/ Spotify’s audiobook creation service, Findaway Voices, will cut fees for sales through its own platform. Illustration by Nick Barclay / The Verge
Spotify-owned audiobooks seller Findaway will no longer take a 20 percent cut of royalties for titles sold on its DIY Voices platform — so long as the sales are made on Spotify. In a company blog post published on Monday, Findaway said that it would “pass on cost-saving efficiencies” from its integration with the streaming service. Last summer, Spotify finalized its $123 million purchase of Findaway in a bid to cement its position in the audiobooks business.
While it’s free for authors to upload their audiobooks
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