We wanted this player to work for every type of podcaster,” said RawVoice / Blubrry Creative Director Brian Yuhnke. “We designed the player to not only look good, but to follow the standards of desktop and mobile devices.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) June 07, 2016
Podcast pioneer Blubrry has debuted a new and improved audio player that offers enhanced features and a fresh design.
Available for Blubrry hosting customers, podcasters can post the player on any website via an embed. Customers can find the embed for their published episodes in the “Episodes” section of their podcaster dashboard; it has also been built into the latest version of PowerPress (7.0), the Blubrry WordPress podcast plugin available today.
The player provides more than the ability to play content, such as social sharing, subscribing, downloading and a link to show notes. The upcoming service, PowerPress Sites will provide the new audio player as a default for all users.
“Our non-branded podcast player allows us to serve podcasters that are not necessarily on the WordPress platform, while still making it easy for podcasters to post, upload and publish via the Blubrry.com publishing platform,” explained Blubrry CEO Todd Cochrane. “It is available in PowerPress for our hosting customers as well.”
“We wanted this player to work for every type of podcaster,” said Blubrry Creative Director Brian Yuhnke. “We designed the player to not only look good, but to follow the standards of desktop and mobile devices, and include the essential player features, such as playback rate and volume control.
“It’s easy to use, flexible, responsive and adaptable. With so many ways to listen to and share podcasts, it’s essential that we provide a player that can stay on this course,” Yuhnke said.
Since 2005, Blubrry media communities and directories have offered content creators the power to make money through advertising, receive detailed audience measurements and host their audio and video.
For more details questions, contact Todd Cochrane 808-741-4923 or firstname.lastname@example.org.