A statement from Triton said it had been integrated with Omny's software and re-selling it since 2017.
No amount was mentioned but the announcement said Triton now owned the technology, assets and staff of Omny Studio. The Omny team, including co-founders Andrew Armstrong and Long Zheng, would be joining Triton as part of the deal.
Triton said Omny Studio was trusted by leading radio stations and podcast networks, including Cumulus Media, Entercom, Mediacorp, Southern Cross Austereo, Corus Entertainment, Mashable, Arabian Radio Network, Mamamia, and others.
“We are proud to welcome Omny to the Triton family, and look forward to combining our talent and technology to expand the solution globally and continue to innovate around podcast data and analytics.”
Omny Studio chief executive Sharon Taylor said: “Triton Digital has been driving the growth and innovation of the digital audio industry for the last 13 years, and we are excited to be joining forces to further expand our global footprint and the adoption of our unequalled technology around the world.
“We share a passion and a mission to provide publishers with the most comprehensive technology in the market, and look forward to working as part of the Triton family to drive the global audio industry forward.”
“We’re excited by the opportunity to continue innovating for our customers and look forward to the next phase of the journey ahead with Triton Digital,” said Armstrong, co-founder and chief technology officer of Omny Studio, while Zheng, head of Product for Omny, added: “Together with Triton, we remain committed to delivering best-in-class creation, publishing, monetisation and analytics tools that enable audio publishers to garner millions of podcast downloads every day."