Even Staples, the office supply store, can’t resist the lure of podcasts. The retailer is teaming up with a company called Spreaker to build podcast studios at six of its stores in the Boston area.
The studios will be soundproof, have enough space for four people to record, and will sync with Spreaker’s technology so people can get discounted access to its hosting and distribution services. A recording specialist will be on hand to help, too, and a 60-minute session costs $60. Although that fee only covers the actual recording time, Staples will give people discounts on editing services from We Edit Podcasts if they need help.
The studios are part of broader store renovations for what the company calls Staples Connect, which are stores…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts