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Podbean Now Supports Managing Multiple Podcasts in One Account

Thanks to user feedback, we have made it possible to manage multiple podcasts from one account, starting with our Unlimited Audio plan and up. We’re excited to announce that podcasters can now add podcast channels, whether Unlimited Audio or Unlimited Plus, to their existing accounts and manage the podcasts using one login.

To add a new channel, simply go to ‘Podcast’-> ‘Podcast Channels’ in your profile. Click “+New Channel” to create a new channel. You will then need to click the link to purchase the additional podcast channel. Unlimited audio channels cost $9/month if billed annually or $14/month if billed monthly. Unlimited Plus channels cost $29/month with annual billing or $39 month-to-month.

Read our FAQ for the steps and details of adding/managing multiple podcasts from one account.

If you need additional features such as private podcast channels, multiple admins, or user engagement intel data, check out Podbean’s Business/Enterprise Plans, view pricing or get a custom quote.

6 comments on “Podbean Now Supports Managing Multiple Podcasts in One Account

  1. Have these channel a different feed?
    Could be possible migrate a podcast from another platform to a new channel?

  2. Hi, this sounds great!

    One question though, I already have a few channels on induvidual Podbean accounts. Can I gather them all and control them from one place without having to create new ones?

    Thanks!

  3. Marcus Cauchi

    How do I merge my 2 podcast channels already on Podbean into one account?

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