Spotify is now offering video podcast publication to authors in six additional countries.

Spotify is now allowing producers in six more countries to submit video podcasts, including Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Brazil, and Mexico.

This is the first time the audio streaming service has made this function available in nations where English is not the primary language.

"These are markets with particularly vibrant podcast creator communities that have demonstrated a significant thirst for new methods to make and consume podcasts.

Video-native podcasters now have access to Spotify's global audience, while audio-native podcasters may begin experimenting with video and delivering content.

That their listeners can connect with more deeply "The company stated in a statement.

Spotify is gradually making its video podcast capabilities available to a broader range of artists.

After a small test in 2020, it launched out video-based podcast publication to a large number of authors through its Anchor platform in 2021.

In April, the business made these capabilities available to all creators in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

This release also introduced revenue methods such as subscriptions as well as interaction elements such as Q&A and polls.

Furthermore, Spotify allows podcast makers to embed their video off-platform, similar to how you could view a YouTube video on any website.