Reddit to Shut Down Its Clubhouse-Like Service on March 21st

Reddit to Shut Down Its Clubhouse-Like Service on March 21st

While the popularity of live audio conversations with public audiences soared during the pandemic, interest in them seems to have dwindled. Clubhouse, a platform for audio-based conversations, saw an explosion in popularity after the pandemic’s onset, prompting other tech giants to develop their own versions. However, Clubhouse’s user numbers reportedly dropped and prominent hires have moved on. Spotify has ended production of some live audio shows, while Amazon reportedly laid off dozens of people who were working on its live radio service, AMP.