Create a new podcast

To create a new podcast go to http://www.podigee.com/podcasts (log in if necessary) and click the New Podcast button in the top right corner. A new podcast will now be created and you will see a form to configure it’s settings.

Editing help

To edit an attribute just click into the according field and change the content. Your changes will be saved as soon as you leave the field or click the Save button in the top right corner of the form. You will then see a notification if the change was successful or not.

On the right side of the screen you can see your progress while entering the settings for the podcast. Here we show you which data is still missing to make the podcast public for your listeners to find.

General settings

Here you need to enter the most basic information about your podcast like the title:

Setting Description Mandatory?
Title The title of your podcast. yes
Default Authors A comma separated list of the members of the podcast. yes
Subtitle A short tagline that describes your podcast in a few words. yes
Description A more detailed description about the podcasts topic(s) to give your future listeners an idea what your podcast is about. yes
Subdomain The name of the blog is a subdomain that can only contain letters A-Z, a-z, numbers 0-9 and dashes. yes
Domain Your own domain for the podcast / blog. no
Theme Choose a theme for your blog. yes
Blog header image The image that will be shown as the main image of your blog, it will look like a banner image most of the time. no
Cover image The cover image is used by podcast clients like iTunes. We recommend a 1400x1400px jpg or png image. no
Quality The podcast media quality defines the bitrate and mono / stereo modes for the encoded media files. yes
Category The category helps the listener to know what your podcast is about. yes
Explicit language Some podcast clients have parental control features which allow to filter podcasts if they contain explicit language or adult content. no
Language The language your podcast does mainly use. If your podcast is multilingual, you can use the keywords to specify it. yes
Keywords The keywords allow to classify the podcast. Adding keywords is like tagging the podcast. Use one or two words to describe what the main topics of the podcast are in order to allow listeners to know what they should expect, for example music, news, interviews, rock, heavy metal. no