SoundCloud is arguably the biggest music-sharing community since MySpace, but now the company is eyeing a different kind of audio: the spoken word. The website was founded five years ago by two sound guys who wanted to make it easier for musicians to share their work. A year-old team of about a half-dozen people is focused on spoken-word content. The company just hired Jim Colgan , formerly a producer and digital experimenter for WNYC public radio, to manage partnerships with audio providers. The audio stands by itself. The problem is, the form has long suffered from neglect on the web.
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SoundCloud expands its effort to become the YouTube of public radio and podcasts
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