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July 27, 2021 10 min
We've gathered all the relevant terms related to audio AI to help you better understand what’s going on in the latest media frontier.
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Social audio is bringing a number of major changes in social media - but it’s tough to tell how much of it will stick once the novelty effect wears off.
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Audiobooks are enjoying their time under the spotlight, but beneath the surface, things aren't so rosy for book publishers.
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We’re excited to announce that we've launched a new feature called Lexicons. From now on it’s possible to edit and save words used often, and we’ll know to use the corrected version every time.
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If you're a publisher, business, or brand looking to delve into the sonic landscape, this is for you: the 5-step framework for leveraging sonic media.
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We've launched a new and improved dashboard! It’s the good old dashboard but with a far better user experience which we hope you’ll enjoy.
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Optimizing for clicks is always going to be a never-ending story - but audio can help make it a happy one.
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As one of the biggest North American publishers, McClatchy achieved success right from the start of their audio journey thanks to tech-driven innovation.
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Text-to-speech is a perfect bridge between being more accessible to your audience now and thinking about their future needs and demands. Here's why.
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Audio is the evolution and future of content. Don’t believe it? Just take a peek or a listen below and see/hear for yourself.
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We are proud to present the next generation of audio content powered by constant advancements in audio AI. Meet the Octopus and step up your audio game.
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India’s linguistic and cultural diversity presents a huge opportunity for publishers and content creators to dive into audio and voice. Here's how huge.
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India’s linguistic and cultural diversity presents a huge opportunity for publishers and content creators to dive into audio and voice. Here's how huge.
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Read about the latest achievement in content technology that continues to leverage the convenience audio content brings to listeners and content creators.
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With more consumption of audio content than ever before, now is the time to focus and learn on how to get in on the action.
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A lot of dust has been raised over the past few weeks with the parts of Big Tech (the biggest tech companies around such as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft) clashing with the news publishing world, which I’m sure you noticed. I am talking about the ruckus down under: Facebook’s and Google’s opposition to... Read more »
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As the content migration to eardrums continues, here's what's happening and how publishers can anticipate and respond to current and future content needs.
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Despite (or because of?) the pandemic, audio and voice were on fire in 2020. Now the question is: can they keep the momentum in 2021?
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How do synthetic voices convincingly imitate the real thing? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to build speech that sounds just like we do.
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Fake news were still a big issue in 2020. Several publishers stepped up their game and enjoyed success by doing two key things.
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