Armel Beaudry Kembe Tchemeube is the CEO and Founder of Trebble FM. Before running Trebble, he worked for 8 years as a software engineer for a startup in the telecom industry that got acquired by Nokia. Armel owns a software engineering degree from the University of Ottawa.

Episode overview:

Are you a podcast junkie but wanted to get more content in a short amount of time? 

If you are, then this episode is for you.

This week, I get to chat with Armel who is the CEO and Founder of Trebble.fm, a platform that releases shortcast – consumable 1 – 3 minutes podcast episodes. In this episode, we covered why people are becoming interested in consuming short-casts compared to longer podcast episodes. We also talked about how Trebble started, the difference between Twitter, LinkedIn posts and Trebble on podcasts and so much more.

 

About Trebble.FM

Trebble.fm is an online music-sharing platform that allows music influencers and music enthusiasts to curate your own interactive music radio and share it with music lovers around the world. Those radios are called ‘Trebbles', can be easily embedded in a website.

Trebble owners can add their personal touch to the music they share and speak to their listeners through ‘Capsules’. These are brief audio messages up to 90 seconds that they can record and play to listeners. They can attach additional information to those capsules like text, pictures, videos, allowing to fully express themselves and deliver a unique enriched listening experience.

 

Connect with Mark: 

Website: Trebble.fm

Twitter: @armelbeaudry and @trebblefm

LinkedIn: Armel Beaudry

Instagram: @trebble.fm

 

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Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups by Jason Calacanis

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