Ford CEO Jim Farley is hosting a seven-episode podcast called "Drive" on Spotify that will feature him interviewing celebrity car enthusiasts.
Joe Rogan claimed he gained subscribers during his most recent online controversies. Rogan received criticism for using the n-word and his COVID-19 stances.
Spotify Technology SA is suspending its service in Russia, the company said, refusing to comply with recent laws that require the audio streaming giant to censor content in the country.
A spokesperson for the production company, Archewell Audio, told FOX Business on Thursday that in an effort to mitigate the spread of misinformation, they are committed to working with the content streamer to continue the conversation surrounding transparency regarding Spotify’s policies and practices.
Spotify, the largest subscription-based streaming service, crashed for several hours on Tuesday. According to Variety, Spotify has over 406 million total monthly active users.
Joe Rogan is the #1 podcaster for Spotify thanks to his show "The Joe Rogan Experience."
Joe Rogan, the popular podcast host at the center of the Spotify controversy, has reportedly turned down a $100 million offer to leave the streamer for Canada-based video platform Rumble.
Spotify's Chief Content Officer Dawn Ostroff says the recent controversy surrounding popular podcast host Joe Rogan has been a "real learning experience" for the company.
Cosby, R. Kelly, Gary Glitter and others remain on Spotify without complaint
Rumble has offered Joe Rogan a $100 million deal to join the Canada-based video platform in an attempt to woo the popular podcast host away from Spotify.
Joe Rogan is addressing the “most regretful and shameful thing” he says he's ever had to talk about.
Jon Stewart believes the musicians boycotting Spotify are overreacting.
Spotify reported that its user base grew in 2021 as it faces public backlash from critics over alleged COVID-19 misinformation on the platform.
David Crosby and Stephen Stills have joined their Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young bandmates Graham Nash and Neil Young in pulling their music from Spotify in opposition to Joe Rogan's podcast featuring coronavirus-related content.
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek on Wednesday addressed the controversy surrounding podcast titan Joe Rogan after he was accused of spreading 'misinformation' about COVID-19
A look at how much money musicians like Drake, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and more make by streaming music on Spotify.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki spoke Tuesday about the ongoing controversy surrounding the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and media company Spotify, saying that the White House wants "more" done by Big Tech companies to suppress "misinformation" on their platforms.
Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Nils Lofgren have all removed their music from Spotify in opposition to the coronavirus-related content published via Joe Rogan's podcast exclusive to the platform.
Spotify Technology SA will add a "content advisory" to any podcast episode that includes discussion about COVID-19, Chief Executive Officer Daniel Ek said, after coming under fire from rock and folk legends for giving voice to misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Bruce Springsteen's guitarist and Neil Young’s bandmate, Nils Lofgren, is the latest musician to pull their music from Spotify in protest of what they say is COVID-19 misinformation on the platform.