Joe Rogan turned down $100 million offer to switch Spotify

Deepak Gupta February 9, 2022
Updated 2022/02/09 at 9:09 PM

THE Spotify did not abandon Joe Rogan and Joe Rogan will not abandon the streaming platform. During a stand up show in Austin, Texas, Joe Rogan confirmed that it will keep its podcast at the Spotify, implying that it will not accept proposals for other services. The statement came after a fan asked if he would change the hosting of the The Joe Rogan Experiencethe most listened to podcast in the world.

Joe Rogan Receives $100 Million Proposal

100 million dollars seems to be the magic number when it comes to Spotify and Joe Rogan. This amount was the total paid by the streaming platform for the exclusivity, in a multi-annual contract, of the transmission of the The Joe Rogan Experience, podcast from the UFC commentator and comedian. On Twitter, the official account of the video platform rumble posted a legitimate (in the company’s words in the tweet) offer of $100 million for Rogan subscribe to a broadcast exclusivity. THE rumble it was adopted by conservative groups in recent years for having more lax policies. The proposal came on the wave of a boycott by artists against the Spotifywhich demanded the removal of the podcast of the platform after an episode with misinformation about vaccination. Neil Youngwho led the protest, was the first to leave.

“Today is not, Rumble”

Rogan answered, during a stand-up show, a spectator’s question about the possibility of leaving the Spotify. THE podcaster said “No, Spotify inexplicably stayed with me, let’s see what happens”. And by the way, the “what will happen” goes far. Daniel Ek, the company’s CEO, gave positive statements about the case, saying that the right thing is not to censor, but to dialogue. THE Spotify removed more than 70 episodes with racist terms or false content, and defended itself by announcing the investment of $100 million to promote content from minority groups. But of course, leaving such an expensive contract is not cheap and would cause a lot of headache. The breach of contract fine should not be cheap for either side…


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