Twitter is deepening its investments in Spaces, the Clubhouse-like audio rooms the social network launched for the current year.
The organization announced the launch of another creator program for Spaces on Tuesday. The Spark program is a three-month accelerator that expects to “find and reward extraordinary Spaces on Twitter with financial, technical, and marketing support.” Twitter says it’s available to set up Spaces sound shows and untested analyses for the program, welcoming creators interested in audio to apply.
Since launching Spaces, Twitter has flagged that its audio product isn’t probably going to be simply one more test feature destined for an exit from the workforce. The organization extended ticketed Spaces last month, welcoming hosts to adapt audio rooms by offering access to their facilitated audio talks.
This week, the organization added a way for hosts to welcome audience members through DM when firing up a Space. It also rolled out a devoted Spaces tab to more iOS clients, with plans to extend further to non-English dialects and Android in progress. Any individual who gets acknowledged into the Spark program is relied upon to run an audio room two times each week for the three-month time frame.