Welcome to the Spreaker Help Center. Here you will find all the resources you need to learn how to use Spreaker. A good place to start is our Video Tutorials page, or the top FAQs below. If you are looking for Community Support or need to ask for technical help, please use our Help Center.
You may upload your originally created audio and/or music files to which you hold all appropriate permissions and rights.
You can also play tracks from our media library that features tracks which have been cleared for playing on Spreaker. Please note that these tracks are not cleared for other uses, including exporting your content to YouTube or other sites.
In general terms, if you are not the original author of the content you are uploading and the piece of content is not licensed under a license that allows redistribution and creation of derivative work then you should not use this content on Spreaker.
Simply because a listener can listen to your show numerous times. So if your biggest fan listens to your show 100 times, under the stats you'll see 1 listener, and 100 plays. To know how Spreaker tracks listening statistics check this post out.
Confirmation emails are generally sent out instantly. If you haven't received one yet, check your spam folder to make sure it didn't end up there by accident. Then try again to re-send it by clicking on the re-send button you will find on the top of the page.
Your media library is where all of your uploaded audio files go, and you can access it at any time. However your audio storage is quite different. Depending on whether you have a free or premium account, you will have a set number of hours in your audio storage that includes every audio file you upload, as well as podcasts you upload or record. For instance, with a "Free Speech" account you will have a total of 10 hours to work with. Once you've reached the limit, you will no longer be able to broadcast and will have to delete past recordings to make room.