Robinhood competitor Public is launching in-app live audio programming
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Robinhood competitor Public is launching in-app live audio programming

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Public, the trading and social networking app, is the next app to get into live audio. Like many apps before it, the company says it’s planning to roll out live audio features starting this week under the name Public Live. Unlike its competitors, like Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces, however, Public will initially program these chats with moderators it pays, meaning not just anyone can start a conversation. It’ll host about three events a week, and users will receive a push notification to join, along with a badge inside the app allowing them to hop into it. Topics might include coverage of an upcoming IPO, the day’s news, or analysis.

The first chat will be between Scott Galloway, who co-hosts the Pivot podcast and is an investor in the…

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