Spreaker And Musixmatch Announce Transcription Partnership

Spreaker, the leading podcast platform, and Musixmatch, the world’s largest lyrics database, are thrilled to announce their partnership to propel the podcasting industry forward in audio transcription. With the integration of Musixmatch’s cutting-edge transcription technology into Spreaker’s platform, podcasters will have access to unprecedented features to enhance their audio content.

While audio content consumption is growing astronomically, it’s still in its infancy when it comes to accessibility. This is especially the case when it comes to search engine discoverability, the hearing impaired, and people who may not be fluent in the podcast’s original language. The goal of this partnership is to provide podcasters with the best tool to transcribe their content empowering listeners to discover, enjoy and share podcast content which will help podcasters to grow their audiences.

With this collaboration, in the coming weeks, creators hosted on Spreaker will be able to automatically transcribe their podcasts into text using the Musixmatch podcast toolbox. This integration will benefit both creators and listeners alike, making it easier for listeners to follow along, improving accuracy when searching for specific content, and enabling accessibility.

Spreaker is a multi-faceted podcast platform that provides both independent content creators and established publishers with the tools and support to launch, grow and monetize their podcasts easy and fast. This new partnership will benefit thousands of creators using Spreaker, if you’re a creator looking for the easiest way to host, distribute, monetize, and now transcribe your content all in one place create a free account today at spreaker.com.

Musixmatch is an Italian music data company and platform for users to search and share song lyrics with translations. It is the largest platform of this kind in the world having 80 million users and 9M lyrics.If you want to discover the Musixmatch Podcasts toolbox and listen to thousands of already transcribed podcast episodes, visit here: podcasts.musixmatch.com

Binging on Transcribed Advertisements – PCN Show 029

PCN iTunes artworkIn this episode, Shawn and Jen discussing “binge-listening”, touch on the recent NPR controversy, and bring up an often overlooked reason why it is important to transcribe your podcast episodes.

Links Mentioned in this episode:

* Listening is the New Watching: The Best Podcasts to Binge-Listen While You’re Traipsing Around Campus
By Jasmine Kemper on College Times

* Deaf Man pleads with Bill Simmons to transcribe podcasts
By Dan Cahill on National

* This is the most unsatisfying thing about podcasts
By Francine Hardaway on Phoenix Business Journal

* Should You Advertise on Podcasts?
By Bob Hutchins on Business 2 Business

* NPR decides it won’t promote its podcasts or NPR One on air
By Joshua Benton on Neiman Lab

* Why NPR Changed How It Talks About Podcasts
By Elizabeth Jensen on NPR