Who Swore It Better: Howard Stern Vs. Joe Rogan
Radio is back, baby! In the world of radio, there are few figures as controversial as Howard Stern. For over three decades, Stern has built a career on outrageous humor and provocative commentary. In contrast, Joe Rogan is a relatively new voice in the world of radio, but he has quickly become one of the most popular hosts in the country. On the surface, Stern and Rogan might seem like completely different personalities. However, they actually have a lot in common. Both Stern and Rogan are known for their willingness to push boundaries and tackle taboo subjects. They both also have a large and loyal following of listeners who appreciate their frankness and candid style. In many ways, Howard Stern and Joe Rogan are two sides of the same coin.
Podcasts reinvented the radio shows of yesteryear and then followed almost directly in their footsteps, taking out the one semi-interesting thing about them: live recording. With the two mediums essentially being extremely boring YoutTube videos now, who does it better? Is it the old guard, Howard Stern, who pioneered the shock-jock format? Or could it be Joe Rogan, the surprise up-and-comer with his controversial bag of tricks?
Let's find who reigns supreme - the biggest radio show in the US or the biggest podcast?