It’s been 8 months, and now it’s time to update you all with fresh data on Spreaker’s audience. We know how important it is to be aware of who the average listener is and what they do. We updated our last infographic with the goal of helping you get to know Spreaker’s audience better, which should also help you better engage with your listeners.
In episode 46 of the Spreaker Live Show we focus on faith-based podcasting and the question “Is local community based church attendance being replaced or added to by podcasts?”.
We are joined on the show by Dr. Jerry Johnson, President and CEO, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB.org). Religion topic podcasts make up the largest number of series shows in the podcasting space today at places like Spreaker and iTunes.
The topics discussed from this February 17th, 2016 episode are also about the National Religious Broadcaster’s Proclaim16 Convention (NRBConvention.com) that took place Feb 22-26, 20016 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Click read more to see the specific topics and links discussed in this 25 minute interview.
We know it’s been a hard week: whether you’re single or taken you probably feel a bit overwhelmed by all the heart-shaped stuff everywhere. While the worst part about Valentine’s Day is trying to ignore it, we might have a solution for you: just focus on your love of podcasts and listen to these three in particular to survive this Valentine’s Day.
Every week Will hosts a podcast called My Kiwi Life joined by fascinating Kiwis to ponder life, share perspective, human potential and the meaning of it all. At the Asia Pacific Podcast Conference on February 12th – 13th he’ll be one of the panelists, sharing his daily routine as a podcaster. For now, you can just read this interview:
What do you think is the most common trouble new podcasters run into? And what do they have to do to prevent or fix it?
For me the main ‘trouble’ is picking what show to do and not letting your mind take over and freak you out from doing a podcast that you love. I went podcast fishing for a whole year when I first started with shows about geeks, dads, interviewing successful people – until settling on an interview podcast about life, MyKiwiLife.com!
Cliff’s changeover is an interesting story of how he moved from a profitable career in insurance to a highly passionate business model in the world of podcasting. Moreover, he’s one of the best podcast/consultant coaches who knows how to help a podcast grow to its maximum potential. Surely, these are the reasons as to why Cliff is one of the main panelists at the next Asia Pacific Podcast Conference on February 12th – 13th in Auckland, New Zealand.Enjoy this great interview with Cliff as we all look forward to this event!
The Asia Pacific Podcast Conference is an event that aims to build the podcasting community across the Asia Pacific region. What better than an event featuring the best experts in podcasting?
We’re sure it will be an incredible and inspiring mix of content that will invigorate everyone attending, from existing podcasters, broadcasters and media, to marketers, bloggers and those who have yet to launch their first episode. That’s why we’re happy to announce that we are an official media partner of the event.
Here is another episode of the Spreaker Live Show ,#42. Our Head of Content Rob Greenlee’s guest on January 20th, was Geoffrey Colon, Group Product Marketing Manager and Social Data Subject Matter Expert at Microsoft and podcast host of Disruptive FM on Spreaker.
In his Microsoft role, Geoffrey leads a scrum team of hybrid creative and analytical marketers who create, execute and measure digitally-driven communications to help drive education and adoption of Microsoft Search Advertising products. Geoffrey was VP of Digital Strategy at Ogilvy & Mather in New York City.
Geoffrey is host of the weekly marketing podcast for eccentric minds called Disruptive FM on Spreaker, producer and host of the video series “#AdHacks” and The Disruptive Marketer, is a LinkedIn influencer, and blogs regularly on Medium, DisruptiveMarketer.net and the Microsoft Search Advertising blog.
Colon’s first book Disruptive Marketing: What Growth Hackers, Data Punks, And Other Hybrid Thinkers Can Teach Us About Navigating The New Normal is due to be released on August 15, 2016 on AMACOM Books
Here is another episode of the Spreaker Live Show #40. Our Head of Content Rob Greenlee’s guest on the Jan 6th, 2016 episode is Jason Hawes, host of Beyond Reality Radio on Spreaker and is founder of The Atlantic Paranormal Society, which is based in Warwick, Rhode Island. He is also one of the stars and co-producers of SYFY’s Ghost Hunters, which just finished its tenth season.
Spreaker’s web-based console is part of our history.
It began back in 2009, debuted with Spreaker’s launch, and has since been used by thousands of users recording podcasts and broadcasting live every day.
Now it’s time to take another step forward.
Several suggestions made by Spreaker’s users over time have helped us in improving the service and developing Spreaker Studio, a brand new desktop app for Windows and Mac. It integrates new features and facilitates your everyday podcasting, offering a great user experience.
We’re sure that you’ll love using it. In fact, here are three good reasons to switch to Spreaker Studio right now:
As most of you know, Spreaker‘s teammates work remotely, connecting from 5 different countries and three different time zones. This means lots of emails, Skype calls, Google Hangouts, Slack channels, and one retreat a year when we can finally get together to have face to face meetings and brain storming sessions.
And it’s finally that time again; we’re about to set off on our retreat in Barcelona, from December 9th until the 14th, to work cheek to cheek!
Here’s our schedule:
Working Space: We’ve chosen to work from the Talent Garden hub in Barcelona, one of the many Talent Garden offices around Europe, including the Lithuania hub where our UI/UX designer Brigita already works.