Pocket Casts will soon be a new home. Tumblr and the parent company of WordPress.com are buying a podcast app for media radio groups, including Automatic NDR and BBC Studio. It did not automatically disclose how much it would pay for pocket costs. Co-founders Russell Ivanovic and Philip Simpson will be in charge of the pocket cassette team. It looks like automakers are already thinking about ways to incorporate the multi-platform application into their blogging tools.
“As part of Automatic, PocketCasts will continue to provide you with the features you need to enjoy your favorite podcasts (or discover new ones),” said a WordPress.com blog post. “We will explore how to create deeper integrations with WordPress.com and pocket cassettes, making podcasts easier to distribute and listen to.” Both blogs and RSS feeds are used for podcast distribution, so it makes sense to integrate the two platforms. Earlier this year, Spotify-owned Anchor teamed up with WordPress.com to convert written material into podcasts via text-to-speech tech. It will be interesting to see how Pocket Casts makes that partnership work.
Soon there will be a new residence. Tumblr and the parent company of WordPress.com are shopping together and together with public radio teams for automatic podcast apps. It did not automatically disclose how much it would pay for pocket costs. Co-founders Russell Ivanovic and Philip Simpson will be responsible for the Pocket Cassette Group. It appears that Automatic has already been fascinated with ways to incorporate multi-platform applications with running a blogging machine.
“As part of Automatic, PocketCasts will go ahead and give you if you want to enjoy your favorite podcasts (or discover something new).” “We will integrate deeply with WordPress.com and Pocket Cassettes and make it easier to distribute and listen to podcasts.” Every blog and podcast use RSS feeds to deliver, so integrating the 2 platforms is smart. Earlier this month, Spotify-owned Anchor teamed up with WordPress.com via text-to-speech technology. It will be interesting to see how Pocket Casts deals with that part of the partnership.