Partner News: Introducing our New Web App & Embeddable Player
Stitcher is excited to annouce that we have launched our fully featured web app, a completely redesigned version of Stitcher built on HTML5 and optimized to play your shows on the web across multiple browsers. The web app even syncs with the mobile app allowing your listeners to seamlessly access your shows on Stitcher. It is getting terrific early feedback, including some great press coverage.
This expanded platform means Stitcher is now able to offer a simple, engaging player widget to embed on your websites, blogs, wherever. The HTML5 player is cross-browser compatible so your shows may be played and shared by anyone accessing your site. The player widget is available in four standard, convenient sizes and your player widget activity counts toward your Stitcher List ranking (the higher the rank, the easier it is for listeners to discover your show). So pick up your easy-to-install players in the Stitcher Provider Portal today.
Thank you so much. We hope you like the new player and we look forward to hearing from you! Please be in touch with questions, ideas, or if you need anything from the Stitcher Content Team.
http://www.PaulColligan.com Paul Colligan demonstrates the use of the blue Mikey microphone as a recording device for the iPhone 5. Nothing tricky here -- just a microphone, lightning connector, and an iPhone 5. Works great on the iPad or iPad Mini too.
I fly a lot these days. And for those of you that fly much, you also know that flying with a friend is way better than flying solo. Luckily for me, I’m often accompanied by Mitch Joel. We fly together a bunch. When Mitch isn’t available, Pat Flynn may step in, or possibly Srinivas Rao, Jay Baer, or my friend Michael Stelzner.
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