Audio-as-a-service provider SoundStack has announced the appointment of Michael Fischer as vice president of business development.
SoundStack Chief Revenue Officer Rockie Thomas said, “With years of experience in multiple ends of the audio ecosystem — from mobile, to enterprise tech platforms, to renowned communications companies — Michael brings tremendous knowledge that will make it easier for an array of streaming businesses to grow.”
Fischer has spent a career around the audio streaming industry with stints at AirKast as an executive vice president of business development and Triton Digital as a senior vice president of engagement. He was also a director of business development at RAIN (Radio and Internet News).
A release explained that he would first focus on “a range of broadcast audio enterprises in the U.S., Fischer will also spearhead development of global markets.” It further elaborated, “The appointment bolsters the company’s growing publisher discipline — which also includes customer enablement, support, and podcast business teams — with a further focus on broadcast audio enterprises, including National Public Radio member stations.”
According to the U.S.-based company, “SoundStack combines podcast/streaming audio hosting/delivery, monetization, and insights in one place.”