Spotify Cancels Six Audio Shows, Retains Some Live Audio Offerings
Spotify, the popular audio streaming service, has recently taken the decision to cancel at least six of its audio shows, while retaining a couple of other shows with their live audio offerings. A spokesperson for Spotify confirmed the end of some audio shows on the audio platform.
The audio shows that have been cancelled by Spotify include Deux Me After Dark, Doughboys: Snack Pack, The Movie Buff and A Gay in the Life. However, some of the audio shows will continue to operate their accompanying live audio offerings, such as The Fantasy Footballers and The Ringer MMA Show.
The cancellation of the audio shows is a result of Spotify's shift in focus towards the production of video content. The company is looking to expand its video library, which is expected to be the main source of revenue for the company in the future.
The decision to cancel some of its audio shows is part of Spotify's efforts to reduce its overhead costs. The company is aiming to streamline its operations and focus on its core competencies.
Spotify's decision to cancel some of its audio shows is a strategic move that is expected to help the company save costs and focus on its core competencies. The company is looking to expand its video library, which is expected to be the main source of revenue for the company in the future.