The Storyboard App launches on Android for Private Podcast Distribution
PRESS RELEASE — June 27, 2019
Palo Alto CA, USA—Storyboard - the App for Private Podcasts - expanded this week with the launch of Storyboard’s Android App in the Google Play Store.
New and existing clients will now be able to serve private, secure audio episodes to their listeners on all devices, along with the previously released Storyboard iPhone app. Using these apps, whitelisted listeners can access an organization’s private audio shows and download for offline listening, mirroring the experience of traditional podcasts.
After exiting beta in the spring, over 140 organizations have launched channels on Storyboard to bring podcast-style content to their companies and teams.
With the release of Storyboard’s Android app, the platform can continue to grow as a service for organizations who want to engage with their internal audiences in a new and compelling way.
Storyboard offers both a free tier for up to 100 listeners as well as a Pro suite for enterprise audiences. This includes listener analytics, audience feedback, and additional tools for large teams. Organizations and agencies looking to launch a private podcast channel can learn more at TryStoryboard.com.
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