Podcasts for All Elite Wrestling

Many professional wrestling fans have been pining for an alternative product. For many, All Elite Wrestling is shaping up to be that change. Following up their record breaking sell out crowd performances All In and Double or Nothing, their upcoming event Fight For The Fallen is free for United States viewers through Bleacher Report with a stacked card with names such as The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, Cody and Dustin Rhodes and the recently debuting Jon Moxley.

In honor of the upcoming Fight For The Fallen event on July 13, 2019, Podbean has selected some podcasts that cover all walks of the professional wrestling landscape. The following podcasts cover the various weekly and monthly promotions such as WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), AEW (All Elite Wrestling), NJPW (New Japan Pro Wrestling), Impact Wrestling, ROH (Ring Of Honor) and others, as well as interview various talents in the wrestling community.

You can find this topic featured in the Podbean app to listen on the go. If you don’t already have the Podbean app, download it for free in the App Store or Google Play store. It’s the best way to listen and discover new podcasts you’ll love, with recommendations of hot topics plus personalized recommendations based on what you listen to most. You can also listen to these podcasts online here.

Solomonster Sounds Off

SOUNDOFF-ITUNES2

Established in November 2007, Solomonster Sounds Off is a weekly podcast talking all things pro wrestling. Hosted and produced by Jason Solomon, a fan of nearly 30 years, the show takes a humorous, no-nonsense approach to the biggest stories in wrestling with a mix of breaking news, recaps and analysis, listener Q&A and the popular BUY OR SELL segment. In addition, Jason has had the pleasure of interviewing WWE Hall of Famers and legendary performers, including John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Shawn Michaels, Kurt Angle, Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, Bobby Roode, Rob Van Dam, “Diamond” Dallas Page, Booker T, Edge, Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard, Demolition, Jim Ross, Mean Gene Okerlund, Tony Schiavone, Bill Apter, Billy Gunn, Bob Holly, ROH champion Jay Lethal, Lucha Underground’s Catrina and many more.
Post Wrestling
POST-Wrestling_iTunes
John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWE Raw, SmackDown, NJPW, ROH, UFC and discuss the latest in pro wrestling news. New shows Tuesdays, Wednesdays and usually more.
What’s Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap show
Logo
Andrew, Joe, and Eric host a satirical show about all things wrestling. The guys recap Raw and SmackDown, cover breaking news, rumors, play trivia and answer fan questions. “What’s Wrong With Wrestling?” was also nominated for a Webby Award in 2017 for “Best Recap” in the podcast category. New episodes air every Wednesday morning.
The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast
Pod_2000x2000_V2
Join Matt Cardona (WWE Superstar Zack Ryder) and Brian Myers (WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins) as they talk about one of their favorite hobbies, collecting wrestling toys! Each week listen to two members of Mattel’s “Elite Squad” chat about the latest news, upcoming releases, toy history, vintage collecting and much more!
The Armchair Bookers Podcast
AB_Logo_with_White_BG_Smaller
The Armchair Bookers Podcast brings to you a weekly episodic wrestling analysis by five avid wrestling fans. The Armchair Bookers Podcast brings you hot button topics, interviews with your favorite (Marty The Moth, The Bullet Club’s Bad Luck Fale, Gino Gambino and Chase Owens , Ref Aubrey Edwards, Casanova Valentine, Rory Gulak and Noelle Foley to name a few) names and minds from all walks of the professional wrestling industry, as well as rebookings, wrestlers of the week and more. The Armchair Bookers Podcast also brings you the most current news and events in big league wrestling and wrestling in the tri-state area.

Smart Wrestling Fan
300x300logo
Smart Wrestling Fan was created by Joe Negron back in 2005. That’s all. Go have fun. Please.

Pro Wrestling Illustrated Presents
PWI_Pod
A lively discussion about the world of pro wrestling, hosted by Pro Wrestling Illustrated Senior Writers Al Castle and Dan Murphy

Pro Wrestling Lookback
IMG_8234
Pro Wrestling LookBack Podcast is an opinion based pro wrestling talk show on YouTube. At The Pro Wrestling LookBack, we LookBack, breakdown & discuss Pro Wrestling events from the past. In addition to looking back at old wrestling events. We also cover most major events in current day pro wrestling. As stated PWLB is an opinion based show, our goal to deliver the perspective of Canadian fans that love professional wrestling.

The Podbean Podcast App is Now Available on Apple CarPlay

podbean-podcast-app-carplay-e1553048629265.png

Wilmington, DE – March 20, 2019– Podbean has made it easier than ever to enjoy your favorite podcasts on-the-go. The Podbean app is now available on Apple CarPlay.

About CarPlay: Available on select cars, Apple CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use your phone in the car. You can get directions, make calls, send and receive messages, listen to music and podcasts, all in a way that allows you to stay focused on the road. Just connect your phone and go.

CarPlay supports Siri voice controls or works with the touchscreen or car’s controls. So, you can safely and easily navigate the Podbean app to discover and play podcasts. You may not even mind being stuck in traffic anymore!

If you are a podcaster, make sure to share the good news with your listeners so they know how convenient it is to use the Podbean app while on the road.

Podbean Unveils Enhanced Audio Recorder and Editing Features in its App

audio recorder app

The Podbean Podcasting App’s Audio Recorder Function Offers a Range of New Effects and Post-Production Tools

Wilmington, DE – January 24, 2019– The Podbean app features an audio recorder function, allowing podcasters to record and publish audio podcasts right from their iPhone or Android devices. The newly-released version of the app provides a robust suite of recording and editing features for the podcaster to create even better audio.

The latest version of the Podbean audio recorder provides a rich library of free background music in various styles and moods that podcasters can use in their recordings. It also offers special effect sounds, tone adjustment, and echo effects to mimic different surroundings. After recording, podcasters can use the editing features to cut the audio, merge two recordings or split recordings. Podcasters can also import background music and other audio files, as well as export their recorded audio to easily use other professional editing tools or repurpose content.

“As we all do more on our mobile phones, we’re encountering more podcasters who want to be able to record and publish on the go,” said David Xu, Podbean’s CEO. “We released the audio recorder in the app in 2016 and have continued working to make it more functional for podcasters producing mobile audio. This is the first in a series of upgrades to the recording and post-production features in the Podbean app.”

For an overview of features, visit Podbean’s audio recorder page. You can download the Podbean app free from the App Store or Google Play. Podbean is seeking feedback to continue improving and enhancing the audio recorder for podcasters. Contact Podbean Support to provide feedback or get help.

What Podbean’s Listener Community Means to You, the Podcaster

Podbean app

In addition to providing innovative podcast hosting services, Podbean has a strong listener community. With over one million active users, the Podbean app is increasingly where podcast fans go for their podcasts.

The Podbean app offers many listener-friendly features. It’s also beneficial for podcasters, who can interact with listeners and get exposure. (You can also record and publish using the app!) To improve podcast discovery, the app organizes podcasts in categories and unique topics (like “Scary Stories” for Halloween). Podbean also prominently displays featured and recommended podcasts. The system analyzes users’ behavior to suggest podcasts they might like as well.

The Secret Room Podcast Case Study

Being Featured in the Podbean App=An Explosion of Downloads and Subscribers

We always hear from podcasts about their growth in downloads and subscribers after being featured. Today, we’re going to share a case study with specific numbers. The Secret Room podcast was featured in the Podbean app recommended banner for a little over a week. Here is what Ben Hamm, co-host of The Secret Room, had to say:

Podcast discovery is an issue that’s been vexing our nascent industry since day one.  Aside from word of mouth, which is perhaps the most accessible and powerful marketing tool podcasters have, getting the attention of media is a powerful audience driver.  The Secret Room has enjoyed its greatest subscriber bumps when we were featured on iTunes and the Canadian Broadcasting Company….and the Podbean app. 

I’ve been so lucky to receive advice and support from other podcasters.  In return to the community I’m delighted to pull back the curtain on the impact being featured on the Podbean app had on Secret Room downloads.  People should note that while being featured is a key part of the puzzle, you also have to have compelling artwork to get those click throughs to your show, and great content to retain ears.

Statistics after Podbean app feature:

Average release day downloads: increased 80%

Average daily downloads: increased 200%

Podbean subscribers: growth of almost 400%

Podbean plays: 130% increase

*based on the higher #s of the range before and during the Podbean feature

The Secret Room: a podcast about the stories no one ever tells, can be found on Podbean and on the Podbean app.

Want to get extended exposure to Podbean’s listener community? Sign up to promote your podcast with a banner in Podbean’s app.

A Better Podcast Listening Experience with Intelligent Speed & Volume Boost

We’ve added two exciting new features to the latest version of the Podbean iOS app. With these features, users get a better listening experience customized to their needs and listening conditions.

Instruction page

Intelligent speed shortens silences in the podcast without distorting the audio. It’s a great way to save your listening time while still enjoying the audio as it was meant to be.

Volume boost normalizes volume to make listening in noisy situations easier. With dynamic compression equalization, you get a more consistent volume. This can really help when podcasts don’t have perfect sound and or for times when there’s a lot of background noise.

To use these features, simply click on the “speedometer” icon on the bottom right when listening to a podcast. You will be able to apply the features there. You can read more about How to Use Intelligent Speed and Volume Boost in the Podbean iOS app here.

Better Listening with Enhanced Android App Features

We’ve added two exciting new features to the Podbean Android app (coming soon for iOS too). With these features, you can customize your listening experience to your preferences and listening conditions.

Instruction page

Volume boost normalizes volume to make listening in noisy situations easier. With dynamic compression equalization, listeners get a more consistent volume. This can really help when podcasts don’t have perfect sound and for listening when there’s a lot of background noise.

Intelligent speed shortens silences in the podcast without distorting the audio. It’s a great way to save time while listening at a normal speed.

To use these features, simply click on the “speedometer” icon on the bottom right when listening to a podcast. You will be able to apply the features there. You can read more about How to Use Intelligent Speed and Volume Boost for Podbean’s Android podcast app here.

 

How to Make a Podcast on an iPhone

For a simple podcasting setup on your iPhone, the free Podbean podcast app is a great tool. Get the free Podbean app from the app store now. You can make a podcast on an iPhone in a few minutes by following these simple steps.

1.Sign up with your Facebook account or an email address.

iOS app starting page

2. Enter the recording page by clicking the red “Record” button on the home page.

home page microphone

Or, click the person icon on the top right to enter your personal profile page and then click the red “Record” button.

home page person icon  person center microphone

3. Click on the red Record button (microphone icon) to start recording. You can tap to pause and resume at any time. You can also hit the play icon on the screen to listen to what you’ve recorded so far or hit the trash icon to delete.

If you make a mistake or have audio you wish to cut, simply tap stop at any point and hit “edit” (the scissors icon). You will see the audio file and can drag back to the point you wish to cut and hit “trim”. Then, continue recording and when done, hit “Save”.

start recording  save recording

(Optional) Importing audio: You can also import audio recorded using other apps. On the record page, tap on the three dots on the top right and choose “import audio”. This will bring up a screen where you can choose from the audio files on your phone. Select the audio you wish to use and hit “Done”. From here, follow the steps below.

recording page menu  import audio

4. After hitting save, you will be taken to the “My Drafts” page. Tap the upload icon and you will go to the episode publishing screen, where you will need to add an episode title (five characters minimum), and can add an episode description and optional image. You can also choose to share the episode to Facebook and Twitter when it publishes. Click “Publish” when you’re ready, or “Save Draft” (top corner)*. Click the edit icon by a draft to continue publishing it.

*Please note that if you log out of the app, drafts won’t be saved.

save recording  upload in the ios app

publish episode  new episode

Congratulations, you’ve just made a podcast on your iPhone! Your podcast is online now.

If this is a new account (or you wish to edit your information), click the three dots next to your podcast title to edit your podcast title, logo, category or description.

home page person icon  edit button  edit podcast information

Recording Tips: To record, you can use the iPhone’s speaker, but be aware of background noise and audio quality. A good headset or even iPhone earbuds often produce decent sound quality. Or, you can get an external microphone. There’s a wide selection of external mic options for podcasting, depending on your budget and audio needs.

It’s just that easy to make a podcast on an iPhone using the Podbean app! Some podcasters use their iPhone to record all their episodes, while others use the Podbean app occasionally when recording on location, doing live shows, and on-site interviews.

When you sign up, you’re given a free Podbean hosting account. See Podbean prices and features for hosting options. You may wish to upgrade to get all Podbean’s great podcasting features. If you need to make changes or otherwise manage the podcasts made on your iPhone, you can manage all published episodes on Podbean.com in your dashboard.

How to Make a Podcast on Android

For a simple podcasting setup on your Android phone, the free Podbean podcast app is a great tool. Get the free Podbean app from the Play Store now. You can make a podcast on Android few minutes by following these simple steps.

Steps to Make a Podcast on Android

1. Sign up with your Facebook account or an email address.

Android app starting page

2. Enter the recording page by clicking the red “Record” button on the home page.

microphone icon in the home page

Or, click the person icon on the top right to enter your personal profile page and then click the red “Record” button .

person icon in the home page  microphone in the personal center android

3. Click on the red Record button (microphone icon) to start recording. You can tap to pause and resume at any time. You can also hit the play icon on the screen to listen to what you’ve recorded so far or hit the trash icon to delete.

If you make a mistake or have audio you wish to cut, simply tap stop at any point and hit “edit” (the scissors icon). You will see the audio file and can drag back to the point you wish to cut and hit “trim”. Then, continue recording and when done, hit “Save”.

start recording android app  save recording

(Optional) Importing audio: You can also import audio recorded using other apps. On the record page, tap on the three dots on the top right and choose “import audio”. This will bring up a screen where you can choose from the audio files on your phone. Select the audio you wish to use and hit “Done”. From here, follow the steps below.

recording page menu android  import audio android

4. After hitting save, you will be taken to the “My Drafts” page. Tap the upload icon and you will go to the episode publishing screen, where you will need to add an episode title (five characters minimum), and can add an episode description and optional image. You can also choose to share the episode to Facebook and Twitter when it publishes. Click “Publish” when you’re ready, or “Save Draft” (top corner). Click the edit icon by a draft to continue publishing it.

save recording  upload recording

publish podcast android app  new episode android app

Congratulations, you’ve just made a podcast on Android! Your podcast is online now.

If this is a new account (or you wish to edit your information), click the three dots next to your podcast title to edit your podcast title, logo, category or description.

person icon in the home page  podcast menu

Edit button.png  publish podcast android app

Recording Tips: To record, you can use the Android speaker, but be aware of background noise and audio quality. A good headset or earbuds often produce decent sound quality. Or, you can get an external microphone. There are many good options, depending on your budget and audio needs.

That’s all it takes to make a podcast on Android! Some podcasters make a podcast on Android exclusively, while others use this process for occasional episodes when on the road, recording lectures or sermons, or doing live interviews.

When you sign up, you’re given a free Podbean hosting account. See Podbean prices and features for hosting options. You may wish to upgrade to get all Podbean’s great podcasting features. If you need to make changes or otherwise manage the podcasts made on your Android, you can manage all published episodes on Podbean.com website in your dashboard.

 

Turn Your Sermons into a Podcast in Three Steps

Want to put your sermons online for church members (and others) to access anytime? Podcasting is a great way to share church sermons, teachings, and daily devotionals. This gives your followers a regular dose of inspiration that they can easily incorporate into their busy lives.

church1

It doesn’t have to be overwhelming to turn your sermons into a podcast. Creating a church podcast is easier than ever with Podbean’s mobile app. Here’s how you can turn your sermons into a podcast in three steps:

  1. Record your sermons (or other teachings, devotionals, etc.) using the Podbean app on your phone. First, download the free Podbean app (for iPhone and Android) and sign up for your Podbean account. You can simply put the phone near your pulpit to record, or use a headset (even the iPhone earbuds produce good quality audio) to record yourself sharing your message. You can edit the recording later also.
  2. Publish your sermon podcast. Create a title (and optional description) for this recording and hit “publish” when you’re ready to go. That quickly, your message can be accessed by your followers, via iTunes, Google Play, the Podbean app, on their computers, and in many other podcast apps.
  3. Share your new church podcast! You can easily share to social networks and embed your podcast on your church website and other sites. You can even share to Facebook and Twitter directly from the app when you publish. Now, your church members and others can hear your message even if they can’t make it to church. And, they can continue to reflect and deepen their understanding and connection in daily life.

church2

Here’s a little more information about recording and publishing church sermons in the Podbean app:

Step-by-step instructions for the Podbean Android app

How to record and publish with the Podbean iPhone app

Now, you know how to turn your sermons into a podcast with your phone! We’ll also be sharing more about how churches are using podcasts, different options for recording, and various features that can help make your church podcast even better. Click “follow” in the sidebar to get our latest posts.

If you have any questions as you turn your sermons into a podcast, you can contact our Support team.

Improved Comments Management in the Podbean App

Thanks to valuable podcaster feedback, we’ve made some great changes to the Podbean app. Users mentioned that it could be hard to locate and manage listener comments. You can now manage comments all in one spot, so there’s no more scrolling through episodes trying to find new comments.

Here are the easy options for viewing and managing your podcast comments:

  1. Go to your user center in the Podbean app and manage all your comments right there. The comments here will include all your podcast’s comments as well as any comments you’ve made on other podcasts. You can click “manage comments” to view, reply, delete or block comments on your podcast (and view profile or reply to comments on other podcasts).managecommentscomment
  2. Go to the podcast page. You will see a red button at the top, “Comments” where you can view all the comments on the podcast.comment2

The listener engagement functions in the Podbean app are a great way to interact with your listeners and build a strong community. Happy podcasting!