Broadcast schedule
  • 09 Nov 2022
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Article Summary

Publishers can define a schedule of show times that can be displayed to listeners on our website.

Note - November 2021

The broadcast schedule feature was migrated from being defined inside each podcast channel to being setup at the publisher level. This allows it to apply to podcasts and/or radio stream under the publisher account.

How does it work ?

Our schedule allows a publisher to define zero or more broadcast slots, each of which sets:

  • It's duration (how long the show is)
  • It's broadcast times and days (when it is broadcast)
  • A description (what the show is about)
  • An optional linked podcast channel (where episodes for the show is published)

Relevant pages on our website will make this information available to users:

  • Podcast channel/show pages includes a "Schedule" button that is available if any of the slots in the publisher's schedule links to the show.
  • Radio stream pages will always include a "Schedule" button if any items are defined for the publisher.

Editing the schedule

The "Schedule" tab on the publisher account's admin panel allows slots to be added, removed and updated.

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Using the "Add schedule slot" button show a modal dialog where details for the slot is entered:

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All items are shown in the list after adding and have buttons to edit or remove them.

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Items which are linked to podcast shows will be high-lighted as a link to the show.

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This schedule can be then trigger from the publisher's radio stream page to display it to listeners:

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Schedule RSS feed

Customer can access a feed of their broadcast slots. This feed turns the schedule of items into a line-up for the week, starting with the current time. For more details see Integration into native apps using RSS.