– A Haven for Podcasts

If your trip to the iTunes store leaves you looking for more in the way of podcasts, you might want to give Blurbrry a try. This social podcasting network plays to heaps of independent content.

So if you’re looking for entertainment, news, videos or even something educational Blubrry’s sure to have it. Filter podcasts by tags, categories, keywords and top picks. Subscribe to your favorite podcasts using MyCast; with one click you can subscribe to as many podcasts as you like and you can share your picks in your profile. Blubrry also features the usual networking tools: friends, comments, messages and sharing. For you podcasters out there, Blubrry provides a podcast player, proactive marketing, and revenue via advertising deals. Blubrry will negotiate your deals; you keep 70% of the profits and full control of your content. Blubrry’s free to use. In Their Own Words

“Blubrry is a social podcasting community that connects podcast producers, advertisers and everyone looking for great independently produced content.
In our community you’ll find copious amounts of news, entertainment and educational programs in both audio and video format. Blubrry is a great place to start when looking for content that excites you. We offer hundreds of audio and video podcast channels producing thousands of hours of content per month to provide you with news, education and entertainment. Access to so much content can be overwhelming. That’s why we provide you with features that make it easy to find, subscribe to and share your favorite podcasts.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Blubrry offers flexibility to both podcasters and their listeners. Audience members get a huge selection to choose from, and most content is free of charge. Podcasters can expand their audience and earn money. The 70% revenue share is a better deal than most other services can offer, plus podcasters retain full control of their content.

Some Questions About

Podcasting still isn’t as popular as it could be– its appeal seems to be limited to academics, students, etc. Will Blubrry be able to capture a large audience? Does it offer quality content?