Klemi makes it easy to share your sermons and media on itunes and other platforms by producing a xml feed (what is a feed?). This page outline how you can use the feed to syndicate your content.

Using iTunes / Podcast Software:

1. A Quick Solution

The quickest way to see your sermons in the itunes desktop app or using a podcasting app is to add your sermon feed directly using its url.

You’ll find that on your media home page (look for the loudspeaker icon) on klemi;

Then “Get this on iTunes”. Some instructions will appear (this should work for any podcast app – not just iTunes).

The url you’re after looks something like this: https://mychurch.klemi.co/media/audios/podcast.xml.

If you’re an android user, the pocket cast guide gives you simple instructions.

Now that’s quick. But it’s not hugely accessible – some people run a mile at the sight of a url, so….

2. A Better Solution

So the better solution is to publish your feed to the itunes and google play catalogues. A published feed is one that is processed and approved by apple/ google This means that anyone using itunes or google play will be able to find you using the regular search mechanisms, and it also allows you to upload some nice album artwork, add an appropriate description for the feed and a few other nice things that make it all a bit easier to use. So take the same feed url mentioned above and go grab a logo from your church and then more or less follow these instructions for apple or these for google play

Other Platforms

WordPress integration

With the xml feed that Klemi provides you can load your podcast onto your wordpress website using any one of the many popular wordpress podcasting solutions Follow the instructions for the plugin you choose and enter the url identified above when asked for the feed url.

Catchall – Using Feedburner

Head over to https://feedburner.google.com and add your klemi feed url there. This will give you the full power and flexibility of feed burner’s multiple integrations – cross-platform feed conversion (atom and RSS), website widgets to drop onto your homepage.