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Standard web hosting is often not optimized for podcast usage where traffic peaks after publishing an episode are normality. Slow downloads and unreachable websites are the consequences. Podigee Podcast CDN can help solve this issue without switching providers.
Why Podigee Podcast CDN?
Continue using your current hosting. No migration, no change of workflow! Just configure where your content currently is located. Done.
Guaranteed bandwidth no matter how popular your podcast is. Never worry about slow downloads and unreachable websites again.
Our delivery network is optimized for iTunes compatibility and explicitly created with podcast requirements in mind.
Works with all common web hosting solutions and podcasting plugins as well as Amazon S3.
Podigee CDN takes load of your website and feed so everything stays available when it matters most.
Get personal support when you need it. No automated answers, promised!
See what our customers are saying
I'm amazed to think that in our first half year, we're about to hit 10,000 downloads. Each episode has been a joy to make, and Podigee makes it so easy, including streaming to iTunes.“
Podigee Podcast CDN is a content delivery service built specifically for the needs of podcast shows. It allows you to deliver media files to your audience, without affecting website and feed performance.
Standard web hosting is not made for serving large media files to hundreds or even thousands of listeners. Our CDN is specifically made for this purpose and can be used as an addition to your current web host.
Yes, almost any web and cloud storage will work just fine, as long as it is publicly accessible.
The PPC was originally built in 2013 for the Podigee Hosting Service and has been battle-tested with terrabytes of podcast traffic. During that time we achieved an uptime track record of 99.99%.
A lot of downloads happen soon after releasing a podcast episode. This can be a real challenge for many standard web hosting offers. Therefore it is a wise choice to separate website/feed hosting and media file hosting.
Of course! As long as your server returns us the relevant files, you can use it.
Meet the team
Executive Director of Podcaster Happiness
Full Service Podcast Hosting
Chief Podcast Delivery Officer