The Dan Bongino Show’s Rumble channel has reached more than two million subscribers. The number is more than twice the number of subscribers the show has on YouTube as some big names are starting to pull viewers from YouTube to Rumble.
Bongino is the host of a nationally syndicated radio show and also has a show on Fox News.
“The explosive growth in followers on Rumble has no parallel,” Bongino said in a statement. “We haven’t seen anything like it on other content platforms. The subs, the views and the hours-watched on Rumble speak for themselves. Rumble IS the future.”
On January 4, 2022 Rumble recorded a record high number of bandwidth consumed by users in one day, making the company’s new high for video consumption.
“The rapid growth of Bongino’s channel reflects broad public interest in the content he is producing,” said Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski. “His channel has grown much faster on Rumble than on YouTube as consumers flock to Rumble because they know we won’t selectively censor creators.”
Rumble describes itself as a “high-growth neutral video platform that is creating the rails and independent infrastructure designed to be immune to cancel culture.”
The platform started becoming popular when high-profile individuals started using the platform to escape censorship on YouTube.