Spotify Extends its Podcasting Business, Acquires Chartable & Podsights
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Spotify Extends its Podcasting Business, Acquires Chartable & Podsights

    Posted by Sparsh Dayal On 17-Feb-2022 06:49 AM

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The Swedish organization Spotify released in its statement on Wednesday (i.e. 16 February) that the company has extended its investment in podcasting with the acquisitions of Podsights and Chartable. These are the two service providers that give more prominent insights to advertisers and podcasting publishers. said on Wednesday.

Podsights assists advertisers with measuring the effectiveness of their advertisements, that one region that the company believes is the major challenge. While the Chartable gives audiences insights that help podcast publishers in measuring the effectiveness of their growth campaigns.

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"Our acquisitions of podcast technology players Podsights and Chartable are helpful in our pursuit of up-leveling digital audio measurement insights," mentioned Khurrum Malik, head of ads business marketing at Spotify.

Stockholm-based Spotify is found to be investing heavily in podcasts as dissimilar to the music business, which is generally commoditized largely with low margin as it pays out a piece of the revenue to the rights holders. Podcasts are known for drawing listeners for quite a long time. They create important advertising inventory that has supported the good faith of Wall Street over its long-term future.

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Since the company promoted its "Audio First" drive in 2019, announcing its dive into podcasting, Spotify has podcast networks like Gimlet Media and Anchor. The company negotiated exclusive deals with well-known personalities including Joe Rogan and the host for the famous show "Call Her Daddy" Alex Cooper and put its resources into basic technology.

As a fact, Rogan rose to be Spotify's most famous podcast in over 90 business sectors, even as he has turned into a lightning rod for analysis and criticism for views on COVID-19 and the use of racist language. Rogan even had to apologize for his misuse of words and more than 100 episodes of his show also have been taken out of the web.

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Spotify has been attempting to modernize its podcast advertising through various features such as real-time ad insertion and acquisitions like Megaphone. These different tricks help podcast publishers to procure more money from their content. The firm is expecting to catch a portion of the $2 billion (generally Rs. 15,040 crore) that is predicted to flow into podcasting by 2023, says eMarketer.

"We're really excited about bringing this service to advertisers across the United States. But then we want to expand their coverage to international markets." said Mailk