Podcast production companies

Want help making your show? These folks know what’s what.

You’ve got an idea for a podcast, and lots of great plans for the content — but you could use some help on the execution side. You’re not alone, and that’s why podcast production companies exist. (You can also bring on an independent producer, but there are too many of those to list here.)

If you’re in the market for a production company — that is, you want some help on content development, marketing strategy, and/or technical production — there are a couple of different ways to go.

Full service agencies

These folks will help you design, craft, produce, and distribute your show from start to finish.

Production only

If you have a clear vision and straightforward needs around editing, you may not need a full-service firm; a simple polish-and-publish will do. These folks will tidy your ‘cast up and get it into the various platforms for you. They’ll also help you navigate hosting and any other technical details you need support with.

Podcast Consulting

Need an extra brain (or three) to assist with working through your podcast from idea to launch? These podcast consultants are here to help:

Agencies specializing in podcast advertising

Looking for more help getting your podcast off the ground?

Check out our resource guide for aspiring podcasters!


This article is part of a series on how podcasters can use RadioPublic to grow audience and engagement for their shows. Check out the rest of the series here.

Still have questions? Leave a response, or get in touch. We love helping podcasters grow and engage their audiences.

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