Users, Podcasts and Episodes
On Spreaker you can create three different types of entities
Users are either individuals or companies that want to have a presence on Spreaker. Users have a user account (a login account in Spreaker consists of a valid email address and a password) and a profile.
User profiles have URLs in the form spreaker.com/user/USER-NAME or simply spreaker.com/USER-NAME
For example, this is a user profile: https://spreaker.com/user/thebask
The following also works: https://spreaker.com/thebask
User profiles contain contact information, Biographies and other information.
Users create podcasts
Podcasts in Spreaker are containers for episodes. When a Spreaker account is first created, the associated user has a default podcast named "User's tracks".
Podcasts have associated information like artwork, description, contact information, etc...
Podcasts can be shared and their URL is in the form spreaker.com/show/PODCAST-NAME
This is an example of a podcast page: https://www.spreaker.com/show/those-conspiracy-guys
Podcasts contain episodes
Episodes are basic playable elements (audio tracks) that are stored in Spreaker.
Every episode belongs to a podcast (which in turn belongs to a User).
You can block a user if he/she writes on your wall or in your chatbox. Just click on the last message they've written, and the option to block him/her will pop up.
You can check on and manage users you've blocked from here.