What To Know About The New, Controversial Audio-Only App, Clubhouse

CEOs, influencers, even the White House Chief of Staff are turning to this audio-only social media app to chat with a select few. But questions over the rules of engagement have stirred controversy.

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Clubhouse is the new invite-only app that Silicon Valley says is the future of social media. Millions have downloaded it recently, including celebrities, famous musicians and tech CEOs. What’s all the hype about? NPR’s Bobby Allyn looked into it.

BOBBY ALLYN, BYLINE: Oprah Winfrey, Drake, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and even the White House chief of staff have all signed up. And so have Atlanta rappers, comedians, relationship gurus and endless

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