Twitter has announced to bring podcasts on its platform, integrating them as part of its newly redesigned Spaces Tab for audio creators.
“Incorporating podcasts into Spaces, where audio conversations take place on Twitter, is another way we continue to invest in audio creators,” the company said in its blog post.
Twitter said it started with the idea of podcasts with a redesigned audio experience in the Spaces tab. The new design introduces personal hubs that group audio content by specific themes such as news, music, sports, and more. Listeners have access to a more personalized selection of live and recorded Spaces that discuss the topics most relevant to them.
The brand new Areas options together with podcasts have began rolling out to world English-speaking target audience on each iOS and Android. Twitter may be inviting customers to proportion comments at the new options.
“We know that some discussions need more than 280 characters, and bringing people closer to the ideas, content, and creators they know and love is core to Twitter no matter where the conversations take place,” said the company.
The redesign introduces personalised hubs that group audio content together by specific themes like news, music, sports and more.
The redesign introduces personalised hubs for users called “Stations”.
“Integrating podcasts into Spaces, where audio conversations happen on Twitter, is another way we’re continuing to invest in audio creators,” Twitter said.