Audioboom opens two new podcast studios in Manhattan
Global podcast company Audioboom opened two new recording studios within its existing office in New York City on Friday.
Comprising over 1,000 square foot of recording and production space, Audioboom opened the new Midtown Manhattan studios due to "significant and growing demand" for roundtable and personality-driven podcasts.
Audioboom said one of the new studios will serve its roundtable and personality-driven shows, while the other will be dedicated to more intimate, interview style shows and solo productions.
The AIM-listed group also noted the new studios would reduce costs associated with renting/leasing third-party studios for in-house productions.
Chief executive Rob Proctor said: "These new state of the art recording and production facilities in our New York City studios effectively more than double the company's production capacity and provide the perfect environment to work more closely with some of the world's most creative production, journalistic, script-writing and host talent."
As of 0950 BST, Audioboom shares had picked up 1.96% to 260p.