Iotum launches new version of leading podcast platform TalkShoe

A New platform offers artificial intelligence feature unique to the industry

July 23, 2018- Toronto, Ontario. Iotum, a provider of cloud-based communication solutions, has launched a new and improved version of its podcast platform TalkShoe. TalkShoe was initially launched in 2006 and since grown into a large online community with a dedicated fanbase of podcasters.

Jason Martin president of iotum says “One of the biggest reasons fans have loved TalkShoe so much is based on the ability to have a two-way dialogue, just like a call-in radio show. TalkShoe promotes sharing your viewpoints with others. We hope we can help inspire podcasters to not only speak up but also to listen to the world around them. We really believe that TalkShoe can help to encourage people from all talks of life to start casting! We can’t wait to get feedback from our customers about new features like the automatic transcriptions and live YouTube streaming.”

One of the most anticipated new features is an artificial intelligence bot that provides auto transcripts and topic tags allowing casters to find content from a previous podcast.

TalkShoe’s new launch includes features like:

  • More international dial-in numbers for easy connectivity with fans and co-hosts
  • In-app YouTube Live Streaming for more visibility
  • Unlimited storage & free hosting
  • A state-of-the-art online studio with easy recording and broadcast features
  • Co-hosting options and moderator controls
  • Much more…

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About Iotum

Iotum, founded in 2004, provides teleconferencing and group communications cloud products. Our product portfolio includes Talkshoe, a community-based podcast hosting platform that bridges the gap between host and listener,, the original, free conference-calling service; and Callbridge, a virtual meeting platform tailor-made for enterprise-level collaboration.

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