Jam Street Media Weekly Update
Weekly Update - Jan 18, 2021
The Big Swing with Strip and Coop
Last week, Strip and Coop went into the episode with heavy hearts as they dedicated it to the late MLB Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda. Having spent seven decades with the Dodgers Organization as a player (1954-55), manager (1976-1996) and special adviser, Lasorda touched the lives of many current and former players. This included Strip and Coops special guest this week, former Dodgers' pitcher Orel Hershiser.
Hershiser was a starting pitcher for the 1988 Dodgers' squad that took home the World Series, and was managed by Lasorda. That was the last time the team won the October Classic before bringing home the trophy again in 2020 to which Lasorda was in attendance.
Listen here for the full episode.
Between Us with John Roa
Fellow podcaster, Jordan Harbinger of "The Jordan Harbinger Show," joined John Roa to talk about his not-so-simple journey in the podcasting community. The two also discuss the similarities of their stories, the potential toxicity of influencers' advice, Jordan's TWO kidnapping stories and how he turned a small-time pick-up-artistry show into the podcasting icon his show is today.
Click here to listen to the full epsiode.
Let’s Get Into Entertainment
Mark and Tuddy were joined by founder of Film Mode Entertainment, Clay Epstein. It was a workshop in film distribution with the guys discussing what it takes to get your movie sold to companies like Netflix or Amazon. Plus, they get into the importance of genre, and what exactly gets you on to the big screen.
In case you missed it, the team has made a development in the WVU: Coed Murders case.
In season one episode two, it was briefly mentioned that a copper plate with mystical writings was discovered during the Mared and Karen investigation. Now more than 40 years later, the mystery behind the plate and its author has been revealed.
With the help of Dr. Korshi Dosoo of the Julius Maximilian University of Wurzburg, co-producer Sarah James Mclaughllin was able to translate the text to the name of a local woman and found references to the occult, mysticism, and the germanic myth of Faust and Mephistopheles.
Click here to learn more about these shocking revelations, and the story behind who wrote these mystical writings.