Libsyn acquires production platform Auxbus
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Libsyn has acquired podcast creation platform Auxbus. Launched in May 2019, Auxbus is a web-based podcast production platform “that lets you plan, record, and launch all in one place”. Ryan DuVal, Auxbus Chief Engineer, will “join Libsyn to lead its newly formed Creation product line”, says the press release. Terms weren’t disclosed; Auxbus was put up for sale in December 2019.Libsyn Auxbus
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