Hear we go: Northern Ireland’s most impressive podcast studio opens for business

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Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
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A brand new podcast studio has opened in the heart of Newry and looks set to make [sound] waves in the Northern Ireland business community.

 

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Based on-site in popular co-working space Granite Exchange, the podcast studio is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art recording equipment.

The explosion of popularity in Podcasting over the last five years looks set to continue into 2021, offering Northern Ireland businesses tremendous opportunities.


7 million people in the UK listen to podcasts each week


According to Ofcom, around 7 million people in the UK now listen to podcasts every week.

 

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For those content creators who want high-quality editing of their podcasts, Granite Podcast offers a professional editing package.

The ultra-modern studio offers a range of podcasting products from straight-forward recording to the full production of ready-for-upload podcasts. 

The spacious studio can host up to four participants, and with the ever-growing popularity of Podcasting, it’s the perfect time for Northern Ireland businesses to launch their podcasts. 


“Significant increase” in hosting podcasts for commercial use


Granite Exchange members and staff spoke of their excitement at the official launch. 

Granite Podcast Studio Manager Colleen O’Hare said that with a 200% projected growth rate in UK podcast listeners in the next three years, now is the time for Northern Ireland businesses to make use of the marketing tool.

 

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“There has been a significant increase in hosting podcasts for commercial use,” she says.

And with recent research suggesting that six out of ten people would be happy to pay a subscription fee for premium podcast content, Colleen says local companies “can really tailor content specifically to their customer’s needs.”

She continued, “Northern Ireland businesses can also promote their services and products through the growing medium while having fun as part of the process.” 

Newry Podcast Studio “has everything you need for a fantastic podcast”


Colleen says Granite Podcast studio has everything you need to create a fantastic podcast.

“All of our staff are fully trained in using the equipment, so don’t worry if you’re not a seasoned podcasting veteran; we’ll be there when you need help.”

Colleen added, “At Granite Exchange, we pride ourselves on being an innovative and forward-thinking business, which is why a podcast studio will be a fantastic addition to our premises.

“We’re really excited to work with businesses throughout the country.”

 

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Interested in creating your own podcast?


Granite Podcast Studio charge just £40 + VAT per hour for a one-off session.

Need your podcast edited too by their experts?

The editing option costs just £40 + VAT per hour.

So for just £80 you can have your podcast professionally recorded and expertly edited.

For more information or to book your session visit: www.granitepodcaststudio.com

 

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