Art 19 vs Transistor

Comparing two Podcast Hosting Products

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Matthew Walker uses Art 19 for The Night Time Show and 2 other podcasts PodKit Member

Great host, though more expensive than most.

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Create unlimited podcasts for one monthly price. Invite team members, see your podcast's stats, and distribute to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts. We also offer private podcasting for your company or membership site.

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Noah Labhart uses Transistor for Code Story Noah Labhart is the CTO & Co-Founder of Veryable, and the Founder & CEO of Touchtap, a digital solutions studio. A tech veteran himself, La…

The product is solid - little to no issues! And the team that supports it is outstanding, and always has my best interest at heart.

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Chris Enns uses Transistor for Daily(ish) and 1 other podcast Podcast editor and producer for hire.

I dig that I don't have to decide if I want one or 10 podcasts. It's unlimited. And whenever I want to spin up a new idea, I can just hit "new podcast" and I'm ready to go.

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Justin Jackson uses Transistor Internet stuntman

Initially, for my first podcast, I hosted the website + feed on WordPress, and the files on Amazon S3. I thought it would save me money; I was wrong!

I ended up spending $20-$30 per month on AWS bills. It turns out, bandwidth is expensive!

That's why Jon and I started Transistor.fm. We wanted a place where you could host all your podcasts (in one place) for one monthly price.

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Simple hosting for multiple shows.

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Cams Campbell uses Transistor Scottish white male born in 1971. I only think in numbers.

The pricing. I really wanted to go with Fireside because I love Dan Benjamin's content, but being able to add multiple shows on the same account for the one price was what sealed the deal with Transistor.

I really wish they would hurry up and allow Markdown or even HTML use in their description boxes though!

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