We: 1. Partner with top-tier publications (The New Yorker, WIRED, Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, and many others), 2. Turn their best longform articles into premium audio experiences, and 3. Sell subscription access to an app that bundles all those audio experiences together in one place.
We've nearly 10x'd our subscriber base in the last year, and 100% of that growth has been organic (paid marketing is going to start in the next few months)
We're the official audio partner of world-class storytelling brands like The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and a bunch more huge publications
Backed by YC and other amazing investors (not yet announcing who they are)
Just two engineers right now. One of our two cofounders (Christian) has built and owned the entire iOS and backend (express.js-based) stack to date. On August 1 (a month ago, as of this writing) we had an Android dev start as well. Processes are pretty spare at this point, not because we don't value process but just because it was a one-person engineering show until so recently.
Delivering offline-first mobile content experiences — delivering reliable and intuitive ones, anyway — involves a lot of pretty cool challenges.
Rebuilding our backend from scratch.
Turning our website from basically a glorified landing page into a place where subscribers can actually browse and experience our content. Huge project.
Taking the existing iOS app, which is pretty barebones, and adding tons of new features so that it's not only the best way to consume the type of content we feature today, but also the best way to consume podcasts.
Every Audm employee is asked to take joint ownership of our company culture and help foster an environment in which team members of all backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, orientations, religious perspectives, and life stages can thrive.
At least twice a year we'll do a team retreat someplace cool
3 months paid parental leave for either birth or adoption
We're a remote team right now (1 in NYC, 1 in LA, 1 two hours outside LA, 1 in Mumbai, 1 in Madrid), so we're used to flexible hours. This will remain true even as we open an office in NYC and establish our center of gravity here.
WFH 1-2 days a week, potentially even more, is fine.
Full medical and dental
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