Podcasting is a Cinch with BlogTalkRadio

Today we launched a new service called Cinch. What is it? How about the easiest way to produce and syndicate a podcast. Or as Dave Winer called it, “The simplest podcast API ever.”

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Introducing Cinch, the easiest way to produce and syndicate a podcast.

Using Cinch is simple:

  1. Call (646) 200-0000
  2. Talk
  3. Subscribe or use as the RSS feed as an API – http://cinch.blogtalkradio.com/YOURPHONENUMBER

 

We provide the network, storage and feed. What can you build on top of this service?

12 thoughts on “Podcasting is a Cinch with BlogTalkRadio

  1. Kris Smith

    Hey Jeff, That feature will be coming in the next few days as we implement the ability to create a username and pin number to address the concerns from people around the web. However, the core functionality will remain unchanged and users will not be required to register and create a username or pin to use the service.

    On the API side of the house, you can see something I was able to create in about 30 minutes from my Cinch feed – http://croncast.com/cinchpub.rss . It’s a new feed without my phone number in it anywhere. I was also able to create a quick script that adds the Cinch messages as posts in my blog.

    Neither of my scripts are groundbreaking, but they are uses of the feed as a simple API. We think that there are many applications that can use Cinch as a backbone. And when they start arriving we’ll make sure to share them.

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  6. xdhimmi

    How can I delete recordings from my personal feed so that they cannot be accessed by other users? Thanks for your reply.

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  7. Harley

    why can’t I fast forward on my ipod, when i play a Blogtalk podcast. This has only started happening recently, when the advertisement has started. This doesn’t happen with other podcasts.

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