Nebula Strikes Deal With Spotify to Stream Video Content (EXCLUSIVE)

Spotify and indie streamer Nebula have struck a pact which will allow the more than 615 million Spotify users to watch a curated selection of Nebula programming via the digital music and podcast service.

The Nebula content will be available via Spotify’s “Spotify for Podcasters” hub beginning Tuesday, where more than 2.5 million video episodes of podcasts are currently streaming.

Nebula creators featured in the first slate of Nebula programming streaming on Spotify include CinemaWins, Charles Cornell, Hello Future Me, Captain Midnight, Tale Foundry, Game Makers ToolKit, Todd in the Shadows, Adam Neely, The Closer Look, FD Signifier and Kat Blaque.

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Spotify’s first deal with Nebula comes on the heels of the creator-owned streaming service launching film studio Nebula Motion Pictures and a news division, and revealing a ramped up programming slate.

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Nebula is currently priced at $5 per month or $50 for an annual membership.

“Creators are at the core of everything we do at Spotify, so we are eager to partner with Nebula, a creator-built and creator-operated platform, to bring this content to our users across the globe,” Spotify’s head of content partnerships Jordan Newman said. “Video greatly deepens our creators’ engagement, growth and retention with their fans—so we are thrilled to introduce such an innovative and diverse slate of video content to our audience.”

Nebula CEO Dave Wiskus added: “Nebula is home to so many talented and thoughtful creators. It’s important for us to build partnerships that highlight the amazing work our creators are doing. Spotify gives us an opportunity to expand our reach, not just in numbers but with the exact kind of audience who would most enjoy what we do.”