5. Podcast

The podcast post allows to easily integrate new episodes that are published on the official Siemens podcast platforms. It makes the episode directly visible in the feed and allows you to share your podcasts with the Ingenuity community.

For external podcasts you can use Acast, for internal videos we offer Siemens.fm. The podcast player in this template does not support other podcast hosting platforms.

What do I need?

Very simple: you need the link to podcast episode you want to embed and a headline. Additionally, you can add the episode description.

How does the podcast look like?

You can find an exemplary podcast here: https://ingenuity.siemens.com/2020/06/human-ai-mind-machines-the-gradient-descent-henning-ochsenfeld-cheers-to-data-science/

Create a podcast

  1. Click on the burger menu.
  2. Click Create Content.
  3. Select an audience and click Next step.
  4. Select the template Podcast and click Use this template.
  5. Select a topic and click Create post to start writing.

Add the headline & description

  1. Enter the headline.
  2. Optionally, you can use the text block to add a descriptive text for your episode.

Embed the episode

External podcasts with Acast

  1. Open the podcast episode you want to embed, e.g. https://shows.acast.com/human-ai/episodes/henning-ochsenfeld-data-science-but-fun
  2. Click on “</>” to find the sharing links.
  3. Copy the link named “Embed in Medium, LinkedIn, and any embedly compatible site.”, e.g. https://player.acast.com/human-ai/episodes/henning-ochsenfeld-data-science-but-fun
  4. Enter this link into the podcast block in the Writer’s Tool template.
  5. Click Preview to see how the player looks after publication.

Internal podcasts with Siemens.fm

  1. Add a featured image that is shown in the podcast player
  2. Open the podcast episode you want to embed on Siemens.fm
  3. Make a right click on mp3
  4. Click on Copy link address
  5. Enter this link into the podcast block in the Writer’s Tool template.

Publication process

Follow the checkout process. You can find more information here.