Joe Rogan launches flashy new podcast studio in Texas in latest episode of JRE


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Joe Rogan launched his new podcast studio in Texas in episode 1533 of The Joe Rogan Experience, as he begins his new life outside of Los Angeles.

There is no nickname for it yet, but it may as well be called the “Red Room”. Joe Rogan has finally completed his move from Los Angeles to Texas, and with that comes a change of scenery for his podcast.

The Joe Rogan Experience is set in a flashy new studio from episode 1533. Gone is the brick wall with the American flag ⁠—there’s a slightly more futuristic feel to Rogan’s new set.

The new studio has been in the making for a long time. Over the past few weeks, Rogan has shared plenty of photos and videos on Instagram browsing through the simpler setup. Finally, on September 3, it was “complete and ready to roll”.

It’s a much simpler setup. There are not so many wires and ornaments scattered on the desktop. He replaced his Buddha statue with that of Ganesha, the god of new beginnings and removing obstacles in the Hindu faith. Rather adapted to its new configuration.

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He invited an old friend to debut at the new studio with ⁠—Adam Curry. Last appearing on JRE in March 2020, Curry mentioned that “the only thing better than being on the Joe Rogan show is being a guest on the Joe Rogan show again. “.

The two didn’t talk about the new setup, but given that Rogan put a lot of time, effort, and money into it, you’d hope he’d be pretty happy with it.

The set, however, has divided Rogan fans. While some have praised the new Texas setup, others are already pleading with Rogan to bring the old set back.

“Seriously hate the studio, ruin the whole vibe,” one commenter said.

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“At this point I’d rather have a green screen from the old studio,” said another.

While Rogan said he wanted to “go wild with this one,” he might need to at least dim the red lights. This seems to be everyone’s big problem, but if he fixes this, the community might come back on his side.


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