In this episode Joe and Robert run through the Super Bowl ad winners and losers. There may be some surprises. Spotify buys more and more podcast companies as it makes a business model shift. And Binance, of all companies, takes a $200 million dollar...
In this episode Joe and Robert run through the Super Bowl ad winners and losers. There may be some surprises.
Spotify buys more and more podcast companies as it makes a business model shift. And Binance, of all companies, takes a $200 million dollar stake in Forbes.
Rants and raves include Andrew Davis' video prowess and a Web3 comparison to John D. Rockefeller.
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00:33 Super Bowl Halftime Show Recap
10:55 Rams and Bengals Played a Good Game
14:11 Show Rundown by Robert
15:49 Super Bowl Ads Hits and Misses
33:36 Spotify Buys More Podcast Companies
44:45 Binance invests into Forbes
51:36 Rants and Raves: Robert Admires Andrew Davis Content
56:08 Web3 and John D. Rockefeller Comparison
1:00:26 Weekend Plans; Robert Will Speak at CEX!
Joe: “As soon as I saw that coin base QR code that was so different from everything else I’d seen, I told my wife ‘that’s the best ad of the Super Bowl.’” (17:10)
Robert: “Of course, they knew! This was all part of the narrative to be able to release a headline the next day that says, ‘So popular, it crashed the system.’” (19:01)
Robert: “Overall, I thought it was a pretty weak effort, other than a couple. Of the ones I really like was the Larry David Ad. I thought they did a really good job capturing the culture right now with NFTs and web 3.0 and of course it’s classic Larry David.” (21:35)
Robert: “When we look back 5, 6, 7 years from now we’re not going to point to 2022 the same say we point to 2000 or 2001. I don’t think it’s the same level of hype.”(27:49)
Joe: “My hot take on this one is that the music streaming business that they’re mostly known [Spotify] for is a lost leader for their podcast business.” (35:46)
Robert: “As soon as they [Spotify] own the centralized distribution, well now they start calling the shots.”(41:06)