We have amazing customers! Here are some of the folks who use Transistor to host their podcast.
The broadcasting team at the Golden Knights chose Transistor to host their official NHL podcast. Visit their website →
Courtland Allan interviews startup founders. "Raw conversations with the founders behind profitable online businesses." Visit their website →
IBM has a number of well-produced podcasts on a variety of tech-related topics. Visit their website →
In his podcast, Alexis Ohanian (co-founder of Reddit) has candid conversations about what it means to be a father in today’s world and how they balance their careers and family. Visit his website →
When Basecamp was looking for a new podcast hosting platform, they turned to Transistor.
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Veteran Affairs was looking for podcast hosting based in the United States. Their show focuses on "coverage of health care, education benefits, VA careers, homelessness, recovery, mental health and messages from the Secretary."
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Named a top 27 business podcast by Fortune Magazine, upside examines startup investing outside of Silicon Valley.
The Podia team is doing their podcast right: they hired an experienced producer, who helped them craft a show that breaks the "branded content" mould. Visit their website →
Laravel is one of the most popular programming frameworks in the world. Its creator, Taylor, does a regular podcast where he gives PHP developers updates on the framework, shares what he's working on, and delves into questions posed on Twitter.
The Unbox Therapy YouTube channel has nearly 16 million subscribers. Lewis decided to start a new podcast channel called Lew Later. Soon, their YouTube subscribers were asking for an audio version. So they came to Transistor for audio hosting and distribution to Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.
Conni's podcast focuses on doing work that matters. She explores how listeners can create a meaningful life, through solo episodes, and the occasional interview with inspiring creators.
This is a lighthearted interview show brought to you by the Kickstarter Games Team: Anya, Luke, and Trin. In each episode, they attempt to make two games industry personalities become friends in under an hour!
Paul Jarvis is a writer and designer based in Canada. His most recent book, Company of One, was voted one of the best business and leadership books of 2019 by Amazon.
The Emmy Award-Winning Producers of RuPaul’s Drag Race have an official podcast. Every week, John Polly welcomes a bevy of RuPaul's Drag Race queens and insiders as they break down each and every episode of the show.
A podcast focused on Wisconsin's outdoors.It doesn’t matter if you live to hunt and fish, watch birds, love camping, or you're someone who likes to get outdoors for a walk every once in a while, there's something here for everyone.