QCODE+ launches on Apple Podcasts in May

QCODE, a content studio and podcast network, says it will launch QCODE+, a new subscription service, on Apple Podcasts when Apple Podcasts Subscriptions debuts worldwide in May. QCODE+ will allow fiction fans to dive deeper into the QCODE universe with a library of over 12 chart-topping shows and many more coming this year.

“With QCODE+, we are excited to have the opportunity to delight fans by giving them deeper access into the fictional worlds across all of our series, all in one place, along with incredible bonus content and additional perks,” said Rob Herting, CEO and founder of QCODE, in a press release.

At launch, QCODE+ members will be able to listen to their favorite past series and enjoy new ones completely uninterrupted without any advertising in the middle of the episodes. In addition to these benefits across the QCODE+ catalog, over time subscribers will enjoy access to an increasing library of exclusive content including:

  • Bonus episodes
  • Conversations with creators
  • Alternate endings
  • Special “making of” episodes

QCODE’s “Making” series will provide fans with insight into their favorite QCODE shows. Hear creators Rhys Wakefield and William Day Frank dive deeper into the themes of “From Now” while giving fans an in-depth view at the production process and what it takes to build a world within a podcast. 

“Left Right Game” creator Jack Anderson takes the audience further into his process and shares how his series went from cult Internet status to Ambie Award-nominated podcast to an upcoming television series. Fans will also be the first to hear from talent and creators of upcoming QCODE series such as Golden Globe-winning Rosamund Pike’s satire “Edith” and “Blackout” Season 2 with Academy Award-winning Rami Malek and Aja Naomi King.

QCODE+ is available worldwide for US$2.99 per month on Apple Podcasts. QCODE series – without the perks of QCODE+ – will remain available for free on Apple Podcasts and other podcast platforms.

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