Recently, PodcastOne introduced new mobile software that enables listeners to enjoy PodcastOne’s audio programs in style. The 360-degree video recording is also equipped with an array of interactive social functions. The app is available for free on Apple’s App Store, its website, and Google Play.
A Wide Array of Features
The 360-degree video recording helps listeners watch and hear an array of shows. Fans can also contribute to discussions as well as accessing photographs that cannot be found anywhere else. The app also enables listeners to send personal messages to other listeners as well as answering survey questions. From using the app, members can accumulate points, which can be exchanged for a variety of bonus services and features.
PodcastOne has partnered with Mandt VR. The two firms have already released over 1,000 video recordings, enabling PodcastOne listeners to enjoy podcasts uniquely. The two companies add new collection on a weekly basis. The app does not only allow people to view studio-recorded programs but also give them a chance to watch live events and shows.
How Does It Work?
After the partnership, Mandt VR installed modern equipment in all PodcastOne recording studio. Facilities located in Beverly Hills, Burbank and New York have already benefited with this technology. With this technology, hosts can use mobile equipment to continue recording VR footages when they are away.
About Mandt VR
Mandit VR was established in 2015. The California-based firm focuses on the production of videos in augmented reality, mixed and virtual formats. The company boasts of an excellent team of employees, who have unmatched experience in movie studios and TV.
Norman Pattiz takes part in revolutionizing podcasts. The radio personnel has been in press industry for around 40 years. In 1976, Pattiz was elected as the president of the podcast (https://www.facebook.com/normanpattiz). Norman Pattiz established Westwood One, a popular firm for providing traffic programming, sports, entertainment, news, and reality shows. The company distributed NCAA Basketball, CBS News, NFL Football, Super Bowl, March Madness, CNN radio, and Summer and Winter Olympic games.
Pattiz launched Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010 to form and dispense on-demand programming. The gifted initiator formed PodcastOne to take care of the untapped openings in the sector. The project is currently the leading in production and distribution of programs. Both President George Bush and Clinton have recognized his contributions to the media industry. He is also part of the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States. Norman Pattiz opened the Arabic radio and television that broadcasts in over 20 nations in the Middle East. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norman-pattiz