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How to create a private internal podcast for your team, company, organization

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Note: In terms of security, we recommend that companies treat private podcasts the same way as internal company email: folks should know not to share it, but there's nothing stopping them from doing so.

That's because anything that's published on the public internet carries the risk of being discovered, and shared, by non-intended recipients. (Even when it's password protected).

This is especially true for podcasts because audio files are downloaded by individuals to their podcast players.

Furthermore, using simple screen recording applications, anyone could capture your audio (even if it was encrypted). There is, essentially, no way to make audio on the internet completely private. We recommend exercising your discretion when publishing content on private podcasts!

Most podcast players will not allow private podcasts to be submitted (or crawled) by public directories. Most podcast players will not allow a private podcast to be shared. However, Apple Podcasts currently has a bug which makes it possible to share a private podcast feed.

Want to start your own private podcast?

Take a look at our private podcast features.

Updated on: 09/05/2024

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