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Synth
Podcasts in bytes.

Start expanding who and what you listen to with podcasts in bytes. Synths are easy to record or import 256 second sound bytes that can be shared as an audiogram and listened to back-to-back.

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Record bite-sized podcasts that anyone can join ⚓

Anchor is an app to broadcast your voice and talk with other people

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Kunal Bhatia
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
You'll be able to do a lot of great things with Anchor, but the monetization piece would be separate. After you build an audience, you could convince people to sponsor segments or 24-hour stories.
Tejas Kinger
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Try Anchor. IMO it works really well for podcasts.
Noah Mittman
Noah Mittman- sputnik7.com/RESFEST alumnus
Everything about this product from UI and visual design, to onboarding, to features and creation tools, ad infinitum is spot on and glorious. But, turns out, actually making compelling audio is HARD. Plus, those already making compelling audio are podcasting it on the open web. So, this became an "after I catch up with my usual podcasts" app, and let's face … See more
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The easiest way to make a podcast. Ever.

Welcome to Anchor 3.0: the easiest way to make a podcast. Ever.

Anchor just got acquired by Spotify along with Gimlet Media: https://www.recode.net/2019/2/6/18213456/spotify-podcast-gimlet-anchor-q4-results/?ref=producthunt

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Recode
Spotify is a streaming music company that wants to become a podcast company, too. Not only has Spotify acquired Gimlet Media, a podcast producer and network, for around $230 million - a deal Recode told you about last week - but it has also bought Anchor, a startup that makes it easier for people to record and distribute their own podcasts.
Business Insider
Making a professional-sounding podcast isn't easy. Most podcasting how-to guides recommend investing in equipment like microphones, audio-editing software, and portable recorders, not to mention a computer. From there, you'll need to learn a set of new software programs and then hunt down a place to host and distribute your podcast.
The Verge
If you've always wanted to start a podcast, Anchor's new update is for you. The shortform audio app is fully embracing podcasting today with the launch of Anchor 3.0, which includes a redesigned app, the service's debut on the web, and tools to distribute a show and track its success.
Engadget
To that end, Anchor 3.0 for iOS and Android is an app for recording first and foremost; consuming short broadcasts from your friends is definitely taking a backseat now. For starters, users can record multiple bits of audio and create a library to build out a finished product.
Medium
With nearly 70 million Americans now listening monthly, podcasts have officially crossed over into the mainstream. Yet like radio, podcasts are incredibly difficult to make, distribute, promote, and monetize. Despite the increasing demand, expensive tools, confusing software, and fragmented, friction-filled workflows have held creators back.
Variety
New York-based audio startup Anchor unveiled a new version of its podcast creation app Thursday that aims to bridge the divide between amateur audio recording and professional podcast creation. In addition to revamped versions of its Android and iOS apps, Anchor also unveiled a new web ab as well as free, unlimited podcast hosting.
TechCrunch
Broadcasting app Anchor, which helps anyone record and share audio, is relaunching its app today with a new focus on serving the larger podcaster community.
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Full HD audio podcasts from your phone or web browser

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Shashwat Pradhan
Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
ZCast 3.0 launched today! It's the simplest way to host, publish & market a podcast from the web or your iPhone. Definitely should check it out as they have some seriously good audio streaming tech behind it.
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Cult of Mac
ZCast, the app that makes podcasting from an iOS device easy, just got a big new update that makes it an even greater platform.
Phoenix Business Journal
Raz Yalov looks for opportunities to drive so he can listen to his favorite podcasts in the car. Raz Yalov looks for opportunities to drive so he can listen to his favorite podcasts in the car. His challenge, he says, is Phoenix doesn't have enough traffic to allow him to satisfy his podcast itch.
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13 Alternatives to 🎧 ZCast 3.0 - HD Audio

Share captioned video snippets of podcasts from any app

Podcasts are hard to share because they are hard to immediately consume. Bullet lets you share captioned video snippets of your favourite podcasts from any podcast app so that your friends can immediately consume it.

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Engadget
Once you find a clip you want to share, you can snip up to 30 seconds of it and generate a captioned video clip, then share it to your social media app of choice. People are more likely to watch a captioned clip, as they can do so without the need to listen to the audio in a quiet environment.
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Turn YouTube videos into an audio podcast

Listen Later is a free service for converting videos into an audio podcast, which makes it easier to catch up on your video backlog during chores, errands and commutes. Listen Later works with services supported by youtube-dl.

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Talk with your audience on Twitter 🗣️🎙️

Ever want to just talk with your audience on Periscope? In this update you can go live with audio only, so your viewers can hear (but not see) you. To try out an audio-only broadcast, tap on the new microphone icon on the broadcast setup screen. You can select this option before you start your broadcast, or at any time while you’re live!

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Medium
At Twitter, #HackWeek is a time when the company comes together to dream, design, and build new ways to make Twitter better. #HackWeek gives our team the time and space to imagine what might be, to find solutions for problems, and to practice innovation through experimentation.
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Riffr is a social network powered by sound.
Through the Riffr app, users speak their mind, listen to their heroes, educate others and become informed through the power of audio.
Users follow other Riffrs and have their own followers.

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Prnewswire
BOSTON, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Listen closely, and today you will hear the news about a new audio-driven social media platform, Riffr, launched by...
AmericanInno
The concept of a democratic internet includes making sure all voices get heard - not just metaphorically, but literally, too. And a recently-launched audio social network called Riffr wants to do exactly that. Riffr is in the same family of social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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Brings you today's best short audio stories

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Alex Carter
Alex Carter- Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
60dB is primarily focused on delivering personalized feeds of short form audio to the listener, but there is also standard podcast management, including customized playlists for subsets of shows and keywords that dynamically populate over time (This one titled The Resistance is a fun one: https://60db.co/collection/5ee24...)
Daniel Ehevich
Daniel Ehevich- Sr. Director of Sales, Taptica
This is a fairly new product but you can give them a spin!
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