Spotify trials video-based courses as part of new content format

Spotify’s New Educational Feature: Video-Based Courses for a Convenient Learning Experience

Spotify, the popular music streaming platform, is currently testing a new feature with UK users that offers video-based courses on various topics such as music creation, business, and healthy living. The platform already provides access to music, podcasts, and audiobooks and is now exploring the introduction of video content.

The new feature includes video-based courses from educational technology companies like BBC Maestro, PLAYvirtuoso, Skillshare, and Thinkific. These courses cover topics in music, creativity, business, and health. Users can access two free lessons per course during the test period, with the option to purchase full access to all lessons on the platform’s website.

Courses will be available in the Home and Browse tabs where users can explore different categories and purchase courses for full access on both desktop and mobile. Spotify is aiming to offer educational creators a new audience for their video content by highlighting the popular consumption of podcasts with educational topics among Spotify Premium subscribers.

Overall, this test aims to provide users with a new educational experience on Spotify through video-based courses. This expansion of content options allows users to explore different topics and enhance their skills in a convenient and accessible way. By partnering with educational technology companies, Spotify is working to offer a diverse range of content to its users, adding value to the platform’s offerings.

Spotify has been known for its innovative approach to music streaming, constantly pushing boundaries and offering new features that enhance user experience. With this new addition of video-based courses, users can now learn about various subjects while listening to their favorite songs or podcasts on the go.

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