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Here's an idea - for all of those who are unable to watch podcast videos on their devices.
Given the JRE deal, it has become incredibly burdensome to watch the podcast since Fire Sticks, Rokus, etc don't have a Spotify app that supports it yet. The only way to seem to get this feature is to "vote" on the idea in this community. These threads for voting don't seem to get very far. They're filled with complaints and little to no responses. There's no place to see that progress is being made or when to expect such features.
Meanwhile, you may be paying for one or more premium accounts. For those who love Spotify for music, this may not be incredibly relevant to you (but if you feel the same please join), but for those who came to Spotify because of the JRE deal (and no doubt why Spotify wanted to get exclusive rights - to grow their user base) perhaps it's time we speak up with a different voice. That voice is with our wallets and with their metrics.
I propose we cancel our premium memberships on 2/14/21. A mass canceling will certainly spike on their daily KPI's (Key Performance Indicators) and we can show with a loud voice that this means something to us and our relationship with Spotify. I also propose that 2/14/21 is the last day we play the JRE Podcast so the viewing metrics also lower.
The goal of this is to get a solid response from Spotify as to when we can expect the video feature to be implemented in the apps for these common viewing devices. Once a target is given, everyone can make an educated decision as to what they want to do with their membership in the meantime. For Valentine's Day, show our love for video podcasts with some tough love for Spotify. Spread the word, it's time to break up on 2/14/21.