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The Joe Rogan Experience

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The Joe Rogan Experience is a free audio and video talk podcast hosted by American comedian, actor, sports commentator, and television host Joe Rogan It launched on December 24, 2009 by Rogan and his friend, comedian Brian Redban who also produced and co-hosted It has grown to become one of the world’s most popular podcasts, spawning a community of listeners around the globe On August 18, 2017, it reached its 1,000th episode with Joey Diaz and Tom Segura as guests

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Guests
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Historyedit

Around 2003, Rogan hired Brian Redban, a self-taught video editor and an employee at a Gateway computer store in Ohio, to work for him full time to film, produce, and edit videos for his website1 Redban, a fan of Rogan and comedian Doug Stanhope who had tried stand-up at open mic nights in Ohio, met and befriended the two through the Internet12 He then started to produce videos for Stanhope, which led to Rogan offering him trips to film at his own stand-up gigs1 Redban accepted Rogan's offer to work with him, and relocated to California in the process, following Rogan with a camera "and recording everything"1 After several years, Redban later said Rogan's fans wanted more content and delivered faster, and sought new ways to make the lengthy editing process easier and more interactive for the audience3 Coupled with his interest in popular live video streaming services of the time, Redban wanted "to do the same thing I was filming, but live", and set up live streams on Justintv from the green room at Rogan's comedy gigs32 Following several broadcasts, Rogan suggested to host a live stream with Redban from his home and talk to fans in a chat room, using the audio of the video stream as a podcast23

Rogan and Redban recorded the first episode on December 24, 2009,4 which initially took the form as live weekly broadcast on Ustream5 with the two "sitting in front of laptops bullshitting"6 Redban had no prior experience with audio engineering, so he taught himself to operate the mixing board and microphone setups3 Early episodes featured a snowflake effect that was incorporated into the video stream that they later revisited in 2015 in episode #6747 and in 2017 to commemorate episode #10008 The first guest on the podcast was comedian Ari Shaffir who appeared on the third episode broadcast on January 6, 20109 The podcast had its first sponsor in the sex toy production company Fleshlight, a partnership that began in May 2010 and lasted until mid-2012 when the company claimed it had saturated their market1011 By August 2010, the podcast was named The Joe Rogan Experience and was recorded several times a week12 In May 2011, Rogan secured a deal with SiriusXM, a subscription-based satellite radio service, to have the podcast air on its talk channel The Virus6

In 2013, Redban started to reduce his time as the podcast's sole producer He explained in the following year that Rogan had started to record multiple podcasts in a day, "and it got to the point where Rogan wanted to keep on going, six, seven hours" which caused too much work for him to handle by himself As a result, Jamie Vernon was hired as a second producer, initially as Redban's assistant, to fill in, leaving Redban to produce "about half of the episodes"13 Vernon soon became the sole producer, with Redban subsequently appearing on the podcast as a guest141516

The podcast was originally recorded at Rogan's home in California4 From November 24, 2011, some episodes were recorded at the Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena, California, also known as the Deathsquad Studios17 Since November 27, 2012, the majority of episodes have been recorded in a private studio that Rogan acquired in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles18

The 1,000th episode aired on August 18, 2017 and featured comedians Joey Diaz and Tom Segura as guests19

Guestsedit

The Joe Rogan Experience has featured hundreds of guests, including scientists such as Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Lawrence Krauss, musicians such as James Hetfield and Kid Cudi, athletes such as Lance Armstrong and Georges St-Pierre, comedians such as Bill Burr, Amy Schumer and Russell Peters, writers such as Dan Savage and Sam Harris, and filmmakers such as Guy Ritchie, Kevin Smith and Judd Apatow

Receptionedit

The podcast has become one of the most popular in the United States In August 2010, nine months after its launch, it entered list of Top 100 podcasts on iTunes12 The podcast was voted Best Comedy Podcast of 2012 by users of iTunes20 In February 2014, the podcast won a Stitcher Award for Best Overall Show at its 2013 edition of its awards21 In January 2015, the podcast was listened to by over 11 million people22 By October 2015, it had grown to acquire 16 million downloads a month232425

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b c d Wolf, Josh; Redban, Brian March 3, 2016 "Episode #28: Brian Redban, comedian and podcast pioneer, joins Josh" Fairly Normal with Josh Wolf Podcast Event occurs at 5:40–8:12 
  2. ^ a b c Santamaria, Cara; Redban, Brian November 23, 2014 "Episode 39 – Brian Redban" Talk Nerdy Podcast Event occurs at 17:00–19:12 
  3. ^ a b c d Wolf, Josh; Redban, Brian March 3, 2016 "Episode #28: Brian Redban, comedian and podcast pioneer, joins Josh" Fairly Normal with Josh Wolf Podcast Event occurs at 34:12–39:32 
  4. ^ a b Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian December 24, 2009 "Joe Rogan Experience #1 – Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  5. ^ Hepburn, Iain 7 April 2010 "WEB WATCH" Daily Record Retrieved 3 February 2016 – via Highbeam Research Subscription required help 
  6. ^ a b Carnell, Thom 24 January 2016 "Interview: Joe Rogan January 2011" Thom Carnell Retrieved 5 February 2017 
  7. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian July 27, 2015 "Joe Rogan Experience #674 – Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  8. ^ Rogan, Joe; Diaz, Joey; Segura, Tom August 18, 2017 "Joe Rogan Experience #1000 - Joey Diaz & Tom Segura" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  9. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian; Shaffir, Ari January 6, 2010 "Joe Rogan Experience #3 – Ari Shaffir, Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  10. ^ Rogan, Joe @JoeRogan May 5, 2010 "My tweeples voted unanimously to accept the sponsorship from the fleshlight despite the concerns of my management I agree, so it's on!" Tweet – via Twitter 
  11. ^ Rogan, Joe @JoeRogan July 30, 2012 "They dropped us They said they saturated our market Me might still do some stuff with them periodically in the future" Tweet – via Twitter 
  12. ^ a b "The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast Selects Wizzard Media's LibsynPro" Entertainment Close-up 10 August 2010 Retrieved 3 February 2016 – via Highbeam Research Subscription required help 
  13. ^ Santamaria, Cara; Redban, Brian November 23, 2014 "Episode 39 – Brian Redban" Talk Nerdy Podcast Event occurs at 20:06–20:50 
  14. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian July 28, 2015 "Joe Rogan Experience #674 – Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  15. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian August 17, 2015 "Joe Rogan Experience #684 – Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  16. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian August 26, 2015 "Joe Rogan Experience #688 – Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  17. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian; Bravo, Eddie November 24, 2011 "Joe Rogan Experience #160 – Eddie Bravo, Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  18. ^ Rogan, Joe; Redban, Brian; Smith, Shane November 27, 2012 "Joe Rogan Experience #289 – Shane Smith, Brian Redban" The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast 
  19. ^ Mussa, Matthew 9 August 2017 "Joe Rogan Announces 1,000th Podcast Guests & Date" Heavy Retrieved 18 August 2017 
  20. ^ Baum, Erica September 15, 2015 "Newsmax's Top 50 Conservative Podcasts" Newsmax Retrieved April 19, 2017 
  21. ^ Rogan, Joe @JoeRogan February 27, 2014 "The Joe Rogan Experience won best overall podcast at the Stitcher Awards, and I am eternally grateful" Tweet – via Twitter 
  22. ^ "Joe Rogan Podcast" Inquisitor Retrieved November 13, 2015 
  23. ^ Hedegaard, Erik October 22, 2015 "How Joe Rogan Went From UFC Announcer to 21st-Century Timothy Leary" Rolling Stone Retrieved May 29, 2016 
  24. ^ Eadicicco, Lisa "The 10 Most Popular Podcasts of 2015" Time Retrieved April 16, 2017 
  25. ^ Ham, Robert October 28, 2016 "Joe Rogan's Powerful Life" Paste Retrieved April 16, 2017 

External linksedit

  • Official website
  • The Joe Rogan Experience on iTunes
  • The Joe Rogan Experience on YouTube

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