Do you listen to podcasts? What podcasts do you listen to? Do you listen to The Joe Rogan Experience? Did you know that Joe Rogan signed an exclusive deal with Spotify to broadcast his NUMBER ONE rated podcast?
Let’s rewind back for starters…
Do You Listen to Podcasts?
Hopefully, by now, you have found at least ONE PODCAST worth listening to. You will always have your music on iTunes. You will always be able to load MP3s on your Androids. Yes, there is garbage terrestrial radio and Sirius XM that you can listen to. But if you want to find great information, comedy, sports, politics and even celebrities giving their unwanted opinions, then you must find a podcast to listen to.
What Podcasts Do You Listen To?
Common topics for podcasts involve true crime, self-help, science, social issues and sooo much more. One of the more popular formats as well for pods, are interview formats. This is where Joe Rogan excels. This is why Joe Rogan has soared to the top of podcast listener charts.
Do You Even Listen to The Joe Rogan Experience, bro?
If you don’t listen, you should start. Joe has a fun, laid back style and he is usually high for every interview. TJRE also lands absolutely amazing guests. Whether he is talking science with Elon Musk, UFC business with Dana White, or comedy with Kevin Hart, you are going to thoroughly enjoy his show.
For those that aren’t familiar, The Joe Rogan Experience is a free audio and video podcast (clips and full episodes on YouTube). Rogan is best regarded as a comedian, actor, sports commentator, martial artist, and television host. The pod was launched on December 24, 2009, by Rogan and comedian Brian Redban, who also produced and co-hosted. By 2015, it was one of the world’s most popular podcasts, regularly receiving millions of views per episode.
Did You Know That Joe Rogan Signed an Exclusive Deal With Spotify?
In May of 2020, Rogan shocked the podcasting world when he agreed to an exclusive $100 million licensing deal with Spotify. His podcast debuts on the platform today, September 1st, 2020.
About two years ago, Spotify shifted toward the growing podcasting industry. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said he realized that “audio—not just music—would be the future of Spotify.” Spotify had 185,000 podcasts on its platform in 2018. Now it has over 1.5 million.
To show how serious Rogan was about his new podcast, he moved his family from California to Austin, Texas where the podcast is going to be broadcasted. He obviously got tired of what was going on in his former state.