Spotify’s Journey into Connection, Curation, and Podcast Revolution in Egypt


In a world driven by data and digital connectivity, Spotify emerged, in 2008,  as a trailblazer, revolutionizing the way we experience music and podcasts.  At the recent “Behind the Feature” workshop, held by Spotify in Cairo, industry leaders shared valuable insights into the platform’s technology, curation methods, and the exciting future of audio content.  Yazan Al Tamimi, Spotify’s social and content lead, delved into the art of promoting podcasts effectively. He emphasized the importance of compelling content and branding, capturing the audience’s attention through social media channels. “With the right mix of engaging descriptions and intriguing branding, podcast creators can entice listeners to explore their content,” said Al Tamimi. His insights shed light on the crucial role of social media in attracting and retaining podcast audiences. Rhea Chedid, Editorial Director of Music and Podcast Strategy in the Middle East and Africa at Spotify, highlighted the profound impact of music on our daily lives, emphasizing that Spotify goes beyond merely delivering music. “It builds connections between artists and enthusiasts, fostering a sense of belonging and shared experiences. Through sophisticated algorithms and machine learning, Spotify curates personalized music recommendations, tailoring the listening…

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