Finding Your Podcast Feeds

To find your podcast feeds to plug into your podcast player…

  • Login to
  • Click on the FEEDS navigation button
  • Click on the MANAGE PODCAST FEEDS button
  • You’ll find all of your podcast feed urls here

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Recording Issue Update 3-13-20

We’ve been updating security and one of the items caused recordings to get stuck.  The recordings are going to be resumed and will begin to start showing up in your accounts.  We apologize for the issue.

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How to Delete Recordings

If you want to delete a recording, follow these steps:

  • Login to
  • Navigate to recordings
  • Click the manage recordings
  • Find the recording you want to delete
  • Click the “X” next to the recording on the far left

This will delete the recording.

If you have ticket archives, these cannot be deleted b/c they are shared from our archives that are shared and stored internally.

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Migration Complete – Saturday Recordings

We completed our migration over to the AWS environment and there was a small issue on Saturday when doing the last step that caused some Saturday recordings to be skipped.  We do apologize for the minor issue.  We’re fully in our Amazon setup and things should be smooth sailing moving forward.  Obviously growing pains happen, but we are checking things to see if those Saturday recordings might be out there and just didn’t know where to go…if that is the case, those recordings will show up.

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Use Alexa to Play Your Podcasts

If you have an Alexa sitting at your house and want to use it to listen to your favorite podcast you’ve saved in your account, we have just the solution for you.  Obviously, you’ll need to have a account type that gives you a podcast feed, but once you have this feature, asking Alexa to play your show is an option!

One of our customers (thanks Bobby!) alerted us to this and thought it was something to share with other customers.  It’s called “My Pod” and it’s free to use.  They do have upgrade options that require a monthly cost, but even those prices are cheap.  The paid-for options remove ads, gives more storage, more playing hours from the storage, unlimited playlists and they’ll even plant a tree on your behalf.

You can read more about it on the link above, but we’ll give the basics here.  The first thing you’ll need to do is enable the My Pod skill in your Amazon account by visiting this link.  Once this is enabled, you will see a button on the same page to “Link Account”.  This will give access to play from your My Pod account.

Once your My Pod account and Amazon account are connected, go back to My Pod and click the login button and it may ask to link again, do so if you see this, then you’ll be in your My Pod account.  You can add your Podcast URL’s by clicking the “Add Link to Playlist” button and give it a simple name so when giving the command, it will be easy to understand for Alexa.  It has an option to make it public … be sure you don’t check that box b/c you’ll have your podcast feed blocked from use if more than a few connections try to access it.

You can also look in the top right corner and click your name and you’ll see “My Account” that you can click and adjust your settings to fine tune how you want your audio played.

When setting it up for testing purposes, I had issues getting my Alexa to play the names I had setup.  Through troubleshooting, I have a few items that might help if you run into any issues like this:

  • Try unplugging your Alexa device for 30 seconds, then plug back in.
  • Try going to the Alexa My Pod page and clicking the “Disable Skill”.  Once you’ve done that, go back to the My Pod site and if you’re logged in, logout.  Then log back into My Pod from their site and it will ask you to “Allow”, click to re-link the skill to your account.  You might unplug your device for 30 seconds and give it another shot just to be sure.
  • In my case, I realized I was testing on my child’s Echo Dot for Children and due to the rating of ‘Mature’, it would not allow that skill to work.

I wound up using my Alexa app on my phone and my first test started playing the audio link I had setup.  Great skill if you have an Alexa device and want to ask Alexa to play your favorite audio you have stored in your Account.

Here are the instructions from their Amazon page:

Just some of the great features:

– Just ask for any popular podcast and My Pod will begin playing it for you.
– Add your favorite podcasts to a playlist and My Pod will remember and resume where you left the next time you play.
– Link to any normal web site and get Alexa to read the main content to you for example news or sites which don’t provide an RSS / Atom feed.
– Protected links in the case of subscription podcast links are supported.
– Play audio and video files and folders shared on Google Drive (Please note: Right-click on Google Drive file and click ‘Get shareable link’ to paste in to My Pod).
– Upload your MP3’s directly to My Pod for instant playback.

It’s really easy to get started:

1. Enable the skill and link your Amazon account by signing in via the Alexa app.

2. Either ask My Pod to play a podcast you know (all the popular ones are included) or go to and create a playlist. Then add some podcast links, audio or video streams or just upload your MP3’s straight to the website!

If you are having any problems or have a suggestion, please don’t just leave a bad review.

Contact us at: so we can help to get it fixed for you and everybody else!


Some of the things you can ask My Pod:

– Alexa, ask my pod to play <a podcast name>.

– Alexa, ask my pod to play my <playlist name> playlist.

– Alexa, ask my pod to play <link name>.


– Alexa, ask my pod for the next link.

– Alexa, ask my pod to play the next playlist.

– Alexa, ask my pod for the previous link.

– Alexa, ask my pod to play the previous playlist.

– Alexa, ask my pod to play my <playlist name> playlist from the beginning.

– Alexa, ask my pod to skip forward 10 minutes.

– Alexa, ask my pod to go back 30 seconds.

As well as the usual audio player commands:

Play, Pause, Stop, Start Over.

My Pod will remember your place with each link, useful for longer audio such as podcasts and audio books.

A full list of voice commands can be found here:

More help and frequently asked questions and help can be found on our website:

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Commercial Free Uploads Issue

We are finalizing our migration over to the Amazon Web Services and we have encountered an issue with uploads, which includes the commercial free files. We are working on it and expect to have it resolved as soon as possible. Once it is resolved, the files will start to show up in your feeds and your dashboard.

Apologies for the issue and thank you for your patience.

**UPDATE** this issue was resolved.

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Record Your Favorite Talk Show Hosts

DVR For Radio

Have you ever had to miss your favorite radio shows because you were busy with work or something else? Well, there’s a new software platform available to help you out.

The software known as allows you to easily record all of your favorite talk shows and radio broadcasts via an online platform, and it lets you play them back whenever you have the time to listen. In a lot of ways, it’s like having a DVR system for radio broadcasts.

There’s quite a bit going on under the hood of So, let’s go over what it can do and who it’s for.

Its Capabilities

If you’ve used a DVR, you already know a little bit about The software allows you to set a recording time, and it’ll automatically start recording live broadcasts while you’re busy with other things.

Starting a recording is easy. All you have to know is the show’s streaming URL, call letters, or station name, and you can set the software to automatically record the show once it starts.

After a recording is complete, you can go back and listen to it.

That’s not all you’re allowed to do, though. Most of the subscription tiers have editing tools that allow you to remove or export segments of a recording, and some of them allow you to download the recording for your personal archives.

There are two types of software, and both types are split into two tiers. First, you have a variant designed for personal use. That comes in a basic package and a more advanced package. The difference is mainly how many hours’ worth of audio you can record, and the higher tier allows you to edit your recorded audio.

It’s not all for personal use, though. Professional content creators can use to create content, archive their recordings, and automatically manage their own broadcasts through an embedded media player.

Of course, the four tiers require a subscription, but every new user gets a 30-day free trial, and the cheapest tier is only five dollars per month. Even the professional tiers are fairly priced.

Let’s go over five of the talk shows that you can record with That should give you a good understanding about what type of content you can record with the software.

Record Rush Limbaugh

If you’re in the mood for some conservative commentary, The Rush Limbaugh Show has you covered. It has topped the charts for American radio stations since 1988, and it’s still growing in popularity.

The show mostly consists of conversations about conservative views and politics, and Rush tries to make sense out of the current political landscape.

If you want to record Rush Limbaugh, create your account and when scheduling the show, just enter the show name and will have the stream info you need to use.

Record Michael Savage

If you want a bit more variety, you can record Savage Nation. It’s hosted by Michael Savage on more than 400 national stations, and he covers a wide range of topics.

The show is politically themed, and it aligns with his conservative views, but you can expect to hear conversations about sports, philosophy, and culture, too. His nutritional and medicinal expertise is also featured on the show, and he frequently talks about new findings in those fields.

Once you sign up for, just enter the show name and will have the stream info you need to use.

Record Sean Hannity

The Hannity Show offers a different take on conservative political commentary. While it has a lot in common with Rush Limbaugh’s show, it focuses more on conspiracy theories, and Sean Hannity doesn’t shy away from being controversial.

This is a show for people who love controversial content, and Sean’s personal relationship with the president allows him to talk about the president’s perspective in a more intimate way.

If you want to record the Sean Hannity show, create your account and when scheduling the show, just enter the show name and will have the stream info you need to use.

Record Mark Levin

There are actually two different shows that you can listen to that are hosted by Mark Levin. The Mark Levin Show is his main platform, and it features a variety of content, and he has a show on Fox News called Liberty and Levin.

Mark’s background as a lawyer and his multiple positions in the political arena tend to be major themes in both of his shows. He often speaks about different bills and laws, and he comments on them from a conservative standpoint.

Mark has also helped guide Rush Limbaugh’s legal department, and he was a major part of Ronald Reagan’s advisory team. His content isn’t as controversial as Sean Hannity’s, but he frequently draws on his past experiences to promote conservative viewpoints.

If you’re interested in recording The Mark Levin Show with, create your account and when scheduling the show, just enter the show name and will have the stream info you need to use.

Record Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham is the most prominent female talk show host in the conservative commentary arena, and her show The Ingraham Angle has grown in popularity due to her willingness to jump into debates that others shy away from.

Her show doesn’t focus on any specific political topic. She likes to talk about everything from immigration to racism, and she doesn’t mind generating controversy.

You can expect her show to draw from her experiences on The Rush Limbaugh Show, Savage Nation, and other high-profile conservative shows.

If you want to record the Ingraham Angle, create your account and when scheduling the show, just enter the show name and will have the stream info you need to use.

Final Thoughts

If you like to listen to radio talk shows, you probably know how difficult it can be with a busy schedule. By signing up for, you can record and save your favorite shows to listen to them at your leisure.

The prices are fair, the different tiers offer something for everyone, and you’ll never have to miss another broadcast from your favorite host.

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Record Your Favorite Streaming Radio

Have you ever wished there was a convenient, affordable way to record radio? Thanks to, this exactly what you can do! We offer a cloud-based service that allows you to easily and quickly record streaming radio shows you can listen to any time you wish. Think of it as DVR for your radio.

How It Works

Audio recorded through is stored on a remote server (“in the cloud’). Your radio recordings can be retrieved anywhere at any time. You also won’t have to worry about storage capacity, system performance, or even security. With recording for personal purposes, you’ll just need to know station name or the call letters, or have the stream URL. For professional needs, we give you access to recording and storage capabilities.

Enjoy Radio On Your Time

Forget timing your daily or weekly schedule so you don’t miss your favorite radio show during it’s normal broadcast time. With radio recording, you can enjoy your favorite radio shows easily and listen to them any time you want. See our list of shows to get an idea of what radio shows you can record with our platform. What’s more, all of your recorded radio shows will be easily accessible from our handy dashboard. When recording your favorite radio shows, you’ll also be able to:

  • Archive shows you know you’ll want to listen to again
  • Enjoy radio programs that may not be available in your physical location
  • Save radio shows you want to share with friends

Use for Your Podcasts

You’re also welcome to use our platform to customize your podcasts or offer them for your intended audience. Your podcasts can be hosted inside of a player on your own site. Our platform also allows you to prepare and transfer your podcast content if you are either new to podcast creation or limited with your internal resources.

Taking advantage of our services for your podcasts also means you won’t have to worry about software or the need to find other resources you may need to put together a sizeable collection of podcasts. The ability to archive content also means you can amass a vast selection of podcast content without worrying about having sufficient storage capability available.

Archive and Repurpose Your Broadcast Content

If you happen to be a professional broadcaster, can be used to archive your broadcasts and present them as podcasts or replays. We have custom player widgets you can use for this purpose.

Achieve Your Professional Goals is just as easy to use if you need to record audio for professional purposes. If you are in the radio business, you may need a way to conveniently log the shows you need to manage. Audio content can also be archived for internal purposes.

Stop Worrying About Software Demands

One of the biggest burdens associated with recording and presenting audio is keeping up with software obligations, technology, and demands. Our platform can literally be a great way to save time and money without the need to sacrifice on audio content quality and quantity.

This is an especially appealing benefit if you are a radio station or audio content creator not wanting to invest in audio recording software or archiving hardware. With, your audio content can be archived and conveniently presented to your visitors with our customizable embedded player.

Reasonable Pricing

Before checking out our reasonable pricing plans, use for free! Simply provide your email address and choose a password and you’ll have 30 days to try

Whether you want to record radio for your own personal use or for professional reasons, we think you’ll absolutely love Sign up today!

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UPDATE: Hard Drive Failures

We have successfully moved over to the Amazon Web Services and are recording there after our issue over the weekend.  Today (Monday July 1) the recordings are taking forever to process due to us not increasing the processing power.  We cannot increase this until later this evening, but once we do the long waiting time will go away.

The Musers, for example, has taken 4 hours and is almost completed.  The other shows aren’t as long, but expect processing time to be slower than normal today and we should be back in business tomorrow.

Again, we apologize for the headache.  Our new Amazon Web Services setup will greatly improve our ability to make changes and fixes on the fly.  We like to think of this as growing pains!


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Hard Drive Failures

Late Friday afternoon, 6/28/19, we had 2 hard drives fail on one of our servers.  This has caused many recordings to be hung in the processing state.  We recovered the server but several other issues started revealing themselves.  We have been in the progress of migrating over to the Amazon Web Services to ensure these type of issues no longer come up since they have hardware at the ready if anything does happen.

We are in the process of moving everything over the the AWS environment this weekend to resume recordings there.  All KTCK The Ticket shows will be restored, but unfortunately, other late Friday shows and weekend shows appear to have not recorded.  We are working to get this resolved ASAP.

We do apologize for this and expect these issues to be a think of the past once we’ve migrated over to AWS.

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