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Breaker Upstream

The first premium podcast marketplace

Breaker Upstream is the first open marketplace for podcasters to sell premium audio content directly to listeners. Podcasters of all sizes can now earn revenue without relying on advertising, making it easier for anyone to start a successful podcast.

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The powerful, simple podcast app from Marco Arment

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Jeff Bowen
Jeff Bowen- Software Engineer
“I run Overcast with no other employees, no VC funding, and a sustainable work-life balance (hopefully) so I can spend enough time with my family.” – Marco Arment from https://overcast.fm/contact
Giacomo Lawrance
Giacomo Lawrance- Author of thenerdystudent.com
Awesome app, super simple to use but has very powerful features too.
Armand Jay
Armand Jay- Founder at Artwxrk.com & Student at CSU
Overcast is my go to podcast player! For streaming on Mac you can use PodcastMenu.
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Marco
After a year of work, Overcast 2 is now available as a free update for everyone. It's mostly a major under-the-hood improvement, with relatively few user-facing changes. But they're pretty good, I think.
Marco
I designed Overcast 1.0 in 2014 for iOS 7, and it was a product of its time: it used ultra-thin text and lines against stark, sharp-edged, full-screen white sheets and translucent blur panes, with much of the basic functionality behind hidden gestures. That fundamental design carried through every update until today.
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Discover podcasts & news you love with the push of a button

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NotAGuru
NotAGuru- Social Media Mgr, ASU KED
Love the discoverability it provides of other shows and news related to what I already enjoy and have selected/favorited. The UX is efficient and appealing too. I was a big Stitcher user until about a year ago when I found Otto and switched over entirely, been happy ever since especially with the new features they've added since then.
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Now you can get paid to podcast 🎙️

Starting today, any podcaster, regardless of audience size or experience level, can collect recurring monthly payments directly from their listeners. There’s never been an easier way to start generating revenue from your podcast.

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The Verge
Anchor's app makes it really easy to throw together a podcast. But if you keep doing that and manage to build an audience, there hasn't been an easy way to get paid for it. Now Anchor is launching an option: a feature called Listener Support that allows listeners to pledge $1, $5, or $10 per month to specific podcasts.
Macstories
As an app and service, Anchor is a compelling product that I'm personally a big fan of. It's the best way to podcast from an iPad, the most mature and accessible platform for new podcasters, and it includes innovative features like transcribed video generation for sharing clips on social media.
Engadget
Anchor, the audio broadcast-turned-podcasting platform, has launched a new Listener Support feature that lets podcasters collect money from their fans for their efforts. Creators of any size or experience level can add a Listener Support button to their public Anchor profile, which followers can click to make a regular monthly donation of $0.99, $4.99 or $9.… See more
9to5Mac
Anchor is an all-in-one platform that simplifies podcast production and distribution, and its latest new feature wants to help hosts tackle monetization. Podcasts are often funded by sponsorships or listener contributions through separate platforms, but Anchor wants to make direct contributions part of their platform.
VentureBeat
Podcasting platform Anchor has announced its first moves into monetization by allowing listeners to pay their favorite podcasters through a monthly subscription. The news comes six months after Anchor introduced a major overhaul, shifting from a short-form social audio platform to a full-fledged podcasting powerhouse. However, the Anchor reboot notably lacke… See more
TechCrunch
Anchor's been gaining a fair bit of steam lately with its dead simple mobile podcast editing app. The New York startup has also been branching out in some interesting ways, including the recent launch of a Manhattan-based studio designed to give podcasters access to far better equipment than the us...
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