Apple apparently is hoping to purchase exclusive rights to original podcasts, announced Bloomberg. The organization has connected with officials of media organizations, yet there’s no reasonable procedure set up yet. Since Apple’s share of the podcast market is so large (anywhere from 50 to 70 percent of podcast listeners are estimated to tune in on the Podcasts app), any movement would likely shake up the industry.
With shopper interest for digital podcasts on the ascent, all the more podcasting stages have moved to exclusive content. Spotify and Stitcher – Apple’s rivals in the podcasting space – as of now have their very own exclusive programming. Simply a month ago, Spotify marked an exclusive digital podcast deal with Higher Ground, the production organization of President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. The streaming stage has a full line-up of digital podcast special features, incorporating Riggle’s Picks with humorists Rob Riggle and Sarah Tiana, The Joe Budden Podcast, Stay Free: The Story of the Clash, Jemele Hill is Unbothered and Amy Schumer Presents. Stitcher’s slate of unique programming incorporates shows featuring Katie Couric and Marvel’s Wolverine: The Long Night.
Since building the Podcasts stage onto iTunes in 2005, Apple hasn’t made any moves to adapt it. The organization doesn’t run advertisements or charge makers for facilitating on its stage. However, with exclusive programming that all could change. Clients might be persuaded to stay with Apple so they can tune in to their most loved podcasts, or they may pay extra for a podcast membership administration in the style of Apple Music or Apple TV Plus.