Resonate Private Hosting

Private podcast hosting for every scenario

Everything you need to distribute a private podcast for your organization.

Protect your content with powerful tools

World-Class Security and Privacy

Built with security in mind, we offer solutions across a spectrum of accessibility and privacy. 

Detailed Analytics Measure Impact

Track who listened to your content to ensure your podcast is having a measurable impact.  

Seamless Team Collaboration

Add team members to manage content, view analytics, and manage your private podcast subscribers.

Automatically Add Subscribers

Developers can easily manage private podcast subscribers through the Resonate API. 

We’ve had a great experience with Resonate—it’s allowed us to create a podcast that we can restrict to a known list of people, while still allowing them to listen in the same way as they do with all their other podcasts. This has been a huge boon to adoption, and Resonate made it possible.

Ian Varley, Principal Architect, Salesforce

Four methods of private podcasting

1. Private RSS Feed

Keep your podcast out of directories

Resonate Private RSS Feeds notify podcast directories like Apple, Spotify, and Google not to index your podcast. Anyone with your feed link can subscribe to the show in their favorite podcast app, making this great for shows who want so light privacy, but aren’t concerned if a friend-of-a-friend can hear the show.
Private RSS Feed (No-Index)

2. Authenticated Embed Player

Embed your podcast on your intranet

The Authenticated Embed Player can embed podcast episodes to your organization’s intranet, employee portal, or a subscribers-only website. This method is highly secure and difficult to access.

3. Unique Subscriber RSS Feed

Paywall your content

Unique Subscriber RSS Feeds generates a unique rss feed for every single subscriber of a podcast. This gives the creator full control to grant and revoke access to users after your podcast has been published. 

Unique-RSS-for-Private-Podcast

4. Restricted Subscriber Microsite

Restrict listening to a secure microsite

Restricted Subscriber Microsite’s make listeners create a password-protected account on Resonate before logging onto your podcast microsite. This option logs all of the data from the Resonate Embed Player and keeps your audio off of all other platforms.

Why create a private podcast?

Employee Onboarding

Train new employees and foster healthy culture with onboarding and training courses. 

Town Halls & Team Meetings

Repurpose confidential content from organization town halls, team meetings, and calls.

Sales Team Training

Train your sales team, share product updates and crucial information to the (mobile) frontlines.

Organization Announcements

Keep your remote team aligned and engaged with announcements, updates, and messages from leadership.

Monetise with Paywalled Content

Publish exclusive content like extended interviews, exclusive episodes, or a members-only podcast on your website.

Take the University Classroom on the Go

Share lectures and other educational content to your students, and collect data for accountability.

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Starts at $99/mo for up to 65 users. Fill out the form below and you will be redirected to another page to schedule a call with our team for a custom quote. 

FAQ's

By definition, there is no such thing as a completely "private" podcast. Audio that can be downloaded over a network can be recorded and shared. But there is a spectrum of audio accessibility and privacy. Private podcasts are more protected and more difficult to access. Standard podcasts available in Spotify are the least protected and very easy to access with an app.


While even private podcasts can be recorded and shared in other mediums, there are strong limitations that can be set up to prevent that audio from being visible to people in the first place before they are able to record or distribute it separately.

Yes. Developers can use the subscribers API endpoint to manage their private podcast hosting subscribers. Read the full Resonate API documentation to learn more. 

Private and internal podcasts are used for an incredibly wide range of purposes. Here are a few of the most common examples: 

  • Corporate or internal communications
  • Paid subscriber-only content
  • School and educational institution content
  • Paid courses