Podcasting has never been more popular, so it makes sense that there are more and more publications for – and about – podcasters. Here are four we love: Podster Magazine: This beautifully-designed publication features podcaster profiles, show information and reviews that help listeners discover new podcasts and find out more about their favorite podcasters. Subscribe free here. … Continue reading 4 FREE Magazines and Newsletters For Podcasters
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John pulls his microphone to the center of the desk and prepares to begin his weekly podcast, “Ooze News.” After opening the list of news articles he assembled from his main source, the New York Times, John begins reading and recording the articles verbatim into his podcast. John finishes his podcast by telling his listeners that … Continue reading What Does “Fair Use” Mean When It Comes To Podcast Copyright?
Podcasting can be confusing. From ever-changing guidelines and recommendations to evolving technology, getting a show running and keeping it up-to-date can take a lot of work and know-how, even for experienced podcasters. We want to help! As leaders in the podcasting community – and podcasters ourselves! – the team at Blubrry is dedicated to … Continue reading Be A Better Podcaster with Blubrry: FREE Tutorial
Have you ever wanted to use a segment of your favorite song as bumper music for your podcast? Maybe a clip or two from Meat Loaf’s “Bat Out Of Hell.” Perhaps you are on show number thirty-five and you have consistently used short clips from popular songs for your bumper music. After all, the music … Continue reading 3 Copyright Myths That Will Sink Your Podcast
Statistically speaking, if you’re not taking advantage of Blubrry’s free stats, you could be missing out big time. We estimate that between 4,000 and 5,000 shows in the Blubrry directory that are not enrolled in our stats could be eligible for advertising consideration. Did I mention that those are the free stats? Blubrry has helped … Continue reading Make sure your show is up to snuff with Blubrry stats and better branding
Not much more app-etizing than Blubrry and Tech Podcasts Network (TPN) on Google TV! Yes-sir, now your favorite shows are accessible on yet another platform. With Google TV, Blubrry and TPN provide content creators the ability to access new markets that reach a worldwide audience of all demographics. Audiences can see network shows and manage … Continue reading Get a taste of the Blubrry and TPN Channel App on Google TV
Congratulations! Youâ€™ve just recorded your 100th episode. Thatâ€™s quite a milestone and itâ€™s appropriate to take some time to stroll down memory lane and check out some of your older shows. What? The first 30 shows were on a hard drive that crashed? That’s OK, you can restore your old shows from a back up… … Continue reading The fantasy of error-free hard drives
One of the support questions that Iâ€™m asked most often is: â€œHow do I upload my podcast to the iTunes music store?â€ The off-the-cuff answer is, you don’t. Let me explain. What you do is submit your podcast feed to iTunes. Apple reviews your podcast mostly to make sure your content can be played on … Continue reading How do I get listed on iTunes and other platforms?
There is no â€˜Iâ€™ in â€˜teamâ€™ but there is â€˜weâ€™ in ‘RawVoice’ and collectively we have posted a 31 percent ad revenue increase for the second quarter! This gargantuan increase is further proof that weâ€™re kickinâ€™ butt and reflects new advertising buys on 27 percent more shows hosted on Blubrry, Tech Podcasts Network and other … Continue reading Huge 31% Jump in Revenue Means More Money in Our Podcasters’ Pockets
At Blubrry.com, our team members areÂ podcasters and we understand the importance of building your own brand on your own website. Far too many media creators start their shows on services that lock them in, with no ability to grow. Thursday, Feb. 11, I completed my 551st show at Geek News CentralÂ and, while I have been … Continue reading Be in Control of Your Show