Last Thursday (21), Spotify the creators of the platform appeared can start downloading video podcasts. For a while, The feature is only available to users residing in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The company announced that it is working on a subscription type to power and offer monetization models to creators. Anyway, the streaming platform has made it clear that the feature should roll out in other countries in the future.

Access to the service is free in all available countries

Users will be able to view data for video analytics and even provide viewers with interaction options such as polls and Q&A. It will also be possible to embed Spotify videos, for example, to add them to other pages.

Video on Spotify?

Spotify has announced a partnership with Riverside, a remote recording platform that will allow you to record and stream videos using Spotify’s Anchor tool.

“We are also launching a partnership with remote recording platform Riverside today. The integration allows creators to record and stream video content for free with Riverside, with a fast distribution path to Spotify via Anchor.

Spotify’s video testing started a few years ago, and the Joe Rogan Experience podcast was one of the first to go video on the platform. Typically, video podcasts are posted on YouTube, so this should become a matter of competition for Google’s platform.

Source: Tec Mundo

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