If you’ve watched Fear Factor during its early days, you’re likely familiar with its well known host, Joe Rogan. He has been an early pioneer in digital media and with that, he has over four million subscribers on his YouTube channel, the Joe Rogan Experience. He also puts out a lot of content on his podcast which continues to sit atop the Top 10 charts of all podcast platforms. In this episode, I’m talking about four important things innovative leaders can learn from his digital strategy.
I first experienced Virtual Reality almost 5 years ago! I immediately thought it was going to be HUGE and expected it to catch on fast! That hasn’t been the case as the technology has been expensive for consumers and content creators. I also saw Facebook prioritizing Virtual Reality by acquiring the most popular VR headset creator: Oculus.
Facebook/Oculus recently released the Oculus Go standalone Virtual Reality device and it is making headlines after its launch during Facebook’s F8 Conference in May. From its packaging, headset, controller, audio and video quality, interactivity, and more this exceptional $200-dollar device is briging VR to the masses! In this episode, I’m sharing my thoughts about the Oculus Go a month after getting my hands on it.
Gone are the days when YouTube was just a bunch of ridiculous cat videos. It’s also not just a stepping stone for creators. Even celebrities like Will Smith and Kevin Hart have now jumped onto the platform and are sharing content with their fans and growing a new audience for their content. In this episode, I’m going to share with you some reasons why these celebrities might be on YouTube and why it’s a good time for you to do the same!