting and live audio streaming platform, announced today that it is partnering with French company Radioline to expand its podcast distribution in Europe. Radioline is a leading European radio aggregation service, listing more than 25,000 radio stations and 10,000 podcasts.

The addition of the Spreaker catalog, which contains more than 27,000 podcasts and shows in different languages and genres, will more than triple the current Radioline podcast offering. The new shows will be available to all listeners starting from early November.

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Spreaker releases podcasting app Spreaker Studio” for Windows and Mac OS X

Spreaker releases podcasting app Spreaker Studio” for Windows and Mac OS X
Users can stream audio live, record and add guests or co-hosts using Skype.

San Francisco, CA, Oct 14, 2015 – Spreaker, the leading podcasting and live audio streaming platform, announces the availability of its audio recording and live streaming app “Spreaker Studio” for Windows and Mac OS X. The new application allows users to mix high-quality inputs from up to four audio sources like USB microphones, touch-activated sound effects, intro and exit music and Skype callers into a live or a pre-recorded audio show podcast. This four audio source input support eliminates the need for an expensive audio mixer to record more than one microphone at a time for easy mobile recordings.

Since 2010 Spreaker continues its commitment to building a complete podcasting platform that allows users to create, host, distribute, measure and monetize their audio content. In Spreaker Studio, new podcasters will find a simple console where audio files, sound effects, voice, music and more can be mixed in one place during a live or recorded episode then be encoded and pushed to the podcasters feed automatically. Podcasting pros will find improved integration with external equipment and software, including Skype.

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