Podcast Production Directory: Help Wanted!

Sometimes we all feel like we could do with an extra pair of hands when it comes to certain parts of making our podcasts. Well why not check out these helpful people?

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There are some parts of the production process that we all wish we could skip. For some, it’s post-production and the long process of editing your episodes to perfection. For others, it might be transcripting or making show notes to publish up. Well, there are actually companies that you can pay to help you with getting all of this stuff done and much more, so that you can focus on recording and scripting your episodes.

Please Note: We won’t be publishing prices of these companies as for a lot of them it is based off of the individual client's needs.

Freedom Podcasting

Freedom Podcasting primarily offers editing and show note services. They mention that they can do transcription as well, but they cannot guarantee flawless transcriptions so they don’t actively offer them. They can also publish your episode for you with metadata to your chosen media host website. Their turnaround time is an impressive 2-3 days.

Lower Street

By giving consultations, ensuring that the way they handle your production is exactly the way that you want it to be. Lower Street offers a few different services, such as, editing to your notes, adding metadata so that your episode is upload ready, monthly analytical reports, and show notes or blog post writing. They have a turnaround time of no more than 1 week.

Music Radio Creative

Music Radio Creative offer editing services, a full branding service, but no transcription or show note creation. You can even commission them to create individual jingles for you. They offer pay-as-you-go prices so that you aren’t in any kind of contract with them. They have given a turnaround time of 1-5 days.

Podcast Editing Services

A very self explanatory name indeed; Podcast Editing Services offer exactly that. They can tidy up your audio quality, making everything sound better, and then actually cut your episode together including advertisements and intro/outros. They also offer transcription, show notes and trailer creation.

Podcast Motor

Podcast Motor has a team of audio professionals with at least 12 years experience, and they offer editing, transcription, show notes, metadata tagging and publishing services. They also offer extra help with launching a podcast, in order to try and help you get in that ‘New & Noteworthy’ section of iTunes.

Podcast Press

Podcast Press is another editing service for podcasters who specialise in dealing with the post-production process. They run it through everything, including, raising volume levels to industry standard, adding metadata to your episodes, and including jingles, intros and outros. They offer constant support and guidance and promote a turnaround time of between 3-5 working days.


Podigy specialises in covering the post-production process, stating that your episode would go past an audio repair team first who ensure that your audio sounds the best it possibly can, and then it passes on to an editing team who will cut your episode together, getting rid of pointless filler words or noises and dead air.


Podfly are a team comprised of people from well-known media companies, such as CNN and NPR, so you know your podcast is in good hands. They offer help and advice surrounding pre-production processes, and an editing service. They can also assist you with getting your podcast uploaded to a media hosting site as well, including helping you design good quality graphics to accompany it.

We Edit Podcasts

We Edit Podcasts offer multiple services, such as, editing, transcribing, typing up show notes, creating blog posts and much more. Their customer reviews show that they are extremely good with dealing with queries and concerns as well. Their turnaround time is a very speedy 48 hours, so they’ll have your podcast back to you very quickly.


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