Next-level podcast production services for ambitious companies

Strategy, creation & growth. Skip the awkward years & launch a great show right away with our podcast production services.

There’s more to it than just using a better microphone

A few of the brands we work with

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Stanford Seed Adyen

“You’re going to want to put out good content from day one. I would describe Lower Street as the go-to place to get your podcast made and get out there."

Rich Martell, Secret Leaders (UK #1 business podcast)

Nail your podcast strategy, content, & promotion from the very first episode

Creating an incredible show requires thought, flexibility, and collaboration with a podcast production company that cares about much more than just audio.

Think about it. What other marketing channel keeps your potential customers company on the drive home (remember when that was a thing)? Cooks (okay, burns) dinner with them? Starts and ends the day speaking directly into their ears?

With the right podcast, you get to show people that you’re human, and that you and your business have interesting things to say. You get to teach and share. You get to connect with your listeners — and they get to connect with you.

Get expert guidance on everything that happens before you hit Record

Most podcast production companies start working when you stop recording. With them, you get help with editing (and maybe the occasional intro or outro jingle).

Creating a valuable podcast involves a lot more than audio production. That’s why, along with handling editing, we:

Build your podcast to support broader business goals

Your show should work for you while you work for your customers

Plan themes and guide content

So your episodes become stories, and your stories become seasons

Create your unmistakable sonic identity

Your listeners’ ears will perk up at the sound of you

Draft interview questions

Enjoy being the host with the most

Write narration scripts & “connective tissue”

So your show segments snap into place

Connect you with local talent

Tap new hosts, or book pro recording engineers to come to you

Add music and sound design

So you sound more “NPR” than “NRP” (Not Really Prepared)

Publish your show

Confidently stick to your schedule without lifting a finger

Create promo pieces

So your team has more to work with (and less to do)

Work in YOUR time zone

No need to wake up early or stay up late for meetings

Write valuable show notes

So readers (and SEO crawlers) can make the most of your episodes

And so much more…

Think of the difference between an iPhone video and a Sundance film. A voice memo and a studio track. A grocery list, and a poem. Sure, each has their place — but which will be appreciated AND remembered?


Already launched your pod, and looking to level up?
We can help with that too.

“I was driving the process to really create this podcast from scratch, never having done it before. And I realized that this was something that we definitely needed help with so that it didn't sound like I was recording from my home office, and that it sounded like a Fortune 500 podcast. Lower Street made us sound very professional. They ended up being a great partner and guiding me from what equipment I needed, to answering my stupid questions, and helping me through the process.”

Bridget Bell, Marketing at Leidos

“Our CEO jokes that we were the last people on the entire Internet to do a podcast. But really what was holding us back was was the ability to execute it correctly, and execute it in the best way, and make it the best podcast ever. We had really been searching for that partner who could take us to the next level. We don't currently have that kind of expertise in house. So it was really important for us to have somebody that we could work with that shared the same values as us, that was speedy, that was focused on quality over everything.

We hired Harry to be the expert in sound quality and engineering. He gave us a whole list of equipment to buy, helped us by giving instructions to guests, gave us scripts to string everything together, and even told us we needed a ‘sonic identity’. I said, ‘Whatever that is, I want one.’”

Hannah Doksansky, Head of Marketing, Crisp Video

You don’t need a huge audience.
You need the right audience.

Take it from antique stores, Insane Clown Posse, or literally any dark corner of Reddit: you don’t need stadiums packed with screaming ticketholders to build a passionate, dedicated fanbase. With just a dozen of the right people listening to your podcast… you might just level up your business.

Anyone who wants to grow their authority with their target customers should consider podcasting. That said, we find that our most successful clients tend to come from a few similar niches, including:


Imagine never having to cold-email again, because prospects come looking for you.

Enterprise companies

Cut through the corporate jargon and show your ideal customers your helpful, human side.


Get into your users’ brains to help them with problems, keep them logging in, and boost your user retention.

Help me speak to my people
They need to hear what you've got to say

Work with refreshingly honest,
irritatingly reliable
podcasting experts

We founded Lower Street in the U.K. in 2016, and now work with clients all over the world regardless of time zone. (By “we,” I mean me, Harry Morton. Yes, I look like I’m 12 — but don’t let my resemblance to a young Harry Potter stop you from reaching out.)

Meet the team
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Lowerstreet team Harry, CEO

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“Life’s good. I upload the audio, somebody in my team fills in the bio section… and now the whole thing is like clockwork. I’ve had probably 5 of the guests I’ve interviewed say, ‘Man, that felt really easy… who does that for you and can they do that for me?’”

Dominic Monkhouse, Founder, The Melting Pot Podcast The Melting Pot

We know what ​you’re wondering...

What are your rates?

Rates depend on your individual needs. Just get in touch to discuss your podcast plans and we can let you know what they will cost. But it's probably going to cost more than a freelance editor and less than a big agency.

How long does it take to launch a podcast?

That really depends on you. How quickly will you be able to feedback on creatives, give us the information we need, and sign things off internally?

We can be up and running in as little as a couple of weeks. 6-8 weeks from kick-off call to episode 1 going out is typical, but if you're more ambitious with your podcast production style or content, it could take longer to develop.

It's best to talk it through. Let's talk.

Can you advise me on the best podcast equipment I need?

Absolutely. Get in touch with us and we'll happily walk you through what you need to get your podcast set up and achieve the best possible recordings.

Can I hear some of the other podcasts you've produced?

We'd love you to! You can find some of the recent shows we've produced on our work page.

How long should my podcast be and how often should I release it?

Great questions. The answer really depends on you and your audience.

Content length and frequency should be informed by your target listener and what they need, but balanced with what is achievable for you.

This is exactly the stuff what we cover in our show development and launch process. We'd be happy to talk this through with you and create a custom podcast strategy for your goals. Let's talk.

Who is Lower Street and how long have you been in business?

Since starting in late 2016 Lower Street has mushroomed from a solo venture (that one man is me, Harry Morton, hi!) to a full-time team of more than 20.

Fully remote from the get-go, our team is dispersed across North America, the UK, Europe, and Asia. So whatever time zone you wake up in, we're probably online doing our thing.

This isn’t just a job for us. We genuinely love what we do and want to share our passion for audio/video storytelling. You can find out more about us here.

How many clients do you work with?

We've worked on thousands of podcast episodes to date, totalling millions of downloads in a range of industries.

At any one time we could be working with anywhere between 20-30 podcasts.

You can find some examples of our work here.

I've got more questions

No problem! Get in touch with us here and we'll get back to you within 1 business day with the answers.

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