Amazon plans to develop a service similar to the social network Clubhouse

The corporation is developing a new function for listening to audio in real-time, which will allow users to listen to concerts.

Amazon Corporation is developing a new feature for listening to audio in real-time, which will allow users to listen to concerts and performances of musical artists through the accounts of the streaming service Amazon Music. This was reported on Tuesday by the Axios portal, citing sources familiar with Amazon’s plans.

According to him, the corporation is negotiating with major record companies to organize events with artists of labels.

Although the company intends to focus primarily on live music, Amazon is considering launching talk radio shows and podcasts, one of the sources noted.

Amazon plans to pay podcast authors, musicians, and celebrities to use its new feature to organize conversations, shows, and events.

According to the portal’s sources, Amazon does not aim to develop a service similar to the Clubhouse social network or the Spaces voice communication function from Twitter. She intends to create a digital analog of radio for streaming performances of performers and listening to conversations of speakers.

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