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Facebook Announces Live Audio Rooms, Its Clubhouse Clone

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On Monday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed the company’s plan to enter the social audio space.

“We think that audio is also going to be a first-class medium,” Zuckerberg told journalist Casey Newton in a conversation broadcast on Discord.

“I think that’s going to be true with these live audio rooms.

” The very platform where Newton was interviewing Facebook’s CEO has offered live audio for five years, and is reportedly worth $10 billion.

That startup’s speedy rise was duly noted by more established platforms, who have launched or announced their own live audio features in recent months: Twitter Audio Spaces, Reddit Talk, even LinkedIn is working on one.

Soon, it will debut its Clubhouse competitor, called Live Audio Rooms, where people can chat in real time.

The company is initially testing the feature in Facebook Groups and with public figures, but said in a blog post on Monday that it expects the rooms “to be available to everyone on the Facebook app by the summer.

” It plans to roll out live audio rooms for its Messenger app this summer, too.

Facebook is testing live audio rooms and plans to offer creators multiple ways to earn money on the platform.

Facebook already has more than 2 billion users, providing a built-in listener base.


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