From the founders of Acast, Sesamy is setting out to dewall digital content

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  • There are long-established platforms such as Blendle, and newcomers such as Zette which offer pay-per-article integrations for digital publishers, but one of the core arguments against such services is that they effectively cannibalise a publisher’s potential subscription revenue.
  • But it also allows people to easily export and read on Kindle or Kobo if they wish — it’s about giving the user flexibility.Similarly, if a consumer want to buy an audiobook and listen to it through their favorite podcast app, then this is what Sesamy promises.
A new startup from the founders of Acasttoday announced a $3.4 million seed round of funding to dewall digital content including ebooks, audiobooks, and news articles.After recently severing ti [+4029 chars]