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Which podcast platform should I use to host a new, casual podcast?

Seems like Anchor, Breaker, Libsyn, and a ton others exist... in terms of bang for the buck, any recommendations?

I'm also not thinking huge production value β€” basically an audio/spoken blog.

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itsjackcohen's avatar
2 years ago

Strong +1 for Anchor (Anchor.fm) and Descript (www.descript.com).

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@maguay (replying to @itsjackcohen )
2 years ago

I've only been on a few podcast episodes and rarely record audio, but Descript's ad video has me wanting to record one just to try out its editing features.

Does it really work as well as they say at editing text out of the script or changing words seamlessly?

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andriigrh's avatar
9 months ago

I'm using Anchor for mrhackio podcast - https://mrhack.io. But, considering Descript, as it has better integrations with transcriptions. Maybe there is already an integration Anchor + Capiche?

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