The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief launches a new audio feature

Oxford Analytica have launched a new audio feature on the 37th anniversary of the first Daily Brief publication.

Audio is fast becoming part of everyday life and contributes to a great user experience. Oxford Analytica’s clients can now choose to either listen or read the analysis that helps them navigate the growing global challenges that businesses and governments face.

Making our Daily Brief analysis audible allows clients to consume the Daily Brief content in a new and refreshing way

David K Young, Managing Director, Oxford Analytica

“Making our Daily Brief analysis audible allows clients to consume the Daily Brief content in a new and refreshing way” explains David K Young, Managing Director at Oxford Analytica. “With so many of us working remotely, we are spending more time in front of our screens. This option gives users the ability to fight screen fatigue, allowing them to consume the content they need in an alternative format.”

Over 80% of current clients showed interest in having the option to listen to the analysis when surveyed recently. One client commented: “As someone who reads many pages a day for work, this is a really great opportunity to do things a bit differently and stimulate your brain in a different way.”

As someone who reads many pages a day for work, this is a really great opportunity to do things a bit differently and stimulate your brain in a different way

Oxford Analytica Client

Listen to some of our recent Daily Brief articles:

North Korean ICBM An unprecedented week of missile launches by both Koreas has wide-ranging implications.

Listen or read
Russian Mil helicopters Moscow and Beijing have more to worry about than celebrate in the new Afghanistan.

Listen or read
Russian election poster The governing United Russia party is about to win a majority based on borrowed achievements and the elimination of alternatives.

Listen or read
Afghan Hummers Afghanistan's army fought a long war, so post-factum analysis that defeat was inevitable does not explain what happened.

Listen or read

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