Launching a new podcast is a lot of work: choosing a title, learning your equipment, setting up your website, settling on a format. The last thing you want as a new podcaster is to have to worry whether your music is appropriately licensed for use on your show.
That’s why Blubrry is working with the respected music licensing platform SourceAudio to offer music for use in podcast episodes. Podcasters will be able to choose from thousands of tracks specially designed for podcast use, at a discounted rate exclusive to Blubrry.
There are two options for using this valuable service: subscribe at $9/month, or purchase a single track for unlimited use. Note that all prices are for a single podcast use: if you have more than one podcasts, you can add them to your subscriptions as well for an additional cost.
“We are incredibly excited about partnering with Blubrry,” says Douglas Reed, EVP, radio and library services at SourceAudio. “Blubrry’s reputation in the podcast hosting community is unmatched. We look forward to working with them to provide a terrific and much-needed service to podcasters big and small.”
“Finding legal music available for podcasts has always been challenging, leaving few suitable and desirable options for creators,” said Todd Cochrane, CEO of Blubrry. “This new offering will improve tenfold the availability of legal music for podcast producers.”