FILE – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the Invictus Games track and field event in The Hague, Netherlands, Sunday April 17, 2022. Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, have been asked to leave their homes. hometown in England. Frogmore Cottage, on the grounds of Windsor Castle west of London, was to be the couple’s main residence before they abandoned their royal duties and moved to Southern California. (AP Photo/Peter DeJong, File)
Allegations of ‘cheaters’ against Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue to spread, especially since Meghan put so much effort into her 12-episode podcast ‘Archetype’ to fulfill a $20 million content production deal. There are increasing reports and complaints about the extent of on Spotify.
After The Wall Street Journal suggested Meghan may not make all of her $20 million because she didn’t meet her productivity clause for two and a half years, PodnewsNet said on Meghan’s podcast Part of the broadcast interview reported that they heard part of the interview conducted by Meghan “from multiple sources.” Staff – not the Duchess of Sussex herself.
Meanwhile, Spotify’s former chief economist Will Page told the BBC on Friday that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would be in a deal with Spotify over The Weeknd’s “Blinding Rights,” the most-streamed song in the company’s history. He said he could have earned it.
Page, a veteran radio and podcast host, said on the BBC’s The World Tonight that she didn’t know how many viewers Meghan had when she launched Archetypes last August. rice field. However, he said he “calculated a bit” before appearing on the show. He told the BBC’s Sean Lee that if the Sussexes received close to the reported $20 million, they would have earned more than The Weeknd’s hit “Blinding Rights.” Told. Page didn’t explain the calculation, but based it on the fact that Meghan has only appeared in 12 episodes. “Not bad for a 12-hour shift,” Page said.
Page also explained why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s termination of their Spotify contracts reflects a larger trend in the tumultuous podcast industry. The industry is a new medium unlike film, television and music, which rely on producing blockbusters that reach large audiences and permeate the culture.
“The real podcast is a sea of niches,” Page said. “[Podcast]audiences don’t want them to be blockbuster models. “It’s not for us,” he said. We want niche content and we want intimacy in podcasts. “
On Page’s own podcast, Bubble Trouble, the economics show, he said the only real blockbuster in the podcast world was Joe Rogan’s Spotify show. Page said the “Joe Rogan Experience” attracted three million listeners for a “small show,” with freewheeling conversations featuring Elon Musk and controversial guests, and 2,000 guaranteed viral episodes. He said he could reach millions of listeners. As much as some may object to Logan’s content, Page said Logan is committed to podcasting, producing three-hour shows up to three times a week.
Nearly two years after she and Prince Harry signed a deal with Spotify, Meghan reportedly sent a full team of experts from Spotify to help get the lavishly produced podcast off the ground. It is said that ‘Archetypes’ explores how women are identified by expert commentary on female gender roles and Meghan Markle’s chatty conversations with celebrity guests such as Serena Williams, Mariah Carey and Trevor Noah. I explored social labels.
However, reports surfaced that Meghan did not interview all of the show’s guests, especially the public. According to Podnews.net, Meghan’s questions were edited after the interview to sound as if Meghan was conversing with guests.
Podnews.net didn’t give specific instances where Meghan didn’t interview guests, but reports surfaced last year that a social media post by journalist Alison Yarrow had surfaced. A journalist revealed that she was not interviewed by Meghan for the show, but by a member of Meghan’s production company, the Daily Mail reports. Yarrow, who appeared in an episode that explored the origin and harmful use of the word “b—-“, thanked the producers for their “excellent interviewers.”
In December, the outgoing audio chief at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s company Archewell claimed he created an “archetype” on TikTok. In The Hollywood Reporter’s “40 Most Influential People in Podcasting” article, executive producer Rebecca Sananes called Meghan Markle a ” I decided to make a statement in response to the article that I listed as a new megawatt creator. Sananas attributed the success of the podcast, including “Archetype,” to its producers, saying that although most of the hard work is done by them, they are “underrated, underrated, underrated.” .
As reported by the Daily Mail, on Friday “news exploded around the world” that Spotify was ending a massive podcast deal with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. When the news broke, Simmons called her and Harry “(expletive) scammers” on the podcast of the same name. Simmons also suggested that Harry had a good story to tell about being called in to help create the idea for the podcast.
The New York Post amused its cover labeling Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as “royal slackers.” Simmons’ scathing assessment of the couple criticized the company for recently laying off about 200 employees, while Montecito-based millionaires are being paid exorbitant amounts for doing little work. Confirmed the view of the house.
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