No. Luminary does not host, re-host, cache, or in any way alter the audio content in any publicly available podcast. When a Luminary user plays or downloads a podcast episode, the user’s mobile device or web browser retrieves the audio file directly from where the podcast is hosted.
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- What exactly is Luminary?
- What is a publicly available podcast?
- Does Luminary charge for access to publicly available podcasts?
- Does Luminary host, re-host, cache, or alter audio content from publicly available podcasts?
- Does Luminary insert or remove advertising in publicly available podcasts?
- Why do I sometimes hear an advertisement for Luminary in a publicly available podcast?
- Does Luminary provide podcasters with standard data?
- Does Luminary display show and episode notes and links?
- How do I include my podcast on Luminary?
- How do I remove my podcast from Luminary’s service?