You’ll find 29 channels based on different topics pumping with outstanding shows chosen with care by both Spreaker’s team and our esteemed partners. Take your pick from different themes like news, public radio shows, storytelling, and much more.
We’re getting ready for another live podcast episode today at 3pm PST / 6pm EST! In episode 34, our Head of Content Rob Greenlee will be behind the mic together with the inspiring Steven Goldstein as his guest, discussing the relationship between podcasts and radio content.
Steven, CEO of AmplifiMedia.com, is recognized as a thought leader in audio programming, marketing, and management. He has developed numerous successful radio brands and nurtured and advanced local and national talent at NBC Radio, CBS Radio, and Sega Communications.
More than one hundred years ago, the Italian scientist and inventor Guglielmo Marconi developed the first effective radio communication system. In 1901, he successfully sent wireless signals across the Atlantic Ocean, disproving the dominant belief of the Earth’s curvature affecting transmission.
Many years have passed since that first amazing scientific discovery, and now that Web Radio Festival is about to start in Rome, I can already anticipate that magic feeling I’ll get on meeting Elettra Marconi, the daughter of the man who can be considered the Father of Radio.
(Updated on November 2018) iTunes, first introduced by Apple in 2005 was the first smartphone app to host podcasts. Not only is iTunes the first distribution outlet for podcasters, but it also is the most popular. In the world of podcasting, you can’t say you are a podcaster without submitting your podcast to iTunes. Though new syndication points have recently launched on platforms, like Google and Spotify (and it appears that Pandora will soon join the game as well) Apple remains the main and most popular podcast distribution outlet. In fact, in 2018 it rebranded to be named Apple Podcasts. With an entirely new iPhone app, it now holds 500k available podcasts and has reached over 50 billion downloads.
New Media Expo has just turned off its lights on another successful year, and it was great to be there! We couldn’t be happier about all the feedback we received, or more thrilled over our own Rob Greenlee’s amazing live stream from Spreaker’s NAB booth.
We met tons of people, got all the latest on the podcasting industry, and enjoyed Las Vegas’ beautiful atmosphere.
RadioDaysEurope is the annual conference for radio professionals from all around the World, and this year it’s taking place in Milan, from March 15th-17th.
Milan will be functioning as the meeting point of the entire European radio industry, with more than 1300 participants from 60 different countries coming together. We’re excited to go and present our product, and establish important connections.
Maintaining a 24/7 non-stop broadcast is fun and rewarding, but comes with its challenges, especially if you’re using Tube, the tool we offer to our Professional podcasters that allows you to connect external tools to Spreaker’s stream.
Having your connection drop may feel like a big drawback, but we’ve got a new solution for you.
Today we are proud to announce the new feature that will allow you to keep chatting with your listeners and fans, even after the live show.
Yes, you heard it right, we decided to change and improve the chat system by merging it with the comments on the track page.