Whereas Joe Rogan is a family identify with most likely probably the most enviable leisure profession on this planet, the comic/UFC commentator/podcast host/TV persona/actor/health guru did not precisely develop into an “in a single day” sensation. The truth is, and as “corny” as this will sound to some, he actually made his bones by following his coronary heart.
It is a resolution that is not solely yielded him a lofty $100 million Spotify deal, however a candy Bell Canyon home.
The place is Joe Rogan’s podcast studio positioned?
When he first began the podcast, he had a studio arrange in his California residence. Then, beginning on Nov. 24, 2011, a bunch of episodes have been recorded on the Ice Home Comedy membership in Pasadena, Calif., which additionally goes by the identify of Deathsquad Studios.
Nevertheless, for probably the most half, nearly all episodes of the podcast have been shot and recorded in a personal studio Joe Rogan bought in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles on Nov. 27, 2012.
What’s actually exceptional is that Joe and his staff have had minimal disruptions for his podcasts because of the coronavirus. In April of 2020, he started implementing testing for his friends earlier than they enter the studio. At $299 a pop, which may sound like a fairly penny, and it’s, however not when you think about that Joe makes a reported $75,000 per podcast episode on common.
It is sensible, nonetheless, when you think about the monster attain that The Joe Rogan Expertise has. Joe averages about 190 million downloads of every podcast a month, give or take. Once more, he did it with out following a stringent “enterprise” or conventional broadcast enterprise mannequin.
That is one thing he mentioned in-depth on a current episode with well-liked comic Invoice Burr, who got here onto the podcast to speak about his Netflix collection F is for Household together with the Judd Apatow flick King of Staten Island.
In the course of the podcast, Invoice introduced up the significance of younger comedians not permitting themselves to be beholden to managers that basically do not do something for them or their careers, however nonetheless need to take a lower of their podcast earnings. Joe agreed, and, referring to his personal Spotify deal, pressured the significance of getting whole artistic management, which the streaming large is permitting the longtime comic.
Joe additionally talked in regards to the development of his podcast by phrase of mouth. He did not promote, he did not try to pimp it or pay for banner clicks or use Fb’s sponsored posts, all he did was deal with creating the content material he wished to create. In consequence, his podcast grew into one of the crucial influential communication platforms on this planet that pulls all kinds of friends. From Mike Tyson, to Sir Roger Penrose, to Bernie Sanders, to Maynard James Keenan, to Robert Downey Jr..